DAYTON -- Roll the dice, spin the roulette wheel or bet on the cards to help the Touchet Valley Arts Council raise money to purchase a digital projector for the Liberty Theater.
The first major fundraiser for the item is Saturday at the Seneca Building, from 6 p.m. to midnight.
The evening features seven different games of chance, live entertainment, food and refreshments. The event is fully licensed and regulated by the Washington State Gambling Commission, according to the Theater's newsletter.
There will be barbecue, and beer, wine and soda for refreshments. There is no cover charge, and the event is open to anyone age 21 and older.
Entertainment will include highlights from past Liberty Theater shows and a "few special performers," according to the newsletter.
Proceeds will go to the digital projection fund. The theater needs to raise more than $100,000 to upgrade to a digital system.
The new system will improve the moving watching experience, as well as the options for available films.