Chocolate and Jazz Festival




The 11th Annual Waterville Valley Chocolate and Jazz Festival takes place Saturday, August 7th from 5:30pm to 8:30pm and will feature accompaniment by the Tom Robinson Jazz Trio. The event, which takes place in Waterville Valley's Town Square, also features chocolate delicacies to please even the most discerning chocolate afficianado, all prepared by Town Square merchants.An accompanying wine tasting will take place at Jugtown, a local wine merchant, and the Coffee Emporium will be selling gourmet cappuccino. All drinks and desserts are priced individually and there is no admission fee for this annual event.

The Chocolate and Jazz Festival was one of our 2010 Best of NH Editor's Picks - It's definitely one of the best events in the state and something you really don't want to miss!

Here's what we had to say about the festival in Best of NH:

Combination for a Festival: How sweet it is, a lazy summer night filled with jazz and covered in chocolate! August 7th marks the 11th annual Waterville Valley's Chocolate and Jazz Festival on Waterville's town green. Before, during and after the free concert, local chefs will be selling their favorite chocolate desserts by the serving so be sure to save room, you won't be able to resist several. And there will be palate cleansers of sorts: Head across the town square to Jugtown Country Store for a wine tasting. Jazz, chocolate and wine are a winning combination when it comes to the perfect summer night under the stars. The resort area is brimful of other activities if you wish to make a weekend affair of it.

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