Your Look at Central Florida's Weekend Festivities

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Winter Park, Florida, 32792

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Announcement for Serena Winter Park

The 8th Annual Northwestern Mutual Orlando Chili Cook-off

February 18th, 2017 (Gates open at noon)

Festival Park, Orlando — Just west of Orlando Executive Airport
(corner of Livingston and Maguire)

Tasty chili samples – From Over 100 Different Chili Booths!  Unlimited samples are included in your ticket price!

  • Benefiting Alex's Lemonade Stand
  • Live music all day
  • A MASSIVE Kids Zone
  • The World Chili Eating Challenge featuring Championship eaters Joey "Jaws" Chestnut and Miki Sudo
  • Food Trucks

Get Sauced at the 6th Annual Winter Garden Blues & BBQ Festival

Back for the 6th year in a row, Winter Garden Blues and BBQ festival pairs the hottest Blues and Roots musicians with award winning local BBQ connoisseurs, for an afternoon celebration of true Southern Soul.  The festival will come alive with incredible energy when the smooth sounds of blues and the sweet smell of barbecue fill the air. The event will take place rain or shine on Saturday, February 18th from 4 to 10pm at the downtown farmer’s market pavilion at 104 S. Lakeview Avenue in Winter Garden. 

Admission is free; beer and BBQ will be available for purchase.  Proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society. Entertainment will feature Souliz Band at 4pm, TC Carr and the Bolts ft. Josh Nelms at 6pm and Damon Fowler at 8pm. Patrons are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, however no coolers or pets will be permitted.  

For more information, please visit or call the Winter Garden Recreation Office at 407.656.4155.


The harmonious collaboration between Cask & Larder Brewery and The Bach Festival Society came to be after Betsy Gwinn and Alex Tiedtke, of the Bach Festival Society, discovered a 300-year old letter Johann Sebastian Bach wrote to a friend proclaiming his love for a barrel of beer he had received as a gift. Gwinn and Tiedtke approached Foor about brewing a beer in a style similar to the one Bach wrote about to celebrate the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park’s 80th anniversary in 2015. Now approaching its 82nd Annual Winter Park Bach Festival, from Jan. 29- Feb. 28 the Winter Park ensemble is the third oldest Bach Festival Society in the United States.

The limited edition beer will be available on tap at The Ravenous Pig until it runs out and also will be sold in 32-ounce and 64-ounce to-go growlers. Additionally, Swine & Sons will have 32-ounce to-go crowlers for purchase. Cask & Larder Brewery will donate $1 from each Brandenburger Bock sold to the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park. 

To view the complete 2017 Bach Festival Society of Winter Park event schedule visit: