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7 Things You Can Do At Montreal's 2017 "Chocolate Festival"

A weekend of fun activities and moutwatering treats.

As you may or may not know (but hopefully do), there is going to be a huge chocolate festival taking over Montreal's Marche Bonsecours in February.

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The Je T'Aime En Chocolat chocolate festival will be taking place on the 10, 11, and 12 of February, and not only will it offer a brief respite from the chocolate-less grind of everyday life, but there'll also be some super cool activities to check out, too!


1. Check out the latest edition of the chocolate fashion show.

Every year, Je T'aime EN Chocolat features a show blending the best of fashion and chocolate. They've all been super cool, and this year shouldn't be any different.


2. Grab yourself some free samples.

With roughly 25 vendors, this year's chocolaty event will be chalk full of awesome stands. Grab a sample or two, pick up some chocolates, live your best cacao life.


3. And make sure to chocolate fountain all. The. Things.

Do I even need to say more?


4. Learn some cool chocolaty tips and tricks at the "Chocolate Academy".

Last year's chocolate academy featured free demos on hot chocolate, gluten-free pastries, and more - so who knows what this year's acadmey has in store for us.


5. Admire yourself some chocolate sculptures.

Legit, chocolate isn't just food. Chocolate is art. And there's no better spot where this art is showcased than Je T'aime En Chocolat.


6. And chocolate food.

There's nothing cooler than chocolate that's been morphed into food. Literally. Nothing.


7. Make sure to stick around for some cool surprises.

At last year's event, there were tons of super cool events taking place, like chocolate painting and temporary chocolate art expos. Although this year's surprises are yet to be unveiled, you can bet they'll be incredibly cool, too!


Sounds like the most fun you can have with chocolate? Then check out the official website for more information.


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Miranda Cipolla Miranda was born and raised in Montreal, and has spent all of her free time exploring the city she loves so much. Her interests include tequila, food, and overusing the word “bae”. You can follow her adventures on Instagram (@ciaomiranda12) and Facebook.

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