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FREE EVENT: Ashville Kernhole League Camp for Kids


Ashville – A local Ashville man has opened up his yard to the community to find ways to have fun during the pandemic, since then it has grown into a full league of people who play together every week.

Ashville Locals Matt Hardbarger and Brad Hornak created the Kernhole league in 2020 over breakfast at the Cherry Street Diner, a local eatery. What started out fun and times with friends turned into fun with a purpose. Since then they have collected monies and food for local charities. Now the group is opening up for fun summer events for kids.

“Last year was also started a Weekly Cash Mob to support local restaurants every Wednesday. Every week we would work with a local place during Cornhole and support them. Also making a post for the Community. We worked with Dairy Diamond, Ashbrook, Kelli Joes, Thirsty Parrot, Silohs, Gants, Jackie Rays, Cherry Street Diner, and Blades”

The event brings together kids to play against kids in cornhole, but also comes with prizes, giveaways, and other free things. Kids are separated into groups of 5-11 year olds, 12-18-year-olds, and open community boards for adults. Check the flyer below.