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Kids Day Returns

Kids Day Returns

Kids Day is back by popular demand! This year it will run every Friday and Saturday from 12-4 starting June 8 and ending August 18. Bring your kiddos in and let their inner chocolatier shine! $5/child, children must be old enough to work independently (no parents allowed!) and follow directions. The program lasts 15-20 minutes and each child will leave with sweet treats they made! We do not take reservations, strictly first come, first served.

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Cruise In Pre-registration Open

Cruise In Pre-registration Open

Calling all Classic Car Owners! Pre-registration for this year's Cruise In is officially open! This year's show will be Saturday, August 11. More information regarding sponsors and activities coming soon. Click here to go the the Cruise-In page where you can download a registration form.

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Chocolate and Easter

Chocolate and Easter

Why are chocolates, bunnies, eggs and candy associated with Easter, a religious holiday? Long ago, pagans had many springtime rituals and symbols which became absorbed into the Easter celebration. Eggs are associated with new life, and Christianity has tied them to Jesus' resurrection and emergence from the tomb. Eggs were also a forbidden food during Lent, so people would color them in festive colors and save them to eat during the Easter feast. Jellybeans, with their oval egg shape came onto the scene in the 1930's, and other candies soon jumped on the bandwagon. Chocolate makers started making chocolate filled...

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Why Chocolate on Valentine's Day?

Why Chocolate on Valentine's Day?

A quick history: While the first talk of Valentine's Day started in the age of Chaucer, eating and giving chocolate for the holiday didn't start until much later, in the mid 1800's. It was then that Richard Cadbury figured out a process to separate chocolate into "drinking chocolate" and extract the excess cocoa butter to be made into "eating chocolates". Although Cadbury didn't patent the first red, heart shaped box, it is believed that he made the first one. The boxes were beautiful and cherished, and after the candy was gone, could be used to hold mementos. Some have even...

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Holiday Open House!

Holiday Open House!

Come to our Open House Sunday, Nov. 19 - Tuesday, Nov. 21 from 12-4. Come in and sample our new mix flavors, taste some of the wines we sell, and enter to win daily raffle prizes! Get some holiday shopping done before the craziness of Black Friday, and stock up for you and your guests!

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