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Cornhole Tournament Fundraiser. Dec. 6th: 5:30pm – Wild River Pub, Grants Pass. $40/Team. Set Teams. Double Elimination. Benefiting Southern Oregon Aspire. Happy Hour 3-6pm.
Come Join Us! Weekly Totem Pole Cornhole League in Grants Pass, OR at the Old Barn Tavern on Thurs Nights at 6pm.
$5 / Person | Random Teams | Winning Team Takes All + $30 Towards Bar Tab.
KARAOKE EVERY THURS NIGHT STARTING AT 8PM.
If you are anywhere near Southern Oregon and haven’t been out to Vista 222, this Thursday, Sept. 29th is one of the best opportunities you will have. There’s no better way to say it, but it’s an amazingly beautiful and breathtaking place you most likely won’t want to leave from.
If you haven’t been to the Applegate area near Grants Pass, you are in for a real treat. After leaving the city area, the roads are a little curvy but they are very smooth and the views are breathtaking.
In this interview, Shane talks about the importance of the Nonprofit Awards Gala and how it will impact the community. All Community Leaders, Family, Friends and Volunteers are Welcome!
The 1st Annual Cars and Cornhole at the Josephine County Fair is over but the memories and friendships created will last a lifetime. The amount of community support for this event was outstanding. Congratulations to all the winners and a special thank you to everyone who participated in this inaugural event at the Josephine County Fairgrounds in Grants Pass, OR.
It’s Time for Some Cornhole in Southern Oregon! IF YOU ARE, OR WILL BE, PARTICIPATING, PLEASE READ! VERY IMPORTANT INFO.
There aren’t many places one gets to visit that are special before even arriving, but Vista 222 is one of those places. Arriving from the back highway roads of Grants Pass, you can see the private venue sitting on top of the hill from at least a half mile away. The drive up is almost as beautiful as the view from the balcony, but not quite.
We are excited to start the very first Totem Pole Cornhole League in Southern Oregon. It was a challenge to find the right location so that leagues could keep going year-round, but we are very pleased to say that the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Rogue Valley is the best possible place. Even though we are renting the facility, all the revenue they receive as a result of the Cornhole Leagues is helping their program so it’s a win-win situation for everyone.