Who doesn't love cornhole? It's a game played at any age and all day long. 

Cornhole is pretty popular throughout the Gallatin Valley, and people are weirdly competitive about it. There are several leagues throughout the year, but if you are a casual player and want to practice, or just want to play with friends on a regular basis, you will need some boards. However, no one wants average boards. Unique, customized boards are so much more fun. If you agree, we have some excellent news for you. 

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Hammer and Stain, a company out in Belgrade, hosts workshops of all kinds throughout the year. Hammer and Stain will host a Cornhole Board workshop on Wednesday, July 20th, at 6 PM. 

This project comes with two boards, and two people get to paint and customize the boards to their liking. That means you can make a set of cornhole boards that best represent you. The workshop is $250 and might seem high, but these are handmade boards that will last forever. That's awesome. 

Photo by Jon Tyson via Unsplash
Photo by Jon Tyson via Unsplash
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If you don't have time to make your boards, you can always buy your generic boards at Bob Ward's Sporting GoodsTarget, and Play It Again Sports. Each of these businesses has cornhole sets that you can buy, but they are universally designed and mass-produced. 

So why not round up a friend or loved one for an evening at Hammer and Stain to make a cornhole board set that no one else will have?  

For more details, check out Hammer and Stain

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