Kennett Chocolate Lovers Festival
Details & Tickets
Hundreds of chocolate treats, including cakes, brownies, candies, cookies and cupcakes, will be available for attendees to taste at this Festival benefiting United Way of Southern Chester County. Bring family and friends for a fun day sampling as many chocolate delights as you wish – chocoholics of all ages welcome! Contestants will vie for awards in the following categories: professionals, amateurs and students (ages 12 and up). Last year over 200 entries were available for tasting by the public and the smell of chocolate permeated the air!
DAY OF ADMISSION TICKETS: VIP tickets: $35 single/$55 couple – includes early timed entry at 12:00 p.m.
General admission starting at 1PM: $15.00 ($50 for Family 4-Pack), includes six regular tastings per person. Children 5 & Under are FREE (no tasting tickets with free admission).
Parking for general admission is $5.00 per car.
Tasting Tickets: Additional tastings are available for $.50 each and will be available at the event.
Take-Home Boxes: Available for purchase – $10. We DO NOT ALLOW you to bring in personal containers of any kind.
ENTRIES: Professional chefs and great bakers from the region will compete for bragging rights, ribbons and prizes by donating their best chocolate desserts to this event. Entries will be judged before the tasting begins. Individuals may submit as many entries as they wish. There is no cost to enter. All entries must have a chocolate component and be shelf-stable, but need not be original recipes. The deadline for submitting your entry forms is January 24th. Please note: the student category only applies to those currently enrolled in middle (must be at least 12 years old) high school – college students do not qualify for the student category.
Official Rules and Entry Form.
SPONSORS: Support a great community event and the United Way of Southern Chester County. On average more than 1,000 people attend the Festival. Please see our Sponsor Page for details
WHO WE ARE: United Way of Southern Chester County (UWSCC) serves the human needs of residents of four Pennsylvania school districts: Avon Grove, Kennett, Oxford, and Unionville-Chadds Ford. 26 different health and human service programs receive support from UWSCC. Last year, 18,000 of our neighbors in southern Chester County turned to United Way-funded programs for help.
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