New Germany State Park To Host Winterfest Chili Cook-Off
Grantsville, Md. (January 6, 2012) — New Germany State Park will host a Winterfest Chili Cook-off on Saturday, January 14 at New Germany State Park. The festival will feature a snowshoe race, a cross-country ski race and family-friendly craft activities.
“This event is the perfect way to celebrate the great frosty outdoors,” said Ranger Elena Bode of New Germany State Park. “There’s nothing better than a hot bowl of chili and a roaring fire after a crisp day on the trails!”
- Snowshoe 50-Yard Dash: Registration 11 a.m., Race 11:30 a.m.
- Cross-Country Ski Race: Registration 12 p.m., Race 1 p.m.
- Chili Cook-Off, Public Tasting & Judging: 2 p.m. (Pre-registration Required)
- Awards Ceremony: 3:30 p.m.
- Craft Activities: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Registration is free and will take place at the New Germany Lake House. Cross-country skis and snowshoes will be available for rent at the Lake House. Pre-registration for the Chili Cook-off is required by January 13. Electricity will be provided.
There will be a park entrance fee of $3 per person for Maryland residents and $4 per person for out-of-state residents. To register or more information, contact 301-895-5453 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|January 6, 2012||
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