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Cocktail connoisseurs will remember Spencer Jansen, currently membership manager at the Arkansas Arts Center, as a star bartender (and multiple Arkansas Times Toast of the Town winner) at the Capital Bar and Grill a few years back. It was there, some five years ago, that he created Festy Bingo to celebrate the culture of Riverfest. He and co-workers came up with the ideas, and Jansen drew dozens of squares that eventually ended up on 36 unique boards, which he passed out at the Capital Bar and, later, to other bars in the River Market. We remembered it fondly and asked Jansen to share a square. We're betting it'll still play today.

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