Join us for the 2nd annual Summer Social! Co-hosted by USGBC, ASCE, AIA, YPT, TNSEA-YM, TNASLA, IIDA, and NCDC Young Urbanists.
It will be a night of fun, networking, cornhole, & more!!!
JUST ANNOUNCED: Special thanks to our Event Sponsors:
Tennessee Concrete Association, Intertek-PSI, Lose and Associates, Bridgestone, SESCO Lighting, Kompan, Guardian Glass, and Interface
Cornhole Tournament prizes include: Gift cards to REI and Butchertown Hall, Bluetooth speakers, and Yeti Tumblers
Door prizes include: a gift card to Southwest airlines, Top Golf, M Street Restaurants, and more!
Must be present to win!
Little Harpeth Brewery to donate a dollar from every beer sale to Rebuilding Together!
Where: Little Harpeth Brewing, 30 Oldham street
When: Thursday, June 1, 2017 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Cost: Entry to event is free but please RSVP so we can have a headcount for the venue!
Cornhole Tournament: Each person on the 2 person team will need to register,and pay a $5 entry fee to hold your place. **Please note - the cornhole tournament is limited to the first 24 teams!
Proceeds from this event will be donated to Rebuilding Together Nashville!
Cornhole Tournament Rules:
- Each player will register online before May 26, or until we’ve reached our maximum of 24 teams. Players will identify their partner in advance. And the teams will come ready with a creative team to identify themselves on the day of the tournament.
- Teams will consist of 2 people, facing opposite sides
- Single elimination
- Rounds consist of 2 players tossing once; bags are tossed from one side to other until all 8 are on opposite board
- Scores are tallied after each round; 3 points for bags going into the hole, 1 point for each bag remaining on board, bags must remain on boards to count
- Cancellation scoring will be used
- Bags must not hit other objects or ground before landing on board; bags will be removed and score not counted
- Game is over once one team reaches or exceeds 21 points or a time limit of 20 minutes is reached; must win by 2 or more points
- Games are self-governed and teams must agree on scores before tossing next round
- Tie-breaks consist of single rounds until a team emerges with higher score; play will continue until a winner is determined or judge decision after continuous tie-breaks.
- For any questions or clarifications during the game, judges will be on hand to make final decisions!