If you're planning to attend Canada Day festivities in Strathmore, get ready for some cornhole.

The Strathmore Huskers Cornhole Club will be hosting a special event during the festivities with prizes for top winners.

Lance Smith, the president of the club explains what the tournament will look like.

"It should be a pretty fun event. I think we're going to do what we call a blind draw and people can come and register. And then you'll just get partnered together randomly with somebody else in the tournament and that'll be your partner for the day."

The club has been playing in Strathmore for just over a year and a half and will be enjoying themselves this weekend.

"You're probably going to be guaranteed at least three games, potentially as many as five or six and it's completely free. There's going to be medals going out to the top two teams," added Smith.

Smith says the rules of cornhole are fairly straightforward as there are teams of two that throw a set of four bags back and forth against another team while alternating shots.

"Bags in the hole on the boards are worth three points and on the board is one point. You cancel out with the other team and score the difference," says Smith.

According to Smith, he's excited to get new people in the community out to try cornhole.

"We average between 20 and 35 a week each week right now. We probably have 60 players at least that make it sometimes."

The tournament will be held in Kinsmen Park starting at 10 a.m on July 1.