Sweet treats needed for upcoming Chocolate Festival

The annual Chocolate Festival will be held February 9, and bakers are needed to make this year’s fundraiser a success.

Whether it’s squares, candy, cakes, cookies, commercially made or crafted by the kids, organizers are asking interested bakers to sign up and support art in its many forms at the North Peace Cultural Centre and Peace Gallery North.

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Participants will have to make two batches of their delectable dessert dish, one to be cut up for samples, and the other to be auctioned off in the evening.

Funds raised at the event go towards arts programming cultural centre, including Playarts Preschool, Let’s Art free art class, and more.

The festival starts at 6 p.m. on February 9, and features musical guest Dana Pedersen. 

Those interested in taking part as baker, or those looking for tickets, should contact the cultural centre at 250-785-1992.

Email Managing Editor Matt Preprost at editor@ahnfsj.ca.

 

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