Annual event geared toward tantalizing your taste buds for a good cause.
Who doesn’t love good barbecue?
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is once again hosting the 3rd Annual Summer Showdown Barbecue Competition that will raise funds for the non-profit group, 999 For Kids.
This event will be held at the Jack Bones Equestrian Center in Castaic, and is expected to draw huge crowds. Aside from the barbecue competition, visitors can expect to be treated to booths, games, vendors, live music and a special “kids zone” for children.
About 999 For Kids
999 For Kids is a non-profit group that helps physically and mentally disabled children who were victims of abuse, neglect, and family violence. The program raises funds that help ourchase special items and services for these children such as sport wheelchairs, computers, special education classes, medically-oriented toys and games. Additionally, a Christmas Party sponsored by the Training Bureau and an Ice Cream Social Awards Ceremony sponsored by the Special Victims Bureau are held annually. You can find more information on the 999 for Kids program by clicking here.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department 3rd Annual Summer Barbecue Showdown is free to the public. Tasting and judging cards are available for $10, and children 12 and under get a free tasting card with paid adult.
Event Date: Saturday, June 21st
Time: 11AM to 4PM
Location: Jack Bones Equestrian Center. 26983 Tapia Canyon Road, Castaic CA 91384.