SCVNews.com | The annual charity SCV Chili-Cookoff is looking for chefs

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The 10th annual SCV Charity Chili-Cookoff will take place on Friday, October 28, at 5:30 pm at MB2 Entertainment (formerly Mountasia) in Santa Clarita. Registration is now open for Chilean chefs.

The event is a fundraiser that is annually selected for the benefit of various non-profit or non-profit organizations. Former recipients included SCV Food Panty, pet rescue charities, veteran groups and other worthy cause. A charity selection for 2022 will be announced soon.

Tickets for the event cost $ 40 for general admission and $ 75 for VIP.

Chili Cook-off founder Nicole Stinson and co-chair Steve Porter work year-round to work hard to make the event a success and benefit nonprofits.

The “celebrity” jury will present prizes to culinary chili for the best chili pepper. Culinary participants are allowed to vote for their favorite chili pepper, the chili pepper that gets the most votes will win first, second or third prize in the People’s Choice Award category.

This year’s event will take place at MB2 Entertainment, 21515 Golden Triangle Road, Santa Clarita, 91350. Guests can enjoy bowling, games with VR headsets, arcades, laser tag, ax throwing, golf simulator, mini golf and go-karting.

Beer and wine will be served along with a signature drink.

Quiet and lively auctions will be held in the Chili Cook-off app on your phone while you relish, dance and party.

The event will feature live music, dancing and a DJ.

VIPs will have access to the VIP lounge, early entry at 5pm, a ticket for one drink and VIP snacks, as well as several other VIP benefits.

Registration is open for Chilean chefs. Visit SCV Charity Chili-Cookoff Chili Cookers to register.

For more information visit the 10th SCV Charity Chili-Cookoff.

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