Sweets abound at A Chocolate Affair

Friday, May 6 at 7 p.m. at the Upper Florence Filberg Centre

Celebrate Fair Trade Fortnight with delectable chocolate creations (both savoury and sweet), music by Jenn Forsland and Wendy Nixon-Stothert, Blue Moon Winery tastings, a silent auction and more.

World Community is showcasing Camino Fair Trade chocolate at A Chocolate Affair, Friday, May 6 at 7 p.m. at the Upper Florence Filberg Centre in Courtenay. Smiles are guaranteed at this event.

Guests will sample a variety of lavish dishes created by talented chefs and chocolatiers from Atlas Cafe, As You Like It Catering, Cumberland Hemp Co., Dark Side Chocolates, Edible Island Whole Foods Market, Locals Restaurant, and Sweet Surprise Bakery & Cafe.

There will be plenty of gluten-free options included.

Blue Moon Winery will pair with Dark Side Chocolates for a special aperitif.

 

Forsland and Nixon-Stothert will supply the live entertainment, joining their beautiful voices for a rare appearance performing jazz and light pop tunes.

 

Tickets (only 200) are available at Laughing Oyster Book Shop, Dark Side Chocolates and Church Street Bakery.

All proceeds will support World Community projects locally and internationally.

For more info call 250-337-5412.

 

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