Take a Chocolate Walk in downtown Monroe to get an early taste of Valentine’s Day

This year again Downtown Monroe merchants are offering residents the opportunity to take a Chocolate Walk through town to explore the Valentine magic of chocolate. The Walk begins at the Walton County Center for the Arts at 205 S Broadstreet so you will have the opportunity to view some local art and get a look at some unique gifts in the Gift Shop. It will be the last day that you will have an opportunity to view the Winter Show at the gallery.

According to Majesticgardens.com, the Aztec were the first to believe chocolate had love inducing properties. Casanova, said to be the “world’s greatest lover” was said to drink chocolate daily. Science reportedly agrees that chemicals released by chocolate increases excitement and energy – in a positive way. This science is reflected in the number of chocolates sold in stores on Valentines Day – and supposedly in the chocolates supplied by merchants in downtown Monroe.

You are invited to stroll the streets, listen to live music and sample chocolate provided by local business owners. What better way to prepare for the upcoming Valentine’s Day, something synonymous with chocolates for centuries.

The 2019 Chocolate and Art Walk in downtown Monroe will be from 5 – 8 p.m. Feb. 7. You can pick up a goody bag to take home the extra chocolate you pick up during the walk. There also will be carriage rides at the Historic Courthouse for $10 per carriage. Could you get more romantic than that?

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