Hooray! Kiwanis’ 23rd Annual Chili Cook-off Returns this year!
Courtesy of Kiwanis Club of Skidaway
Mon, 09/20/2021 - 10:48am
The Kiwanis Club of Skidaway
is proud to announce that our renowned, annual Chili Cook-off is scheduled for Saturday, November 6. This spectacular event will be held at Landings Harbor Marina from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. We had a one-year hiatus due to COVID-19. However, because this event is held outdoors and so many island residents have been vaccinated, we are excited to announce that we will have more than 20 vendors dispensing their famous chili recipes once again.
As in the past, there will be a DJ, music, hot dogs, and soda, along with many children’s activities, including a bounce house, a petting zoo, a face painter, a magician, and more. The setting is fabulous, and the chili is endless. Beer is expected to be available immediately near the event at the Landings Harbor Marina Store.
The tickets for entry and the Golf Cart Raffle are available from any Kiwanis Club member or can be obtained online (www.kiwanisofskidaway.com
). Children ages eight and under will be admitted free of charge. In addition to the $10 entry fee (price is $10 prior to the day of and $12 on the day of the event), one can purchase a chance to win a brand-new golf cart that we have purchased at cost from The Landings Golf Car Center. There will be only 300 tickets printed for a cart valued at more than $10,000. The Golf Cart Raffle tickets also can be acquired online. The winner can, of course, have the cart upgraded at The Landings Golf Car Center for negotiated fees. We will have a 50/50 type raffle as well. You do not have to be present to win any of the raffles. There will be lots to eat, lots to do, and lots of fun for all!
Participants will be able to vote on their favorite chili and help identify the best one. Judges will pick the best presentation and the hottest chili. Please mark your calendars, as you don’t want to miss this fantastic event. Come hungry and ready to have fun!
This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.
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