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Tables filled with rich, decadent chocolate desserts. along with chocolate fountains are a dieter’s nightmare, but a chocolate lover’s dream.
Fans of the sweet treat can rejoice because The Festival of Chocolate is just around the corner.
Cookies, fudge, brownies, hot chocolate and other goodies are some of the offerings that will be featured at the 5th Annual Festival of Chocolate, from 7-9 p.m. Nov. 13 at the Betty Ehart Senior Center.
The chocolate festival kicks off the holiday events at the center, and is a prelude to the Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair and the Festival of Trees.
Betty Ehart Senior Center Executive Director Pauline Schneider said the Festival of Chocolate is an elegant occasion that will allow the public an opportunity to see the trees featured in the Festival of Trees for the first time.
Individuals and local restaurants, as well as some restaurants from Santa Fe and Taos, donate chocolate desserts that are featured at the festival.
Tickets are then sold to the public for
$20 each, with proceeds going to benefit the Family Council and the BESC, as well as the White Rock Senior Center.
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