Chocolate Friendzy Friday

C hocolate will be the theme tonight when the Castleton Free Library hosts its second “Chocolate Friendzy” event from 7 to 9 at the library.

Proceeds from the event benefit the Friends of the Castleton Library.

The event, first held two years ago, focuses on chocolate, but not just the eating part. It also includes chocolate history, manufacture, varieties and its healthful benefits.

Admission to the event is $10, but it is free for those who bring a chocolate dessert to share.

The library will provide an array of chocolate-based desserts as well as coffee and tea. There will be a presentation on chocolate, a tasting contest, music and a warm fire and opportunities to meet and greet other library friends and neighbors.

Those who bring a dessert should label it with their name and the name of the dessert.

For further information, please contact the library at (802) 468-5574.

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