250 Years of Chocolate-Dipped History

A Sensory Tasting Experience


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250 Years of Chocolate-Dipped HistoryFriday, March 4, 20167:00 pm - 9:30 pmJames A. Gray, Jr. Auditorium(900 Old Salem Road)

Old Salem Museums & Gardens, in collaboration with The Historic Division of Mars will present “250 Years of Chocolate-Dipped History: A Sensory Tasting Experience,” to kick off a weekend of fun events, tastings, hands-on activities, and social opportunities highlighting the history and importance of chocolate in Salem and colonial America.

Unique, savory and sweet chocolate samplings and desserts from select local restaurants alongside adult beverages, coffee and live music from The Paper Crowns on the Main Concourse, Old Salem Visitor center. Each participate will also receive a special gift commemorating the event.

Make a sweet weekend of it! Check out details on Chocolate-Dipped History day at Old Salem on Saturday (March 5).

Featuring fare and drinks from:

California Fresh

Carolina Vineyards & Hops

Catering by Simple Elegance

Diamondback Grill

Five Loaves Catering

The Flour Box Tea Room & Cafe

Holly Tate Fine Catering

Mozelles Fresh Southern Bistro

Savory Spoon

The Tavern in Old Salem

Willow’s Bistro

Tickets are $50 per person and may be purchased at the door.

For information, contact Tabatha Renegar at (336) 721-7352 or trenegar@oldsalem.org.