It's back! Chief Fandal's Wild Game, Seafood & BBQ Cook-Off returns to Olde Towne Slidell Saturday, October 1, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The full day of family fun features an all-you-can eat tasting menu of delicious food cooked by adult and junior teams using pork, beef, fowl, seafood and wild game.
The festival includes live music by Witness, craft vendors, a kids' zone, and a live auction that includes a Cameron Jordan autographed football up for bid!
The festival takes place in Olde Towne Slidell at the corner of Cousin and Carey Streets. Advance and online admission for ages 13 and up is $20, or $25 at the gate; $5 for ages 6-12, $10 at the gate. Free for ages 5 and under. Purchase tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2022-annual-wild-game-seafood-bbq-cook-off-tickets-373357300737.
Sponsorships are available; see details at https://www.cccslidell.org/wild-game-seafood-bbq-cook-off.
Love to cook? Want to raise funds for a great cause? Get your cook team together and register at https://www.cccslidell.org/wild-game-seafood-bbq-cook-off. Teams can cook for the sheer joy of it, or compete for bragging rights. Cook team registration fee is $50 and includes six entry tickets.
Proceeds benefit the Community Christian Concern (CCC). Located in East St. Tammany Parish, the CCC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that helps individuals with immediate needs that requiring short-term solutions. Assistance can take the form of food, clothing, emergency shelter, prescription assistance, or personal hygiene items. The CCC also offers Christian counseling and manages a food pantry, a community garden, Janet's Korner Thrift Store, and the Miramon Center, the only men's transitional housing facility in St. Tammany Parish. Learn more at https://www.cccslidell.org/.