Festivals

  • Taste of Douglasville
  • Chili Cook Off

Taste of Douglasville

MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Saturday, May 20th
11 A.M.. – 5 P.M.
Downtown Douglasville

Chili Cook Off

The Cultural Arts Council, in partnership with the City of Douglasville, is ready to celebrate Spring with the community’s most popular event of the year - the annual Taste of Douglasville!

What is TASTE OF DOUGLASVILLE?

  • A restaurant/ business showcase

  • Exciting performances on two stages

  • Community booths for products and services

  • A children’s entertainment area of art, exploration, and merriment.

Each year, participants not only enjoy Taste of Douglasville, but they also help the Cultural Arts Council support school programs reaching local students, providing affordable spring and summer arts camps in county and city parks, free Family ArtVenture curricula-based school performances followed by the same artists performing spring and fall concerts for the whole family, critically acclaimed gallery exhibits at the historic Roberts-Mozley House, and many more special events like the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Thank you all in advance for your support!

Chili Cook Off

SOLD OUT EVENT
Due to the high popularity of this event, we have completely sold out of our available space. If you are interested in participating in Taste of Douglasville, we are accepting registration forms to create a Waiting List. If for any reason another vendor is no longer able to participate, we will draw from this waiting list to fill their place. Please contact our Office manager, Emily Lightner, to get a registration form and be added to our waiting list: CultureOM@earthlink.net or 770-494-2787.

Chili Cook Off

SAVE THE DATE:
Saturday, October 21, 2017


The 2016 fun-filled Chili Cook Off fundraising event was held in conjunction with the Rogue Runners Moonlight Run and the Georgia Gravity Games. All proceeds will benefit the CAC and its programs throughout the year.

Tim Pounds Booth
Best Chili – Tim Pounds

Petite_Sweetz_and_Tamara_Manny
Spiciest Chili - Petite Sweetz

Mark Adams CCO Booth
Best Decorated Booth – Mark Adams

Duke Dunkin - Magician
Best costume infant – age 5 category was 10 year old
Duke Dunkin as a “Magician”

Henry Pope - Pink Sheep
Best costume 1st grade – 5th grade category was 10 year old Henry Pope
 as a “Pink Sheep”

Drako Owens as Agent Drako
Best costume 6th grade – 12th grade category was 12 year old
Drako Owens as “Agent Drako from Halo”

Robert Strenad - Poppy_Pig
Best costume— adults category was Robert Strenad as “Poppy Pig”

Barnhill - Most Sold
Most Sold Chili - Michael Barnhill
 

Sponsored by John Bleakley Ford, Georgia Power,
and DC Rogue Runners

Congratulations to the 2016 winners:

Petite Sweetz - Spiciest Chili
Tim Pounds - Best Chili
Mark Adams - Best Decorated Booth
Michael Barnhill - Most Sold

Costume Contest Winners:
Best costume infant – Duke Dunkin as a “Magician”
Best costume 1st grade – 5th grade - Henry Pope as a “Pink Sheep”
Best costume 6th grade – 12th grade - Drako Owens as “Agent Drako from Halo”
Best costume— adults category was Robert Strenad as “Poppy Pig”