Tea and chocolate have long entranced our palates, but what do we really know about them? Children will learn the basics of chocolate making and tea etiquette at this festive spring program conducted by a costumed interpreter. What’s more, they will create their own 3-D chocolate eggs to take home.
Member Children: $20
Nonmember Children: $25
Event begins at 1:00PM
Presented by: Tudor Place Historic House & Gardens
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