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Chocolate Festival in Virginia Feb 5-6
February 5, 2005
7:07 am
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This message Posted by chocbloc was moved from forum “General Discussions”

Hi,

Just wondering if anyone has been to this before. I was thinking about going, but it’s a fairly long drive and would like to know as much as possible before I do go. Tks.

Mike (restin’ on my laurels and my hardys too)

“Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos” (Maricel E. Presilla)

"Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos" (Maricel E. Presilla)
February 5, 2005
7:29 am
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The purpose of the festival is to draw visitors to Old Town Fairfax, encourage community participation and foster cooperation among the city government, the business community and local residents.


I’ve never been there but look at the purpose of the festival. This festival looks like a nice family event. I doubt you can find real chocolate here. The Chocolate Lovers Festival has a website:
[url]http://www.chocolatefestival.net/[/url]

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February 5, 2005
4:49 pm
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Well, there’s the one in Fairfax, plus there was one held at the University of Richmond last year. It was basically an event for local businesses and restauarnts to showcase their chocolate desserts, and imo, it was rather disappointing.