Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest

 

2021 GREATER TAYLORVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CHILLIFEST DATES:  October 2 and 3, 2021!!!

Posted October 3, 2021 7:17pm

Officials with the Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce tell Regional Radio News that Sunday went well, and overall the 2-day event was successful.

 

Chamber president Sarah Van Huss told Miller Media Group listeners during our live coverage mid afternoon on Sunday that the cold quarts of chilli sold out.

 

 

Chamber Executive Director Linda Allen told Miller Media Group listeners in our live coverage Sunday that despite the weather, crowds had fun.

 

 

All 6 Miller Media Group radio stations provided live coverage of the event both days.

 

Posted October 3, 2021 6:59pm

 

GREATER TAYLORVILLE CHAMBER CHILLIFEST

ANNOUNCES WINNERS IN LITTLE CHILLI BEAN CONTEST

 

Winners were announced late Sunday afternoon in the “Little Chilli Bean” Contest at the 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest.

 

The contest was a “People’s Choice” award, with votes being $1 per jar of each contestant, with entrants up to 3 years of age.  Each contestant had their own jar with a picture of them, on display for people to contribute to during Chillifest.  Net proceeds went to Chillifest.

 

First place winner was Maylee Jack, who won a one-hundred dollar cash prize. 

 

Second place winner was Aryah Austin, who won a 50-dollar cash prize.

 

Posted October 3, 2021 6:40pm

 

GREATER TAYLORVILLE CHAMBER CHILLIFEST

ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF 2ND DAY OF INTERNATIONAL CHILLI SOCIETY

JUDGING

 

Winners were announced late Sunday afternoon in day number  2 of International Chilli Society judging, at the 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest.

 

The Sunday cook-off was the Central States Chillifest competition.

 

In red chilli judging, first place was won Lloyd Weir of Bloomington, Illinois, who won 300-dollars and qualifies to cook in the World Championship.  Second place went to Jeff Netser of Indiana, who won 100-dollars, while third went to Preston Shaw of Tennessee who won 90-dollars.

 

In homestyle chilli judging, first place went to Julie Netser of Indiana, who won 200-dollars and qualifies to cook in the World Championship.  Second place went to first time I-C-S cook Lorre Reents of Springfield, Illinois, who won 100-dollars, and third place went to Jess Curtin of Stonington, Illinois, who won 90-dollars.

 

In verde judging Sunday at the Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest, first place went to Henry Stephens of Texas, who won 175-dollars and qualifies to cook in the World Championship.  Second place went to Julie Netser of Indiana, who won 75-dollars, and third went to Tonya Jester of Indiana, who won 50-dollars.

 

And, in salsa judging, first place was won by Helen McCauley of Mississippi, who won 100-dollars and qualifies to cook in the World Championship.  Second place went to Darin Jester of Indiana, who won 75-dollars, and third place went to Chrissy Atwood of Indiana, who won 25-dollars.  

 

Chilli cooks from 8 states participated in the 2 days of International Chilli Society cookoffs at the Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest.

 

 

Posted October 3, 2021 10:53am

 

Sunday, October 3rd, 2021 SCHEDULE:


SOUTH STAGE ACTIVITIES sponsored by
Premier Sponsor Sparklight


9:30 AM Central States Regional Cook Off Begins Northwest Side of Square
10:00 AM - Noon Idle Oath Performs South Stage
10:00 AM Chilli Available at the Chilli Drive-thru Southeast Corner of the Square
Pumpkin Painting Begins KidZone East Side of Square
TikTok Corner Opens KidZone East Side of Square
Inflatables by Keagan's Kastle Northeast Side of Square
Craft & Story Time KidZone East Side of Square
11:00 AM 8th Annual Bags Tournament REGISTRATION Northeast Corner of Square
11:45 AM 8th Annual Bags Tournament MEETING Northeast Corner of Square
12:00 Noon Bags FLY 8th Annual Bags Tournament Northeast Corner of Square
Noon - 1:00 PM Broadway Comes to Taylorville South Stage
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Taylorville Fire Department - Demonstration KidZone East Side of Square
1:30 PM TJHS Cheer South Stage (street)
2:00 PM TYC Littles Cheer South Stage (street)
2:30 PM THS Cheer South Stage (street)
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM THS Poms & Center Pointe Dance Academy South Stage (street)
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM Cody Moomey Performs South Stage
4:30ish Chilli & Salsa Awards Presentation South Stage
5:00 PM Pumpkin Painting & TikTok Corner Closes KidZone East Side of Square


