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1st Annual Rutland Glass Cornhole Tournament presented by the Kinsmen Club of Kelowna

Kelowna's first ever Corn-Hole Tournament to raise funds and awareness for Cystic Fibrosis takes place at Kinsmen Beach in Kelowna (Wardlaw Ave. & Abbott St.)

A FUNtastic day of friendly competition on the shady lakeshore of Okanagan Lake.  Dress up in costumes (prizes) and bring along your cheering team. Hurry - only 120 spots available....

See website for details about registering your team

Please try to carpool, due to limited parking in area. Parking lots can be found 1 block away near Pandosy and Osprey and at Osprey Park.

Cornhole is a game of bean bag toss, very popular in the United States, where corn is generally used inside the toss bags (instead of beans). Players compete similar to horseshoes, only you are attempting to land the bean bags either on the board or through the hole in the board for points.

Your participation in this event to raise much-needed funds and awareness for Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Kin Canada has been a partner in the fight to find a cure for CF since 1964 and in that time has raised over $47 million, discovered the gene that causes CF, and helped add over 40+ years to the average survival age for people with Cystic Fibrosis. Kin Canada won’t stop until a cure is found. We thank you for your contributions towards this goal.