The Chelsea Chocolate Extravaganza in Downtown Chelsea

The 12th annual Chelsea Chocolate Extravaganza showcases a variety of delicious chocolate treats at 35 local businesses in the area. Swing by this sweet event and get your fill on Feb. 8, 2020.

Bring your sweet tooth and the people you love to the Chelsea Chocolate Extravaganza on Feb. 8, 2020!

This event is sponsored by more than 35 local Chelsea businesses that are all participating in the exciting Saturday afternoon, during which event goers will have the opportunity to walk the streets of Chelsea and sample many different types of chocolates along the way.

All chocolate taste-tests will be completely free, so you can have as many samples as you would like. However, there will be many opportunities to purchase items throughout the day, including exclusive sales just for Chelsea Chocolate Extravaganza event goers, so if you see a perfect gift for someone you love, you’ll get it for a discounted price.

Many local eateries will be offering special chocolate desserts, like smoked chocolate tes leches and hot chocolate, too, so be sure to stick around for lunch and dinner.

And for the kids, find free make-and-take valentine’s gifts including a bird feeder and garden-themed chocolate treats.

The 12th annual Chelsea Chocolate Extravaganza is a great way to help support local Chelsea businesses and a tasty excuse to get together with loved ones and fulfill your chocolate cravings.

Catch the fun starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday.

Participation in the event is free, but local businesses will be open throughout the day so stop by and shop.

For basic details on the Chelsea Chocolate Extravaganza, and for information on other family fun things to do this weekend, see the Metro Parent calendar.

This post was originally published in 2016 and is updated regularly. 

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