NORTH STAGE ACTIVITIES


10:00 AM - 12 PM Gracia Harrison Performs North Stage
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Cactus Ranch Band Performs North Stage

 

Posted October 3, 2021 10:51am

 

Day 2 of the 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest on the square, started up at 10 this morning with entertainment on both the south main stage and the north stage.

 

 

The picture shows the duet Idle Oath performing, and they're on til noon.  South stage entertainment scheduled the rest of the day includes "Broadway Comes to Taylorville" at noon, cheerleading and pom pom teams at 1:30, and Chillifest favorite Cody Moomey at 3:30.

 

North stage entertainment started at 10 with 2012 "The Voice" runner-up Gracia Harrison performing til noon, and the Cactua Ranch Band scheduled to perform from 1 til 4pm.

 

Day 2 of the Capital City Cornhole Bags Tournament begins just off the northeast corner of the square starting at noon.  Day 1 took place at the Beer Tent of the Christian County Fairgrounds.

 

The 2nd day of the International Chilli Society sanctioned chilli cookoff, began at 9:30 this morning with chilli cooks from some 8 states participating thru-out the day.

 

Over 80 arts and crafts' vendors are open today, and lots of activities for kids are at the Kids Zone on the east side of the square.

 

That famous Chillifest chilli is being sold by the cold quart, in a drive-thru on the southeast corner of the square, and only available while the supply lasts.

 

Live coverage of day 2 can be heard on all 6 Miller Media Group radio stations starting at noon today.

 

FLASH AS OF 9:30AM SAT 10/2:  Chillifest Pageants and Capital City Cornhole Tournaments both moved to the Expo Building at the Christian County Fairgrounds, due to rain.

 

Posted October 2, 2021 6:40pm

 

GREATER TAYLORVILLE CHAMBER CHILLIFEST

ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF INTERNATIONAL CHILLI SOCIETY

JUDGING

 

Winners were announced late Saturday afternoon in day number one of 2 days in International Chilli Society judging.

 

Saturday, the Chillifest hosted the I-C-S sanctioned Chillinois Cook Off.

 

Chilli cooks from 8 states participated in the event.

 

In red chilli judging, first place was won by Trent Atwood of Indiana, who won 500-dollars and the right to cook in the World Championship.  Lloyd Weir of Bloomington, Illinois, won second place and received 200-dollars, while Dearl Thomas of Clinton, Illinois, won third place and picked up 100-dollars.

 

In homestyle chilli judging, first place went to Diana Lentz of Kentucky, who won 300-dollars and a right to cook in the World Championship.  Second place winner was Henry Stephens of Texas, who won 100-dollars, while Renda Jones of Mississippi picked up third place with a 50-dollar cash prize.

 

In verde judging Saturday at the Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest, first place went to Darin Jester of Indiana, who won 300-dollars and the right to cook in the World Championship.  Second place went to Christine Toney of Missouri, who won 100-dollars, while Rena Jones of Mississippi picked up third place with a 50-dollar cash prize.

 

And, in salsa judging, first place was won by Rodney Jones of Mississippi who won 125-dollars and a right to cook in the World Championship.  Second place went to Lloyd Weir of Bloomington, Illinois, who picked up 75-dollars, while third place went to Henry Stephens of Texas who won 40-dollars.

 

Stephens also won a 100-dollar cash prize for traveling the furthest to cook in Saturday’s Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest Chillinois Cook Off.

 

Posted October 2, 2021 6:18pm

GREATER TAYLORVILLE CHAMBER CHILLIFEST

CROWNS 2021 ROYALTY

The 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest crowned its royalty Saturday at its annual pageant, which was moved from the Taylorville square to the Expo Building at the Christian County Fairgrounds due to rain.

