Tickets for Keystone Human Services' Chocolatefest Are Now on Sale
Harrisburg, PA, December 3, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Tickets are now on sale for Keystone Human Services’ Chocolatefest! Keystone presents a royal weekend of chocolate on February 1-2, 2014 at Hershey Lodge in Hershey, PA. This year’s Chocolatefest Weekend theme is the Royal Ball.
New this year for Chocolatefest is the All-Day VIP ticket. For $75, guests can attend all three Chocolatefest sessions, which includes the Premiere. All-Day VIP tickets are a great way for guests to take their time sampling all of the chocolate.
Chocolatefest Weekend begins on February 1 with the Royal ChocolateBall, complete with dinner, dancing, live music, live and silent auctions, and more. Once again, Mountz Jewelers will be donating a stunning piece of jewelry that one lucky guest will take home.
On February 2, guests can spend the morning or afternoon sampling tastes of mostly chocolate creations from area confectioners, restaurants, hotels, and caterers at Chocolatefest. The day includes live entertainment, a silent auction, children’s activities, and an impressive cake competition.
Chocolatefest has new times for 2014. The Premiere session starts at 10 a.m. on February 2, followed by Session #1 at 12 p.m. and Session #2 at 2 p.m.
Tickets for Chocolatefest general sessions cost $20 in advance or $25 at the door, as available. Tickets for children ages 5-12 cost $5. Premiere tickets cost $50. Guests can also purchase an All-Day VIP ticket for $75 to attend all three sessions. Chocolatefest tickets can be purchased online, by phone at 717-232-7509, or at Boscov’s, Giant Food Stores, Hershey Lodge, and Turkey Hill Minit Markets.
Chocolatefest and ChocolateBall benefit the work of Keystone Human Services. Visitwww.keystonehumanservices.org for more information.
Since 1972, Keystone Human Services has been supporting children and adults to live meaningful lives and fully participate in their communities. KHS provides community-based services for men, women, and children, including children and family services, intellectual disabilities services, adult mental health services, autism services, Capital Area Head Start, and Susquehanna Service Dogs. KHS also provides services in Connecticut through Key Human Services, as well as internationally in Russia and Moldova.