During the Summer months everyone is looking for a fun outdoor party or BBQ game. My friend AJ recently built lawn Ker-Plunk and brought it to a party my wife and I attended.
AJ informed me that his game was based on plans he found at this thisoldhouse.com. This game is great because you can play along a rigid format where people take turns or you can play a loose format where people take a stick as the mingle and walk by the game.
2 tips we developed while we were playing: 1. Play in 2 or 3 tiers moving top to bottom. People take a stick and then place it lower in the cylinder, this means you do not have to replace as many sticks at the end of the game. 2. Play on a tarp or blanket that way you can pick all the balls up at once and place them in the cylinder.