 

 

6-year-old Corbyn Marquis, the son of Anastasia Austin and Trevor Marquis of Taylorville, won the title of Little Mister Chilli Pepper.  First runner-up was 7-year-old Liam Swiney, the son of Whitney and Zackery Swiney of Taylorville.  Second runner-up was 4-year-old Myles Kater, the son of Kourtney and Alex Kater of Stonington.

 

 

In the Little Miss Chilli Pepper competition, this year’s Little Miss crown went to 4-year-old Rylie Durbin, daughter of Kate and Lucas Durbin of Taylorville.  First runner-up was Aleah Jostes, the 5-year-old daughter of Ryan and Jerri Jostes of Palmer.  Second runner-up was 6-year-old Kinlee Wilson of Taylorville.

 

 

In the Junior Miss pageant Saturday at the Greater Taylorville Chillifest, the crown went to 9-year-old Kinlee Durbin, the daughter of Kim and Billy Durbin of Taylorville.  First runner-up was Madilynn Pinnell, the 10-year-old daughter of Cassandra and Bryce Pinnell of Morrisonville, which second runner-up went to Rilynne Segrest, the eleven-year-old daughter of Shane and Heather Segrest of Morrisonville.

 

In the Chillifest Teen Miss competition, this year’s crown went to 13-year-old Kaylee Kuhn, the daughter of Brad and Gina Kuhn of Pana.  First runner-up was 13-year-old Ashlynn Windell, the daughter of Jayme Hendrickson and Brian Windell of Taylorville.  Second runner-up was 14-year-old Elizabeth Turley, the daughter of Wanda Turley of Edinburg.

 

And, in the Chillifest pageant for Miss candidates, the crown went to 17-year-old Lauren Phillips, the daughter of Heather Phillips of Pana.  First runner-up was 15-year-old Claire Kuhn, the daughter of Brad and Gina Kuhn of Pana.  Second runner-up was Jenny Freeman, the 17-year-old daughter of Cindy and Dan Freeman of Edinburg.

 

Posted October 2, 2021 9:47am

 

The 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chillifest got off to a soggy start at 9 o'clock Saturday morning.

 

 

The opening ceremony and presentation of colors were held a few minutes late due to showers moving thru the area.  Several of Taylorville's Cub Scout Troops presented the colors on the Chilllifest south stage, and the 8 members of the Taylorville High School Choir, under the direction of Keith Chase, sang the National Anthem.

 

Chillifest officials made the call during the 9 o'clock hour, to move both the Pageants and the Capital City Cornhole Tournament, to the Expo Building at the Christian County Fairgrounds, due to impending weather.

 

Checkout the complete schedule of this year's Chillifest as chillifest.info.

 

Posted October 2, 2021 10:21am

 

 

The Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest Committee cut the ribbon to officially begin the 36th annual event, right after the National Anthem was sung Saturday morning.

 

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS, subject to change.  As of Tues 9/28/21, 7:20pm

 

Saturday, October 2nd, 2021


SOUTH STAGE ACTIVITIES
sponsored by Premier Sponsor Sparklight 


9:00 AM Welcome & Opening Ceremonies:
Ribbon Cutting, THS Choir, Cub Scouts present colors South Stage
9:00 AM Chilli available at the Chilli Drive-Thru Southeast Corner of the Square
9:30:00 AM - 11:30 AM Izzy Miller Performs South Stage
10:00 AM Pumpkin Painting Begins KidZone East Side of Square
TikTok Corner Opens KidZone East Side of Square
Inflatables by Keagan's Kastle Northeast Side of Square
Craft & Story Time with Taylorville Public Library KidZone East Side of Square
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Mini Hoofs - Miniature Ponies KidZone East Side of Square
10:30 AM Chillinois Regional Cook Off Begins North West Side of Square
11:15ish 8th Annual Bags Tournament Capital City Cornhole
REGISTRATION North East Corner of Square
11:45 AM 8th Annual Bags Tournament MEETING North East Corner of Square
12:00 Noon Chilli Pepper Pageants Begin South Stage
Bags FLY for 8th Annual Bags Tournament North East Corner of Square
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Taylorville Police Department - Demonstration KidZone East Side of Square
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM Kids Pound (drumsticks) KidZone East Side of Square
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Kids Yoga KidZone East Side of Square
3:30:00 PM - 5:30 PM The Tangents Perform South Stage
5:00 PM Pumpkin Painting & TikTok Corner Closes KidZone East Side of Square
5:30ish Chilli & Salsa Awards Presentation South Stage


