Van Otis Chocolates for some Easter Family Fun on Saturday April 8!
MANCHESTER, NH – Van Otis Chocolates is inviting patrons to its shopon 341 Elm St. April 8 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. where they will have a chance to create their own favorite Easter treat made out of marshmallow. Once the Easter treat has been cut out and fully covered in chocolate, participants will be encouraged to give their bunny face or Easter egg its final touch by decorating it with sprinkles and drizzled chocolate. At the end, all treats will be bagged and ready to be taken home, or even better, eaten right away.
The event was previously scheduled forApril 1, but has been rescheduled to April 8. It is suitable for candy and chocolate lovers of all ages. Van Otis’ experienced candy makers will be there to assist. In addition, a big Easter bunny will be raffled off in the store. Easter is right around the corner; so don’t miss this fun event on the second Saturday in April!
The price for each participant is $5. Half of the proceeds will benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Manchester. Donations will also be accepted on behalf of the Boys & Girls Club.
About Van Otis Chocolates
Van Otis is a modern-day chocolate and candy retailer and wholesaler rooted in tradition and handcrafted premium products. By coupling traditional recipes with new and exciting product lines, we bring fun, delight, and nostalgia back to the chocolate and candy experience. The company was founded by Evangeline Hasiotis in 1935. Since then, the company has grown significantly. Most of Van Otis’s signature products are now also available online at www.vanotis.com.
About Boys & Girls Club of Manchester
The Boys & Girls Club of Manchester is one of the 53 founding organizations of Boys & Girls Clubs of America. The Manchester Club was incorporated in 1907 and currently has an annual membership of nearly 2,000 boys and girls. The organization operates programs at three sites throughout the greater Manchester area, including its main Clubhouse on Union Street. For more information visit, www.BeGreatManchester.org.