If you are looking for things to do today, you should celebrate the taste of summer at a Rib Burn Off on the grounds of Century Village Museum May 24 from 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm and May 25 from 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Bring YOUR party to OUR party!
This first-ever occasion will bring unrecorded music in addition to neighborhood crafters, horse rides, pastime train rides, and kids’ amusements. The Geauga County Sheriff’s K-9 unit likewise will be close this weekend to present showings. On Sunday, Emeth Gymnastics will be performing a show as well.
Attendance is free for the Rib Burn Off, which will exhibit offerings from Blazin Bill’s, Warren’s Eli’s BBQ, Dickey’s BBQ and Old Carolina BBQ from Mentor, and Stewart’s Smokin BBQ from Kirtland. Attendees will pick the “Individuals’ Choice Award” by throwing votes at the People’s Choice Award table by putting a penny for every vote into determined jugs for every merchant.
Trophies supported by Great Lakes Outdoor Supply in Middlefield will be exhibited to the first- and second-put champs for best ribs and sauce.
The winners will be picked by a board of VIP judges, including Chardon Municipal Court Judge Terri Stupica, Geauga County Sheriff Dan Mcclelland, Burton Mayor Nick Fischbach, Juvenile/Probate Judge Timothy Grendell, Appellate Judge Diane Grendell, Tracy Jemison, Common Pleas Court Judge Burt ,and previous Browns player Ernie Kellermann.
Example ribs and full dinners, including ribs and side dishes, will be available for purchase from the rib sellers, alongside pulled pork, and brisket sandwiches. Sausage and battered chicken bites will be sold from the Historical Society’s Fritter Booth. A lager tent will also be open for business.
All around the weekend, revel in unrecorded music under the tent from Fletch and the Catch, The Geauga Highlanders, and The Ted Riser Band on Saturday, with 2guys12strings and Blue Lunch on Sunday. This unrecorded music is exhibited through the liberal backing of Preston Superstore.
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