Heritage Day Parade Festival & Chili Cook Off
2021 Chili Cook Off Cancelled
Due to concerns about Covid-19, social distancing and CDC recommendations, The Parrish Foundation has cancelled the 2021 Parrish Chili Cook Off.
The Board of the Foundation felt it was in the best interest of the teams, vendors, entertainment personnel, volunteers and attendees to wait until 2022 to have the 10th anniversary event of the Parrish Chili Cook Off. At that time, hopefully, the Covid-19 virus will be under control and everyone will feel safe attending and participating in the event.
The Parrish Foundation Chili Cook Off committee is already working on the 10th anniversary event. We promise that it will be bigger and better than ever with some new activities and opportunities.
Soon we will have the 2022 information up on this website and you will able to enter early and plan for your chili team, attendance and participation in the event. When we set a date for the event, we will let you know on this website and via Facebook and other media.
We want you to be a part of the 2022 event. If you would like to volunteer to help or have any questions, please contact Ben Jordan at ben.jordan@verizon,net. We look forward to seeing you in 2022!
$3 Train rides by the
Florida Railroad Museum
About the Event
Come and join your friends at the annual Parrish Heritage Day Parade, immediately followed by the Parrish Chili Cook Off. The event will take place on the grounds of the Florida Railroad Museum, in Parrish. Bring your biggest pot, bring your Grandma's chili recipe, and Bring It ON! Or bring your chair and all of your friends and come listen to the music, enjoy some local food and browse the many vendors.
The 2020 Chili Judges were:
Bill Logan (ABC 7), John Horne (AMOB), John Breiner (Wolves Head Pizza & Wings), Frank LoGrande (Ferraro's), Maverick Johnson (WCTQ), Bob Slicker (Swordfish Grill), Mark Singer (Judge)
This event is brought to you by The Parrish Foundation, Inc.
To Be Determined