When: Sun., Oct. 25, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. 2015
Baked goods, gelato, wines, and specialty foods. According to Marvin Baum, creator and producer of The Chocolate Expo, he chose to bring this event to the Hudson Valley because the region has become one of the greatest culinary destinations in the United States. “Now, if you look at what’s happening in Newburgh, particularly at the waterfront with all the exciting new restaurants, this city was a natural choice for us to expand our Chocolate Expo locations,” said Baum, who indicated that with four other locations and over 30,000 total attendees in 2014, The Chocolate Expo has become the second-largest chocolate event in the country. “I believe that with the addition of the Newburgh location, The Chocolate Expo will be well on its way to becoming the largest chocolate event of its kind in the U.S,” he added. Admission to The Chocolate Expo is only $15/adult and $10/child (ages 3-12). Children under 3 years of age are free. Tickets include regular admission to the Motorcyclepedia Museum. For expedited entry, tickets are available online from www.TheChocolateExpo.com. Tickets can also be purchased directly on the day of the expo itself using cash, credit and debit cards. For more information and to purchase tickets online, visit www.TheChocolateExpo.com. Additional information about the Motorcyclepedia Museum can be found at www.MotorcyclepediaMuseum.org.