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Chocolate Gone Wild!
Chocolate Gone Wild!

CHOCOLATE GONE WILD!

 East Aurora - Buffalo’s own Choco-Logo Confectionery Design and Hawk Creek Wildlife Center, Inc. invite the public to Chocolate Gone Wild!  Chocolate Factory Tour March 23, 2011 to benefit Hawk Creek’s nonprofit mission. Wine pairings and samplings of exquisite handmade chocolates, as well as a personal behind-the-scenes chocolate factory tour are included. Event tickets are only $20 per person. Reservations are required before noon, March 18, 2011. Please contact Hawk Creek at (716)-652-8646 for event reservations and information.

Take a trip downtown & unwrap the mysteries of a working chocolate factory! Indulge in the pairing of wine and fine chocolate to benefit Hawk Creek Wildlife Center!

¨       Tour Downtown Buffalo’s only Chocolate Factory Shop

¨       Taste Wine that pairs with fine chocolate

¨       Help Conserve Wildlife while satisfying your sweet tooth

¨       Sample Choco-Logo’s exquisite chocolates, including handmade truffles & their famous nutcorn

¨       Shop for delicious Easter chocolates and treats

 Location: Choco-Logo Confectionery Design, 141 Broadway in Downtown Buffalo (Between Elm St. & Michigan Ave.)

                free off street parking, www.chocologo.com

Date: March 23, 2011

Tour Times:  5:15 pm, 6:00 pm, and 6:45 pm (reservations required; please arrive no earlier than 10 minutes prior to tour time)

Cost: $20/person (tickets are tax-deductible; receipts provided at the door)

Contact: Hawk Creek Wildlife Center (716)-652-8646

Founded in 1987, Hawk Creek Wildlife Center, Inc. of East Aurora, NY is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to creating knowledge and understanding of the natural world and its relationship to humankind. The organization provides environmental education programming to over 250,000 adults and children and specialized care, rehabilitation, and release of hundreds of injured and orphaned wildlife each year. The Center is home to over 80 non-releasable animal ambassadors from around the world including majestic bald eagles and the rare ocelot. Hawk Creek is a member of the International Association of Avian Trainers and Educators, the America Zoo and Aquarium Association and has been named an accredited sanctuary by The Association of Sanctuaries. For more information on Hawk Creek’s services and public events please visit www.hawkcreek.org.

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Hawk Creek Wildlife Center, Inc. PO Box 662 East Aurora, NY 14051

Environmental Education - Wildlife Rehabilitation - Conservation

 

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