Boyne Highlands to Host Harbor Springs Area Chili Cook-Off

Boyne Highlands is hosting the annual Harbor Springs Area Chili Cook-Off on Sunday, January 26, during the resort's Homecoming Weekend.  The outdoor event takes place from noon to 3p.m. at the bottom of the Challenger ski run and is a fundraiser for Manna Food Project. 

The Chili Cook-Off features professional and amateur chefs, including American Spoon Foods, Nub's Nob, Country Club of Boyne, Crystal Mountain, Boyne Mountain, and Lite 96 to name a few, bringing forward their best chili recipes for sampling.  Guests to the event vote for 'People's Choice' and award an overall winner with the designation of 'Best Chili in the Harbor Springs Area.'   

Admission is $12 for adults with $5 from each ticket sold benefitting Manna Food Project. Kids ages 12 and under are free.  The resort is also collecting non-perishable food items, and unopened paper products, toiletries, and cleaning supplies to stock Manna's pantry.   

The Chili Cook-Off adds to an already fun-filled day on the slopes with a Demo Day, HEAD Downhill, and new Sno-Go Hot Cocoa Hustle also taking place. 

For complete event information or lodging reservations, visit boynehighlands.com or call 866.759.3530.

Media Contact: Erin Ernst, director of communications