http://www.macandchilichallenge.com/

The Mac & Chili Challenge is a fundraiser where you’re a judge.  When you arrive you’ll be given a spoon, ballot and pencil.  Then you enjoy unlimited sampling of over 20 different mac’s and chili’s rating them on a scale from 7 to 10.5.  The entrees with the highest average rating in our four cateogories (Classic Beef, Creative Chili, Classic Mac and Creative Mac) will be named a champion.

Enjoy unlimited sampling of  20 different chili’s and mac ‘n cheese entries from great local restaurants.  Your vote will determines the best in four categories:  Beef Chili, Creative Chili and Classic Mac ‘n Cheese and Creative Mac!.  Tickets are just $15 adults, $5 kids (6-12) can be bought online or at the door (cash or credit).   Circle the date on your calendar!

The Great Mac & Chili Challenge benefits the Turtle Shell Fund.

Sunday Nov. 5, 2017

HOURS:

11:00 AM to 3:00 PM

LOCATION:

Sherwood Island State Park
Sherwood Island Connector
Westport, CT 06854

11am to 3pm at Sherwood Island State Park. Rain or Shine.

See more info HERE.


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Tickets are $35 each. Please complete form and mail it with your check payable to: Friends of Sherwood Island State Park, PO Box 544, Westport, CT 06881

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