NORTH STAGE ACTIVITIES


10:00-Noon Fellowship of the Strings Performs North Stage
1:00 - 3:00 PM Rock Your Beat Performs North Stage


Sunday, October 3rd, 2021


SOUTH STAGE ACTIVITIES sponsored by
Premier Sponsor Sparklight


9:30 AM Central States Regional Cook Off Begins Northwest Side of Square
10:00 AM - Noon Idle Oath Performs South Stage
10:00 AM Chilli Available at the Chilli Drive-thru Southeast Corner of the Square
Pumpkin Painting Begins KidZone East Side of Square
TikTok Corner Opens KidZone East Side of Square
Inflatables by Keagan's Kastle Northeast Side of Square
Craft & Story Time KidZone East Side of Square
11:00 AM 8th Annual Bags Tournament REGISTRATION Northeast Corner of Square
11:45 AM 8th Annual Bags Tournament MEETING Northeast Corner of Square
12:00 Noon Bags FLY 8th Annual Bags Tournament Northeast Corner of Square
Noon - 1:00 PM Broadway Comes to Taylorville South Stage
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Taylorville Fire Department - Demonstration KidZone East Side of Square
1:30 PM TJHS Cheer South Stage (street)
2:00 PM TYC Littles Cheer South Stage (street)
2:30 PM THS Cheer South Stage (street)
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM THS Poms & Center Pointe Dance Academy South Stage (street)
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM Cody Moomey Performs South Stage
4:30ish Chilli & Salsa Awards Presentation South Stage
5:00 PM Pumpkin Painting & TikTok Corner Closes KidZone East Side of Square


NORTH STAGE ACTIVITIES


10:00 AM - 12 PM Gracia Harrison Performs North Stage
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Cactus Ranch Band Performs North Stage

 

Posted 9/28/21

 

The countdown is on to this weekend's 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest this Saturday and Sunday on the square.

 

The event will again host its long-time International Chilli Society sanctioned cookoffs both days.  Cookoff chair Tom Calvert told Regional Radio News at the final committee meeting Tuesday night, that both days of cookoffs have enough cooks to be official I-C-S qualifier events.

 

 

For the latest schedule of events, go to the event's web site, chillifest-dot-info, that's chillifest with 2-L's.

 

And, be listening for extensive coverage of the Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest this weekend on all 6 Miller Media Group stations.

 

Posted 9/28/21

 

The Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest Committee met for the final time Tuesday night, before this weekend's 36th installment of the event this Saturday and Sunday on the square.

 

Co-chair Mark Wolfe told Regional Radio News after the meeting, that while some attractions will stay where they've been in past years, some will be moving around the square.

 

 

For the latest schedule of events, go to the event's web site, chillifest-dot-info, that's chillifest with 2-L's.

 

And, be listening for extensive coverage of the Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest this weekend on all 6 Miller Media Group stations.

10/1/21 news release:

 

Following months of planning by the Chillifest Committee, the 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest kicks off Saturday for 2 days of fun on the City Square.

 

It all begins Saturday at 9 with the opening ceremony, with the Taylorville High School choir and Cub Scouts participating.

 

Again this year due to COVID, there will not be a chilli tent serving individual portions, but the Chamber will again offer their special recipe chilli in cold quarts with drive-up sales both days on the southeast corner of the square.

 

There’s entertainment on both the main south stage, and the north stage, both days, along with a Kids Zone and lots of arts and crafts vendors set up across the square.

 

The Capital City Cornhole Club will again present 2 days of cornhole competition on the square during Chillifest, with cash prizes offered.

 

International Chilli Society chilli and salsa awards will be presented at the end of each day’s sanctioned competition.  Chilli cooks from across the Midwest and elsewhere will be traveling to Taylorville, the Chilli Capital of Illinois, to light their stoves for a share of cash prizes both days.

