Heritage Lakes Chili Cook Off

Heritage Lakes Chili Cook OffIf you're into sampling homemade chili, be sure to attend the 1st Annual Heritage lake Chili Cook Off, at the Heritage Lakes community center, this Saturday, October 13, 2007, from 2:00pm to 6:00pm.

The Chili Cook Off is no longer accepting contestants; I checked with the Heritage Lakes Master Association this afternoon, and they currently have all the chili that they can handle.

If you want to sample the chili, it'll cost you $1.00 for four tastings. The money raised will benefit the Heritage Lake Social Committee to organize more events throughout the year.

In addition to chili, there will also be soda, bottled water, Sno-Cones, and popcorn.

There's also going to be a raffle, with over 30 prizes to award, at $1.00 per ticket, or $5.00 for six tickets.

Plus lots of vendor booths to visit.

And especially for the kids, there's going to be a "bouncing room", and special guests, Spiderman, Cinderella, The Power Rangers, and Sleeping Beauty.

Heritage Lakes MapThe Heritage Lakes community center is located off of McCall Blvd and Heritage Lakes Drive, inside the Heritage Lakes community, along Menifee Rd.

List of Vendors

Ahern Hardware
All About Entertainment
Aqua Tech Irrigation & Landscaping
Arbonne
Blue Lily Photography
Boston Billies
Bouncers 2 U
Couture Kidz
Creative Memories
Fusion Sign & Design
Gem Style
Grandma's Tea Party Box
In Balance Gymnastics
It's a Grind
Itsy Bitsy Photography
Jazzercise
Juice It Up
La Bella Bags
Lia Sophia
Mary Kay
Menifee Valley Athletic Club
Mona Vie
My Gym Murrieta
Noah's Ark
Northern Lights, Uppercase Living
Oh My Mommy Clementine
Pampered Chef
Pet Pals Pet Boutique
Princess House
Southern Living at Home
Taste of Home, Homemade Gourmet
Tsunami Pools Inc.
Wall Accents by Marlene
Wine Diva Online
Yamashita Karate




2 Comments:

  1. This was a nice neighborhood/community event. I hope they hold it again. It was at the Heritage lakes club house. For a first year event it went real well. Next year should be bigger and better.

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  2. A really good start for our growing community. The chili was actually really good, great job!

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