Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate at Connecticut Science Center

HARTFORD, Conn. (Mass Appeal) –  Chocolate is truly one of life’s simple pleasures, and this Sunday you can enjoy lots of it at the upcoming Chocolate Expo at the Connecticut Science Center. Celebrity Chef Lawrence Rosenberg, author and founder of Bacon Bites, shared more about this sweet event.

The Chocolate Expo at the Connecticut Science Center
Connecticut’s NEW holiday tradition
Sunday, December 6th
11:00AM – 6:00PM

Connecticut Science Center
250 Columbus Blvd., Hartford, CT

Science Center Members: $15 Adults (18+) / $10 Youth (3-17)
Non-Members: $19 Adults (18+) / $14 Youth (3-17)

About the expo:
Images of sugarplums will soon be replaced by truffles and other chocolaty delights this holiday season when The Chocolate Expo returns to the Connecticut Science on Sunday, December 6, 2015. More than 35 local and regional vendors will offer tastings and sales of their delicious and decadent chocolates, baked goods, gelato, specialty foods and more. Vendors will present their unique creations throughout the Science Center’s galleries from 10AM to 6PM. Science Center visitors will find traditional and gourmet chocolates as well as distinctive items like chocolate-covered bacon, energy bars, gourmet coffee and tea, chocolate-covered potato chips, baked goods, and even chocolate-scented bath soaps.

To learn more about The Chocolate Expo 860-SCIENCE (724-3623) or visit

About the Connecticut Science Center:
The Connecticut Science Center is dedicated to inspiring lifelong learning through interactive and innovative experiences that explore our changing world through science. We strive to create an engaging and sustainable science center that serves families and schools and has a significant impact on student and adult learning in Connecticut. We seek to develop the minds of future thinkers and inventors who will compete in the ever-expanding global marketplace for technology and innovation. And we endeavor to create a Connecticut workforce that meets the projected growth of jobs in science-related fields.

Promotional consideration provided by The Connecticut Science Center.

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