 

Entry information on the 2 days of I-C-S judging, and the full schedule for this weekend, can be found at the event’s web site, chillifest-dot-info, that’s chillifest with 2-L’s.

 

9/30/21 news release:

 

Chilli cooks from the Midwest and across the country, will be traveling to the Chilli Capital of Illinois, Taylorville, to cook in the 2 days of International Chilli Society sanctioned cookoffs, during this weekend’s 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest this Saturday and Sunday.

 

This Saturday, chilli cooks will participate in the Chillinois Regional Chilli Cookoff, with red-style chilli, homestyle chilli, verde and salsa competitions.

 

On Sunday, chilli cooks will light their stoves to cook up the same 4 different categories in the Central States Regional Chilli Cook-Off.

First place winners both days will qualify to participate in the I-C-S World Championship.

 

Entry information on the 2 days of I-C-S judging, and the full schedule for this weekend, can be found at the event’s web site, chillifest-dot-info, that’s chillifest with 2-L’s.

 

 

9/29/21 news release:

 

The schedule is packed with 2 days of great entertainment at this weekend’s Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest this Saturday and Sunday.

 

Highlighting Saturday’s south stage entertainment includes Izzy Miller at 9:30am, the Chilli Pepper Pageants at noon, The Tangents at 3pm, and Chilli and Salsa Awards presented at approximately 5:30pm.

 

Saturday’s north stage will include the Fellowship of the Strings performing at 10am, the band “Rock Your Beat” at 1pm.

 

Sunday’s Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest south stage entertainment includes the band “Idle Oath” at 10am, “Broadway Comes to Taylorville” at noon, various cheerleading and poms performing to the west of the south stage at 1:30pm, Cody Moomey at 3:30pm, and Chilli and Salsa Awards being presented at approximately 4:30pm.

 

Sunday’s north stage entertainment includes Gracia Harrison at 10am and the Cactus Ranch Brand at 1pm.

 

For more information on the event, go to the event’s web site, chillifest-dot-info, that’s chillifest with 2-L’s.

 

9/28/21 news release:

 

The 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest will feature a lot of children and youth vying for royalty in the annual pageant on Saturday, October 2nd at noon on the main south stage.

 

Pageant chair Brittany Moore reports that 7 Little Mister, 16 Little Miss, 15 Junior Miss, 9 Teen, and 15 Miss Chilli Pepper candidates will be making the walk across the stage vying for the crown in their age category.

 

The public is urged to bring their lawn chairs and stake out their location early, as the pageant is one of the biggest-attended events at Chillifest each year.

 

For more information on the event, go to the event’s web site, chillifest-dot-info, that’s chillifest with 2-L’s.

 

9/27/21 news release:

 

The 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest kicks off Saturday morning, October 2nd, for 2 event-packed days.

 

Not only will the famous Chilifest chilli be sold by the quart both days, but some 64 arts and crafts’ vendors are signed up to offer their wares thru-out the park area inside the Courthouse square.

 

Speaking of chilli, the International Chilli Society will again hold 2 days of judging with winners going to the World Championships.  The Chillinois Regional Chilli Cookoff takes place Saturday, October 2nd, and the Central States Regional Chilli Cookoff will be on Sunday, October 3rd.

 

The 2 days of International Chilli Society judging brings chilli cooks from thru-out the Midwest and beyond.

 

For more information on the event, go to the event’s web site, chillifest-dot-info, that’s chillifest with 2-L’s.

 

Posted September 21, 2021

 

The 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest is less than 2 weeks away.  The even takes place on the town square Saturday and Sunday, October 2nd and 3rd.

 

At Tuesday night’s Chillifest Committee meeting, plans were nailed down to bring another great Chillifest to the community and Central Illinois.  

 

Pageant chair Brittany Moore announced that 7 Little Mister’s, 16 Little Miss candidates, 13 Junior Miss, 9 Teen Miss, and 15 Miss Chilli Pepper contestants will vie for royalty at the Saturday pageant.

 

The Capital City Cornhole Club will again hold a bags tournament during Chillifest both days, with over $1000 in cash prize money being offered.

 

64 arts and crafts’ vendors will be offering their wares thru-out the square, and kids will enjoy the Kid Zone with lots of activities including pumpkin painting, and they’ll also be a bounce house.  

 

And, they’ll be plenty of food on the square during Chillifest.  In addition to the many restaurant choices on the Taylorville square, there’ll be 2 full food trucks and 2 specialty food vendors.

 

Committee co-chair April Wolfe told Regional Radio News after Tuesday night's meeting, that they're excited to bring this event to the community again this year.

 

 

For further information on the event, go to the event’s web site, chillifest-dot-info, that’s chillifest with 2-L’s.

 

Posted September 7, 2021

 

The Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest Committee met Tuesday night at the Chamber office working towards the 36th annual event Saturday and Sunday, October 2nd and 3rd.  

 

Event co-chair Mark Wolfe told Regional Radio News after the meeting, the committee is excited about making the 2021 edition happen.

 

 

Drive-thru chilli will be sold during Chillifest for 10-dollars per quart.

 

This year's Chillifest will again include a Color Run, lots of entertainment and fun.

 

As was the case last year, attendees are urged to bring their lawn chairs to enjoy the 2 stages of music as well as the Saturday pageant.

 

Chillifest officials are looking for one more food vendor that would be willing to set up and sell their wares that weekend.  To register as a food vendor for the event, contact the Chamber office at 824-4919.

 

 

Posted September 1, 2021

 

Pageant entries for the 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest are closed as the contests have filled the available slots for each pageant.

But, entries are still being accepted for the Little Chilli Bean Contest for ages birth to 2.

 

Complete rules, and an on-line entry form, can all be found on the event’s web site, chillifest.info, that’s chillifest with 2-L’s.

 

This year's Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest takes place on the square October 2nd and 3rd.  Further information on the event, and the final schedule, will also be available on-line at chillifest.info.

 

Posted August 28, 2021

 

Registration information for the 2021 Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest “Hot to Trot” Color Run taking place October 3rd, is now available on the event’s website chillifest-dot-info, that’s chillifest with 2-L’s.

 

Registration is open til September 17th to guarantee a swag bag of goodies.  Classes for this year’s run include 3 to 5 year olds, 6 to 10 year olds, eleven to 16 year olds, and 17 and up.  Registration is 25-dollars per person.

 

The event is a family color run and walk to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network, with 100-percent of the proceeds going to HSHS St. John’s Hospital’s Children’s Wing. 

 

This year's Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest takes place on the square October 2nd and 3rd.  Further information on the event, and the final schedule, will also be available on-line at chillifest-dot-info.

 

Posted August 17, 2021

 

The 36th Annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest is less than 2 months away, and committee members Tuesday night met to continue planning for this year’s event on the Square October 2nd and 3rd.

 

Event co-chair April Wolfe told Regional Radio News after the meeting committee members were excited to get together and work on the 2021 edition.

 

 

Wolfe added there’ll be some familiar acts at Chillifest this year, as well as some new acts on the 2 entertainment stages.

 

 

Wolfe shared about another new act to the Chillifest stage appear this year, and that there’ll be some surprises at the Kidzone.

 

 

Find out the latest on the Greater Taylorville Chillifest by going to chillifest-dot-info, that’s chillifest with 2-L’s.

 

 

Posted July 22, 2021

 

The entry form to become a vendor at the 36th annual Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Chillifest, is now available on-line.

 

By going to chillifest-dot-info, that's chillifest with 2 L's, you'll find the downloadable entry form for vendors.  The form includes information on set-up, fees, the registration form, and electricity fees. 

 

Space is first-come, first-serve.  Deadline for vendor entries is September 24th.

 

This year's Greater Taylorville Chamber Chillifest takes place on the square October 2nd and 3rd.  Further information on the event, and the final schedule, will also be available on-line at chillifest.info.

 

Posted July 20, 2021

 

The Chamber's Chillifest Committee has begun the work of putting together the 2021 edition of this great 2-day event on the Taylorville square. Be looking for forms to become a vendor, a chilli cook, or submit an entry in one of the many pageants.  All the forms or links will be posted on this page in the coming weeks.

 

The Chamber is looking forward to the 2021 edition, and hope YOU'LL be a part of it!

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217-824-3395