2016 Smoke & Ale Fall Festival & BBQ Cook-off

. October 1, 2016.
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You will need some time to find another event that has a BBQ Cook Off Contest, beer served for nine hours and a cornhole classic all rolled up into one. This fundraising event for the Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce also includes food trucks, activities for kids and live music. Whether you attend as a sponsor, a volunteer, or a guest, this fall festival is a way to get out of the city and claim the last of the warmer season before the cold weather hits.

Saturday | October 8 | 11am-8pm
Chelsea Community Fairgrounds | Corner of Old US 12 and Old Manchester Rd. chelseamichamber.orgFree

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