Chocolate Walk II – Coming Feb. 9! (Tickets go on sale Jan. 2)

It's BACK! The Chocolate Walk was a huge hit in May, when Main Street Kent held the event the day before Mother's Day, so this time it's scheduled right before Valentine's Day!

It's BACK! The Chocolate Walk was a huge hit back in May, when we held the event on the Saturday before Mother's Day, so this time we're doing it right before Valentine's Day! Plus, who doesn't need a pick-me-up in the middle of a lovely Ohio February?

Tickets are only $15 and will be available on our website and at McKay Bricker Framing & Black Squirrel Gifts beginning Wednesday, Jan. 2.

The event takes place Saturday, Feb. 9, from 1 to 5 p.m. in downtown Kent. Event-goers will purchase tickets in advance, then arrive at Earl's Nest (in Acorn Alley) the day of the event to pick up their Chocolate Walk "passes" and other items, then venture around town collecting chocolate treats galore!

It's a fun excursion, like an adult trick-or-treat, and a great chance to take your sweetie out for a fun afternoon or grab a friend and go on a mid-winter endorphin hunt.

Participating locations include: Arctic Squirrel Ice Cream, Pita Pit, HOME International Markets, Wild Earth Outfitters, Pufferbelly, FJKluth Art Gallery, Bent Tree Coffee Roasters, Baked in the Village Cafe, Empire, McKay Bricker Framing & Black Squirrel Gifts, Off the Wagon, Downtown Gallery, Carman & Pugh Photography, Gracy Lane, UniversiTees and LAZIZA ~ and there may be MORE by the time the event takes place. So get your tickets while they last! (Only 200 will be sold.) Proceeds to benefit Main Street Kent.

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