In the fall of each year, Harrisburg Parks & Recreation partners with Harrisburg Business Network (HBN) for a friendly, community-wide cornhole competition, raising funds for a different local charity each year. Money is raised by tournament registrations, donations and raffles. In 2017, $8,000 was raised for Battle Scarred Outdoors, and $500 was raised for a local school. Harrisburg Town Center comes alive with bounce houses, children's activities, vendors and rows of cornhole boards for the annual cornhole tournament. Crafts and refreshments are available for purchase from local merchants. Participants can register as individuals or teams. Individuals will be placed on a team.
Saturday, October 6, 2018
11 a.m. - 3 p.m. - Vendors Open
11 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. - Corn Hole Registration
Noon - Bags in the Burg Corn Hole Tournament Begins
Location: Lawn in front of Harrisburg Town Hall: 4100 Main St., Harrisburg NC, 28075
Food will be available for purchase.
*Dates and Time are subject to change.
We invite businesses, non-profit organization, craft vendors and other non-food vendors to participate in this event.
If you are interested in being a vendor, please check back for an application.
If you have questions about being a non-food vendor, please email Shawn Marble at firstname.lastname@example.org.
INTERESTED IN PLAYING CORNHOLE?
If you are interested in participating in the Cornhole tournament, please visit www.BagsintheBurg.com.
If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please contact Dave Knorr at Dave@TheKnorrGroup.com.
2017 profits from proceeds benefitted Battled Scarred Outdoors.
The Outdoor Experience:
Battle Scarred Outdoors' passion is giving back to heroes, fathers, sons and daughters by providing them with a unique experience in the great outdoors. They enjoy taking these men and women on all-expense-paid hunting trips with an emphasis on teaching safety measures, animal conservation and ethical harvest along the way.
Battle Scarred Outdoors Mission Statement:
To provide comfort and support for the fine men and women who have served or currently serving our great country that are dealing with PTSD and life's difficulties through outdoor activities, including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking.