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5TH ANNUAL CHOCOLATE WALK TAKING PLACE IN OLD TOWN

January 22, 2018

­­OTCA will host 5th annual Chocolate Walk to celebrate Valentine’s Day

 

LANSING, Mich. – The Old Town Commercial Association is hosting its fifth  annual Chocolate Walk to take place throughout the Old Town community on February 8th from 3-7 p.m. Tickets for the event are $25 in advance or $30 the day of. The fourth annual Chocolate Walk sold out days prior to the event, so be sure to get your tickets quickly.

 

With a purchase of a ticket, each person will receive a two pound chocolate box to fill with delicious gourmet chocolates, a punch card, and a map of participating businesses. During the event each participant will follow the map provided, collect a piece of gourmet chocolate from the businesses they visit, and at the end of the event they will have 2lbs of varied gourmet chocolates to take home just days before Valentine’s Day.   

 

We are excited to continue the tradition of providing a warming station at the Old Town Marquee at our Chocolate Walk. Participants can pop in for some hot chocolate, generously donated by Eagle Eye Golf Club, and warm up from a Michigan winter evening.

 

Throughout this event, community members have the opportunity to get to know Old Town and all of its unique businesses, retailers, and restaurants. All are encouraged to come and take part in the Old Town chocolate walk and collect gourmet chocolates just in time for Valentine’s Day.

 

For additional information contact the Old Town Commercial Association: at vanessa@oldtownmainstreet.org or call the office at 517-485-4283.

To purchase tickets visit: https://otca.wildapricot.org/event-2784887

 

Old Town Commercial Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to maintaining a vibrant business community in Lansing’s historic district by providing services and opportunities that foster economic growth and community engagement. For additional information, please visit www.iloveoldtown.org.

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