2nd Annual No Name Chili Fest and Food Drive September 1, 2014
There is no better way to spend your Labor Day than in the high alpine, sampling great home-made chili, listening to free live music, and helping a great cause in Utah! The Snowbasin Resort Culinary team, led by Executive Chef Eric Byrd and Executive Sous Chef Scott Sniggs, will make batches of their own personal chilis to have out for the guests of the event to sample, taste then vote on. The winning chili will be served at Needles Lodge for the 2014.15 season. Yes you, our guests, get to be a part of the process of selecting next season’s chili at Needle’s Lodge. So please, come up and join us in this very important culinary process that we want to share with our guests.
This all ages event begins at 12:30 pm with the final ballots to be counted at 4:30 pm and the winner to be announced. To get your chili tasting kit, it will cost you $14 per person with $2 of every purchase going directly to the Utah Food Bank. If you bring non-perishable food items to help fill our ‘Beat Hunger Gondola’ that will be set-up in the middle of the plaza, your tasting kit will be automatically reduced to $12; with the $2 of each purchase still going to the UT Food Bank.
The ‘Beat Hunger Gondola’ full of non-perishable food items and the final amount of the cash donation will be presented in downtown Salt Lake City to the UT Food Bank during their annual food drive event.
For more information about the Chili Fest: 801-620-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the Utah Food Bank and their Food Drive Event ‘Beat Hunger by a Mile Campaign’: https://www.utahfoodbank.org
You must be 21 or older with valid proof of age and identification to consume alcoholic beverages. Absolutely not outside food or beverage is allowed at Snowbasin Resort. Consuming alcoholic beverage that was not purchased on premise is a violation of UT state law. Friendly Dogs are allowed at Snowbasin Music Events, but they must be on a leash at all times, and kept in the grass areas. Dogs are not permitted on the patio dining area or inside lodges without a legal service animal designation displayed. Please clean up after your pet.