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Annual Cabin Fever Festival and Charity Chowder Cook-Off at Olde Mistick Village
February 29, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Get ready to shake off that winter chill on Saturday, February 29, 2020, Olde Mistick Village. Celebrate the Annual Cabin Fever Festival and Charity Chowder Cook-Off. Over a dozen local restaurants will serve up their signature chowder and YOU choose the winner!
Chowder tickets are $1 for each 3 oz. cup of chowder or you may purchase 12 tickets for just $10. Tickets will be on sale the day of the event within the village at various store locations. Proceeds will benefit Always Home and their work preventing family homelessness.
This year Olde Mistick Village is Going Green! Our many delicious chowders will be served with recyclable cups and napkins. Guests who bring their own spoon will receive 1 free ticket!
A team of celebrity judges will choose the winners in three categories: 1) Most Creative Chowder, 2) Heartiest Chowder, 3) Best Use of Regional Ingredients and 4) Best overall flavor. The public will vote for the winners of the coveted “People’s Choice” for Best Chowder category. All awards will be presented in the Meeting House in Olde Mistick Village at 4:30 pm.
About Always Home: Always Home is at the heart of all that they do. For the past 20 years, Always Home (formerly Mystic Area Shelter & Hospitality) has pursued one mission – Preventing Family Homelessness. Their goal is to keep families housed and to help parents create lasting stability for their children.
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