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Corn-O-Kubbia Tournament in Stoughton, Wisconsin

July 18, 2015

Corn-O-Kubbia is the world’s first tournament that includes both Cornhole and Kubb! Stoughton hosts this annual event that is fun for the whole family. Returning for the 2nd year, Corn-O-Kubbia plays on Stoughton’s love of the game Cornhole (also called bags). Kubb is a backyard tossing game with Scandinavian origins that is growing in popularity in the Midwest. Participants will either play in the Cornhole tournament or the Kubb tournament. Over 100 participants are expected (and even more spectators) for this fun event. It’s a day of competition with both prizes and bragging rights awarded!

Team registration forms and more information can be found on the Stoughton Chamber of Commerce website: www.stoughtonwi.com


July 18, 2015


Virgin Lake Park
Corner of Roby Road and Kings Lynn Road
Stoughton, WI 53589
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