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Nisswa Chocolate Walk is May 14

Participants must register to reserve their spot

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Nisswa Chocolate Walk
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NISSWA — The annual Nisswa Chocolate Walk is Saturday, May 14.

The event will begin at Wildflower Chocolate on Hazelwood Drive where check-in and welcome will take place on the backyard patio. Participants will then be directed to Main Street where they can follow a route map to participating vendors throughout the city.

Those who wish to cycle the walk may park at the Paul Bunyan Trailhead and then ride to Wildflower Chocolate via the underground tunnel. Children may participate in the walk without an additional ticket.

The Chocolate Walk benefits both Nisswa Elementary School's outdoor education and schoolyard gardening efforts and the Cuyuna Chapter Little Bellas, a mountain bike mentorship program for girls and young women.

Find out event info, buy a ticket to the 2022 Nisswa Chocolate Walk >>> Nisswa Chocolate Walk - May 14th, 2022.

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The chocolate walk is estimated to take approximately 2-3 hours without added shopping. Tickets are $35. Participants may choose their time slot and register at wildflowerchocolate.com.

For more information, call 218-961-1074 or email kate.stumvoll@gmail.com.

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