Cornhole at the Lesher Center
Open for Calls
Tuesday – Sunday: Noon – 5:00pm
Open for Walk Up
Please note, health screenings
and face coverings are required
to enter the Ticket Office.
Thursday – Sunday: Noon – 5:00pm
Monday – Wednesday: Closed
1601 Civic Drive
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
*In addition to the hours noted, the Ticket Office is also open one hour prior and thirty minutes after curtain for ticketed performances, including performances on Mondays.
Select Saturdays Spring 2021
Join us on the Rudney Plaza for some springtime family fun! Reserve your court today, and support the reopening efforts and financial health of the Lesher Center for the Arts!
It's been called many things: Corn Toss, Bean Bag, Bean Toss, Soft Horseshoes, Indiana Horseshoes, but to many, the game is passionately referred to as Cornhole.
Cornhole is similar to horseshoes except you use wooden boxes called cornhole platforms and corn bags instead of horseshoes and metal stakes. Two (2) teams, of up to two (2) players on each team, take turns pitching their corn bags at the cornhole platform until one player reaches the score of twenty-one (21) points. A corn bag in the hole scores three (3) points, while one on the platform scores one (1) point. Scoring can be swift and the lead may change hands several times in a match before the winner is decided.
Play Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
We strictly follow State and County health mandates, so each court reservation is intended for up to two (2) households only, with a maximum of twelve (12) guests per court. Also, face coverings and social distancing from other courts, guests, and staff (when possible) is required for a all guests over the age of two (2).
Each court will be cleaned and reset by trained Lesher Center staff between each reservation, and corn bags will be sanitized overnight, which means each corn bag will be used only once per day.
We encourage picnicing, snacking, and using food delivery services at each court. However, alcohol is not allowed at this event.
We encourage and welcome all service animals. However, non-service animals should stay home.
This is a fun, casual experience for you and your family to enjoy, or for those that like a serious challange:
click here for the American Cornhole Association's Official Rules.