Ann Arbor, Events — April 29, 2013 at 8:24 am

Ann Arbor Dems Annual Chili & Cornbread Cook-Off THIS SUNDAY!

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This coming Sunday, the Ann Arbor Dems will host what has become one of Michigan’s premier Democratic events for bringing together Ann Arbor-area Democrats, politicians and elected officials for an afternoon of good food and conversation – their Annual Chili and Cornbread Cook-Off.

The event takes place at Hunt Park, 1035 Daniel Street (corner of Sunset) during the Water Hill Music Festival. Here are the details:

Please join us for the Annual Chili, Cornbread, & Cole Slaw Cook-Off taking place at the same time as the Water Hill Music Festival


When: Sunday, May 5, 2013 — 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: Hunt Park, Spring Street and Sunset Road in Ann Arbor
What: Chili and cornbread cook-off. Admission includes all you can eat chili, cornbread, cole slaw, delicious salad, beverages, voting privileges, 300 to 400 friends, & amazing live music.
How much?: Tickets are $10 in advance. $10 for students & seniors. $15 at the door.

Purchase your tickets online at ActBlue or consider becoming a sponsor.

For more info, to volunteer, or to enter contact Hedieh “Heddy” Briggs 734-904-4264.

To sponsor contact Chairman Mike Henry, [email protected], 313-559-5558.

Both the Water Hill Music Festival and Ann Arbor Dems Chili Cook-Off were founded in 2011. Now into the 3rd year for both events — the City of Ann Arbor enjoys a wonderful start to spring with good chili and good music for all. Please join us!

Here’s a bit more about the Water Hill Music Festival:

On the first Sunday in May around 100 residents/bands of Water Hill, Ann Arbor, Michigan perform on their porches while visitors stroll from house to house.

Water Hill Music Fest is a genuine neighborhood experience, purely about neighbors sharing homemade music with passersby. You will not find a food court or beer garden, or many ways at all to spend money. So eat a good lunch, fill a water bottle and set off to explore.

Festival yard signs will be planted in front yards all over the hill indicating sites where resident musicians will be performing on their own front porches or yards. Roaming volunteers will be handing out printed programs with maps.

Some musicians will have set chairs on their lawns, but carrying a lightweight folding chair or camp stool might be a good idea.

We hope you’ll join us!

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