Smoking’ Red Hot Fun Awaits You!
The Third Annual Chili Cook- Off sponsored by the Wimberley Community Civic Club as part of Spring Event will be held on Saturday, March 22, at the Wimberley Lions Market Day Pavilion. Chili cook-off teams will begin reporting to the Pavilion starting at 7:00 a.m., and spectator tasting will begin at 11:00 a.m. The event will end at 3:30 p.m. Admission for spectators is $5.
Last year’s cook off was a great success with individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations competing for awards in three categories of chili: red, white, and green. This year, the event will follow the same rules.
Local celebrity judges will sample and select the best chili in each category. In addition, chili cook-off patrons will sample and select one chili for the People’s Choice Award. Trophies will be awarded to all winners and a special prize will be given to the best booth, based on theme, visual display, hospitality, and showmanship.
In addition to being able to sample some of the best chili in the Wimberley Valley and beyond, those attending the event will enjoy the live music of local bands and vocal performers throughout the day. The Wimberley Civic Club wants the event to be fun for the whole family, and this year it has added a special children’s area and has invited local vendors to showcase their products. Home-baked goods, soft drinks, and beer will also be available.
The Civic Club is inviting local businesses, non-profit organizations, individuals, and social groups to participate in the cook-off. We know there are many talented cooks in this area, and that chili is a favorite, and would like to have as many of those as contestants. Booths are still available and the fee to enter is $50 per chili. Each entrant will receive a 10% shopping card from Brookshire Brothers.
If you are not a cook but would like to support the event, you can join many local businesses and make a donation towards sponsorship of Cook-Off. Sponsors receive complimentary tickets, signage, and recognition at the event. The Civic Club wants to thank Ozona Bank, HEB, Brookshire Brothers, State Farm Insurance, Gina and Tom Fulkerson, the Blanco Bank, and DeMasters-Daniel Insurance for their generous sponsorships, as well as the Wimberley Lions Club and Deer Creek Nursing Center for their continuing support of the Cook Off.
For information contact Anna White at email@example.com or 512-971-6219 or Tonda Frady at 512-426-5225. Call soon as spaces are limited.
Wimberley Civic Club Hosts 3rd Annual Chinese New Year Celebration
The Christmas decorations are safe in the attic, the New Year confetti has been swept . . . but the party is not over! The Wimberley Community Civic Club welcomes the Year of the Horse, the first of many exciting events planned for Spring Event 2014.
On February 1, celebrate the Year of the Horse with a variety of lucky raffles, silent and live auctions, and a delicious Chinese buffet dinner in the comfort of the Wimberley Community Center at 14068 RR12, Wimberley. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. In addition to the delicious buffet, there will be a beer and wine bar including plum wine and cocktails. Top the delicious meal with a dazzling selection of home-made desserts.
Dress for this event is Wimberley Chic, but to increase your luck in the auctions and raffles, as well as the New Year, you may want to wear the Year of the Horse Lucky Colors: purple, blue, or grey. To add up luck, you may want to add wooden pendants or beads to your stylish get ups. And remember the lucky numbers for the Horse are 7, 3, and 2!
The Grand Emperor, assisted by the Gong Master will host the event and run the fun! The silent and live auctions will entertain you and give you an opportunity to bid on an outstanding collection of merchandise and services:
The Chinese New Year kicks off the Spring Event Season. There are many events planned for the season with some of your favorites returning, including the Chili Cook-Off, Bliss on the Blanco, Back Stage Pass and the always-popular game days, dinners, and learning opportunities. Get your Spring Event Book and make a reservation for your old favorite or try something new. But, don’t delay! Some of these events fill very quickly. You can get your book at the Visitors’ Center, the Village Library, or at many merchants around town. Remember that all proceeds from the Spring Event are returned to the community through donations to local organizations and scholarships to deserving high school seniors.
The Civic Club is accepting reservations for his event. Cost is $35 per person and it includes all the fun! You may place your reservations by calling Anna White at 512-847-8503 in the evenings or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click below and open the entire Spring Event Booklet for 2014