Bring the Family to #LASD‘s Fun in the Sun Annual Chili Cook-off this Saturday, October 17 at the Jack Bones Equestrian Center in Castaic.
From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the public is invited to take part and even JUDGE in a friendly chili-tasting competition between our Sheriff’s Stations! We welcome you to sample over 25 types of chili, painstakingly crafted by the employees at each station. Also part of the day’s events, a classic car show, live music, kids zone, displays from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, and food and retail vendors.
Come support your local station and vote for the People’s Choice Award! Good times, great food, and friendly competition.
All proceeds from this event benefit the Special Olympics.
Jack Bones Equestrian Center/Pitchess Detention Center is located at 26983 Tapia Canyon Road, Castaic CA 91384
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