What time should I get there?
Check in runs from 1-2pm
The tournament will begin at approximately 2:30pm.
Where do I park?
Parking for the event is available at the Senior Center across the street from the Club.
Will there be food & drinks?
Yes. There will be a cash bar serving soft drinks, beer*, and wine*.
Is this event kid friendly?
Yes. We welcome families and children of all ages at this event. Keep in mind, alcohol will be served and kid-friendly activities are not provided. All children must be accompanied by an adult and may not be left alone or unattended at any time.
What are the cornhole court sizes?
Cornhole Court Size: Boards are positioned 27’ from the front edge to front edge of the board.
Do I need to bring anything to participate in the tournament?
No. Equipment for Cornhole is standardized and will be provided.
Please note – this is a CHARITY TOURNAMENT – there are no referees and those running the tournament are volunteers. Our equipment is either handmade and/or of standard quality. We use the ACO Guidelines for Cornhole. We rely on all participants to be honest in their own scorekeeping and to understand that mistakes can happen at all levels of scorekeeping, bracketing and judging. We appreciate your constructive feedback and welcome your spirited yet good-natured competition.
*Adult beverages may be consumed in the tournament area ONLY. All participants (and their guests) who intend to consume will be carded and given a wristband identifying you as a part of the event. If you do not have your ID will not be issued a wristband. It is of utmost importance that this privilege is respected and established guidelines are adhered to. NO glass containers/bottles.
About Boys & Girls Club
Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside (BGCO) is a youth development organization that is dedicated to providing a safe, fun and enriching environment for youth to spend time during non-school hours. Statistics show during the hours of 3 to 7 pm juvenile crime escalates; Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside are open every day during non-school hours, when youth need us the most. For over 67 years the Club has worked to get Oceanside kids, primarily from low-income families, off the streets and out of trouble by engaging them with academics and activities.We serve 1,400 youth daily, providing stimulating and quality Science, Technology, Research, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STREAM) activities, and thousands more need these life-changing programs and positive guidance.. In addition, we offer a unique program to adults with disabilities, called R.O.A.D.’s.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside is a local, independent organization affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs of America. The BGCO raises 100% of the funds that support our life changing programs through individual giving, events and grants. 100% of those funds stay right here in North County to serve youth in our local communities.
We continue to uphold our mission: To inspire, develop and enrich young people to reach their fullest potential as confident, responsible, caring members of society.