Although their team didn’t win the competition, they and the other teams are a big part of the success of this year’s record-breaking Festival.
Without chili-and-salsa folks cutting and slicing, without flapjack-flipping Kiwanis, without car lovers polishing and buffing, without vendors setting up and smiling and talking and tearing down, without Festival sponsors at all levels, without broad community support — there would be no Cypress Community Festival!
So we’ll take this opportunity to thank Cypress Lock and Safe, all the other chili and salsa cooks, and everyone else who came together to make this year’s Festival a smashing success!
Speaking of sponsors: it’s never too early to think of becoming a sponsor for next year’s Festival! Check out this year’s sponsors and the wide range of sponsorship opportunities. The Cypress Community Festival Committee is an independent non-profit and welcomes donations large and small!
Family-owned Cypress Lock and Safe fielded an impressive team for this year’s chili and salsa cook-off at the Cypress Community Festival. The business recently relocated to 4460 Lincoln Ave., Suite 2, in the Mission Center across from Forest Lawn.
- Free Fat Chili and a Model T Fire Truck take top honors at Cypress Festival (oc-breeze.com)
- Cypress Community Festival Day! More vendors! More cars! More chili and salsa! (oc-breeze.com)
- Cypress Community Festival to honor sponsors at mixer on July 26 (oc-breeze.com)
- Brewer Boys slated for Cypress Festival (oc-breeze.com)
- Face-painting clowns and roaming stilt walker to multiply the fun at Cypress Festival (oc-breeze.com)
- Scenes from Festival Day: Cypress Soroptimists collect pasta (oc-breeze.com)
- Reallyshooo Kids Review brings joy to Cypress Festival stage (oc-breeze.com)
- Latest map of Cypress Community Festival Grounds now available (oc-breeze.com)
- Cypress Community Festival Committee thanks Festival sponsors (oc-breeze.com)
- Oral Artist Preshenda Hooked by Storytelling (oc-breeze.com)