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9 things to do at Toronto's first Christmas Chocolate + Pastry Fair

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DH Toronto Staff Nov 23, 2017 7:42 am 100

Toronto’s first ever Christmas Chocolate + Pastry Fair is on this Sunday, November 26 at Wychwood Barns and promises a full afternoon centred around chocolate, baking, holiday entertaining, and eating.

Presented in part of the month-long Toronto Chocolate Festival, the fair is kind of like an all-chocolate carnival with games and prizes interspersed with concessions, shopping, and more.

Here are all the highlights you can’t miss:

1. Chocolate Makers Demo Stage

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Glean tips from the experts as they demonstrate techniques and tips that’ll help you up your game when it comes to holiday baking.

2. Chocolate Marketplace

Miss Bailey Brown Chocolate

Miss Bailey Brown Chocolate

Stocking stuffers, gift-sets, and tempting treats that’ll take all your willpower not to devour before Christmas Day! Look forward to over a dozen vendors dishing out gift-worthy chocolates and snacks to eat on-site.

3. Cake Station

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Drool over edible works of art at this exhibit highlight devoted to all things cake!

4. Santa’s Corner

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Yes, Old Saint Nick will be making an appearance and offering a free gift to ticket-holders along with a spin wheel offering a chance to win prizes.

5. Candy Station

Christmas Chocolate

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As if you needed another sweet excuse to attended this holiday fair, the candy station will be stocked with all sorts of festive confections.

6. Chocolate Painting

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Mississauga-based artist, Nisreen Askar leads this instructional workshop on how to create works of art with chocolate.

7. Wonka Wheel

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Every ticket-holder gets a free spin at the Wonka Wheel to win a Golden Ticket and a trip to a secret chocolate factory.

8. Chocolate Eating Contests

Chocolate Moonshine fudge

Chocolate Moonshine

Ths ChocOlympics takes place following the Christmas Chocolate + Pastry Fair and will see teams compete in chocolate-eating activities to win cash donations to the charity of their choice.

9. Mystery Bag Station

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What’s in the bag? You’ll just have to see for yourself!

Christmas and Chocolate Pastry Fair

When: November 26, 11 am to 5 pm
Where: Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie Street, Toronto
Price: $20 for adults, $15 for children 5 to 12.

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