The Wilton Historical Society is offering two chocolate-making workshops–one for children and one for adults. Both workshops will be held on Saturday, Feb. 10.

Kids! Make Your Own Valentine’s Day Chocolates!

11 a.m.-12 p.m.

Sign up now for the very popular chocolate-making workshop for kids in grades K-8. Program participants will make something extra nice for their Valentine–delicious, professional-looking chocolates and a decorated box to put them in! The fun and easy, one-hour session will make use of an extensive collection of small, charming chocolate molds. Hearts, flowers, a multitude of animals, stars and even tools are just some of the shapes that will be on hand.

Registration is required and space is limited. Please register by email or call 203.762.7257 to reserve a place. The cost to participate for members is $10, maximum $25 per family; non-members is $15, maximum $35 per family.

Parents are welcome to stay.

Sweets for Sweethearts:  Make Your Own Artisanal Valentine’s Day Chocolates

3-4 p.m.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day! At the “Sweets for Sweethearts” workshop, participants can make professional-looking, molded chocolates for Valentine’s Day. The workshop will feature high quality artisanal chocolate, which yields delicious treats worthy of being savored by discerning sweethearts. Delectable toppings and mix-ins–pink Himalayan Sea Salt, lavender and more–are included, and a variety of mold shapes, such as hearts and flowers, will be used. Materials will be provided to make a decorative bag for giving sweethearts their valentine gifts.

The session will feature some added enjoyment as prosecco and other beverages will be served.

Registration is required and space is limited. Please register by email or call 203.762.7257 to reserve a place. The cost to participate for Wilton Historical Society members is $20, and $25 for Non-members.

CORRECTION:  The article has been updated to reflect an incorrect course date that was originally submitted. The courses are offered on Saturday, Feb. 10, not Feb. 11.

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