Presented by: House of TARG, PBR
Cover: PWYC Donation / ALL AGES
$1 Off Perogies from our Classic Menu
The annual Ottawa Pinball & Gameroom Show, in it's silent glory (150+ GAMES), had to be torn down having never opened it's doors to the public due to power outages caused by the Tornadoes.
This fundraising event aims to reimburse those who put down some serious dollars to make the show happen. We are also hoping to raise money for relief efforts for those who lost their homes.
- ARCADE GAMES ON FREEPLAY
- O-TOWN THROWDOWN PINBALL TOURNAMENT
- KILLER PRIZES
- INTERACTIVE AMUSEMENT GAMES MUSEUM
- $1 OFF PEROGIES
- PWYC / ALL AGES WELCOME
ABOUT THE EVENT
Join us for a special evening of pinball and classic arcade action in support of our good friends at OTTAWA PINBALL!! Compete in the O-Town Throwdown: (Take 2!!) Capital Pinball Championship Tournament to win sweet prizes, take a tour of a mini interactive amusements museum with table games and antique coin-operated machines and bid on items at our silent auction table - all of our classic arcade cabinets will be set to FREEPLAY mode for the night - bring the kids and let em’ play!! This is a PAY WHAT YOU CAN event - we will be taking donations at the door/bar all night long!! Check out more info (below) on how to help with the OPGS GoFundMe initiative.
“In September 2018, The City of Ottawa was hit by multiple tornadoes causing massive black outs across the city. Over 100,000+ people were without power for many days. Many people lost their homes. That very weekend THE 2018 OTTAWA PINBALL & GAMEROOM SHOW was set up and ready to happen, but unfortunately power never returned. OPGS 2018, in it's silent glory, had to be torn down having never opened it's doors to the public.”
"All of the funds will be used to reimburse those who put down some serious dollars to make the show happen. These people know how much they put in, and can make that public if they so choose, but I'll respect their privacy and leave that to them. If by any miraculous chance the funds collected exceed the amount I'm indebted to those individuals, the remainder will be donated to a relief fund to those who lost their homes. I lost a years work, they lost a lifetime of heirlooms and sentimental items. I would never feel comfortable accepting charitable donations when others were affected in far more devastating ways. " ~ Josh (Ottawa Pinball)
SOME PICS OF WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN THE 2018 OTTAWA PINBALL & GAMEROOM SHOW
INFO ABOUT THE PINBALL TOURNAMENT