Enjoy the Magic of Chocolate with Authentic Chocolate-Making Demonstrations in Bethlehem!
Enjoy the Magic of Chocolate with Authentic Chocolate-Making Demonstrations!
Bethlehem, PA— Be enchanted by the Goundie House’s very own chocolatier as he shares sweet chocolate, history, and magic.
Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites hosts its second Sweet Taste of History event of the year March 23 and 24 with a hands-on chocolate demonstration, free treats, and a visit from Peter Rabbit. In addition, the events will include special Magic of Chocolate performances by Goundie’s very own chocolatier.
During the event, guests will uncover chocolate’s bittersweet past and the delicious role it plays in American history through an engaging workshop that highlights where chocolate originated and how it was made in colonial times. Activities include a hands-on, chocolate-making demonstration using traditional kitchen equipment and the opportunity to enjoy a sweet cup of hot chocolate, made the colonial way with historically authentic American Heritage Chocolate.
Events will be held at the 1810 Goundie House at 505 Main Street in Historic Bethlehem on March 23 and 24 from 12pm to 4pm. Magic of Chocolate performances will be held at 1pm and 3pm both days.
Events are free to the public. Donations appreciated. All guests who donate $5 or more will receive a complimentary package of American Heritage Chocolate, authentic handcrafted colonial chocolates from the Historic Division of MARS.
Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites is a not-for-profit institution that brings to life three centuries of American history. Historic Bethlehem tells the story of a small town of great influence, home to some of our nation’s earliest settlers, America’s first municipal water pumping system, and one of the world’s greatest industrial companies. Historic Bethlehem is located in Eastern Pennsylvania, only a 1.5 hour drive from Philadelphia to the North and 2 hours west of New York City. Historic Bethlehem is an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution and a National Historic Landmark district. For more information please call 610-691-6055 or visit www.historicbethlehem.org.
Contact: LoriAnn Wukitsch, Managing Director
gro.mehelhtebcirotsihnull@hcstikuwl, 610-882-0450 ext. 16
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Date: March 6, 2013