An All Chocolate Festival Is Coming To Montreal Next Month & It's Free
Just in time for Valentine's Day.
February isn't just the month of love, but also that of chocolate. And the best thing about it is that you don't need a special someone to thoroughly enjoy it. If chocolate is the love of your life, you can't miss this all chocolate festival in Montreal this February.
After a two-year absence, the Je t'aime en chocolat festival is returning for its seventh edition.
Taking place over two days, this event will have everything yourand will showcase a variety of local Quebec products.
This pre-Valentine's Day fest will take place on February 8 and 9 at the Marché Bonsecours in Old Montreal.
The list of exhibitors includes names like Chocolats Favorites, Point G and the Montreal Chocolate Academy, among several other recognized artisans and chocolatiers.
Of course, you'll get to browse a range of tasty products and try sweets of all flavours. You'll definitely want to take a little something home for later or purchase a treat for someone you love.
If the art of chocolate-making fascinates you, you'll get to sit in on a lecture led by Monsieur Chocolat himself called "Chocolate in all its states - the history of chocolate, from yesterday to tomorrow."
You'll even get to see chocolate makeup applied on a model live on stage by Muse en Soie.
This year's festival promises to have more "sparkles and surprises" than ever, reads the website.
You can see the complete list of the festival's delectable exhibitors here. In addition to chocolate, Quebec producers of apples and blackcurrants will have products for sale, as well as duck craftsmen, jewellers, photo studio artists and more.
Je t'aime en chocolat
Price: Free entry
When: Saturday February 8 and Sunday February 9, 2020 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Address: Salle de la Commune du Marché Bonsecours, 350, rue Saint-Paul E., Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: Treat yourself to a weekend of all things chocolate, sample delicious local products and learn from artisans of the craft.
This article was originally published in French on.