There's nothing better than spring day with craft beers, food trucks, friends and throwing some bags. Grab a teammate and get set to help out kids while having fun.

This cornhole tournament in Severance is going to a lot of fun and benefit the Kawasaki Kids Foundation. Every year, 6,000 kids are diagnosed with Kawasaki Disease, the #1 acquired heart disease in young children.

I think most people like to play cornhole, it's a game for all ages and is easy to set up an get going. When you add in a festival-like setting, it really gets me revved up to sign up and be a part of it. Plus, the top two teams will be automatically entered into a bigger cornhole tournament over Labor Day Weekend.

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I think one of the best parts about cornhole tournaments is coming up with your team's name. "The Bag Boyz," "Baggy McBaggy Bag," "Square Bags, Round Hole, You Do the Math," stuff like that. It's always fun to hear what people have come up with.

In Fort Collins has seen many years of the Awesome Toss 'Em Tournament that benefits Turning Point, but that hasn't happened for a couple of years, due to the pandemic. This tournament is just as fun.

The Kawasaki Kids Cornhole Tournament

  • Saturday, June 4, 2022
  • Severance Community Park
  • Food Trucks
  • Craft Beer
  • $60 per 2-person team

Prizing

  • 1st Place: $600 and two entries into the Bags, Bites & Brews Cornhole Tournament.
  • 2nd Place: $400 and wo entries into the Bags, Bites & Brews Cornhole Tournament.
  • 3rd Place: $200 and a $25 gift card for each player.
  • 4th Place: $100 and a $25 gift card for each player.
  • 5th Place: $25 gift card for each player.

What is the 'Bags, Bites and Brews Cornhole Tournament?"

Also put on by the Kawasaki Kids Foundation, the 4th annual event takes place over Labor Day Weekend in Windsor, with over $10,000 in cash prizes.

Who's game?

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