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The National Archives will celebrate the 238th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence with its traditional Fourth of July program. The celebration will include patriotic music, a dramatic reading of the Declaration by historical renactors, and exciting free family activities and entertainment for all ages.  

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As a participant in the heritage food/foodways component, American Heritage Chocolate will present the history and preparation of colonial chocolate. Individuals will have the opportunity to experience chocolate the same way their ancestors did.  

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As a participant in the heritage food/foodways component, American Heritage Chocolate will present the history and preparation of colonial chocolate. Individuals will have the opportunity to experience chocolate the same way their ancestors did.  

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Betsy Ross House celebrates extraordinary Colonial women and an Historic Chocolate Making demonstration by American Heritage™ Chocolate. Betsy Ross, America's most famous flagmaker, will greet visitors in her upholstery shop and share stories about her life as a business owner and Revolutionary Quaker. Meet Phillis, a freed African American domestic worker in the new Women at Work in Revolutionary America exhibit. Learn the role chocolate played in Colonial America and meet female entrepreneurs including chocolate maker Mary Crathorne and Hannah Lithgow, the widow who owned the home where Betsy Ross rented her rooms. Colonial Chocolate Making Demonstrations begin at 11 am and are free with admission. Audio Tour: $7 adults, $6 children/senior/military/student Self-Guided Tour: $5 adults, $4 children/senior/military/student

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Old Salem Museums & Gardens, in conjunction with Mars Chocolate North America, will again present “Chocolate-Dipped History: Celebrating Coffee, Tea, and AMERICAN HERITAGE® Chocolate,” on Saturday, March 5 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Old Salem.

Drinking coffee, tea, and chocolate was popular all over early America, including Salem. Be a part of Chocolate-Dipped History and explore how chocolate is made, sample AMERICAN HERITAGE® Chocolate, make (and taste) historic chocolate treats,  tea, coffee and more!

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Come visit us on the third floor of M&M's World in New York City to indulge in the delicious history of chocolate by sampling our signature hot drink. 

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Mars Chocolate History Ambassadors will be onsite to demonstrate the historical bean-to-beverage story of 18th-century chocolate using authentic tools including cocoa pods, cocoa beans and nibs, a hot stone metate, winnowing baskets, chocolate drink pots and stirrers throughout the day. Observers will be able to touch, taste, smell, and experience chocolate as it was enjoyed in early America at every demonstration by sampling AMERICAN HERITAGE® Chocolate drink.

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The event will include the history of chocolate as well as chocolate making demonstrations at the Carriage Museum. The times are 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday.

 

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The National Archives will celebrate the 240th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence with its traditional Fourth of July program. The celebration will include patriotic music, a dramatic reading of the Declaration by historical renactors, and exciting free family activities and entertainment for all ages.  

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The American Heritage Chocolate team takes you on a journey of early American chocolate making from bean to beverage.

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American Heritage Chocolate will attend Gadsby’s Tavern to entertain the crowd with a spirited lesson in chocolate history.

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Taste the bounty of heirloom fruits and vegetables while learning about organic gardening and seed-saving during this fun, family-friendly festival held on the breathtaking West Lawn of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello.  This venue provides a beautiful showcase for the restored gardens and features the wealth of Monticello’s programs in not just gardening, but also natural history, foodways, and the roles of the entire plantation community.

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As a participant in Old City Fest, American Heritage Chocolate will present the history and preparation of colonial chocolate at the Betsy Ross house in Philadelphia. Individuals will have the opportunity to experience chocolate the same way that Betsy Ross and their ancestors did!

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As a participant in Old City Fest, American Heritage Chocolate will present the history and preparation of colonial chocolate at the Betsy Ross house in Philadelphia. Individuals will have the opportunity to experience chocolate the same way that Betsy Ross and their ancestors did!

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As a participant in The Haunting at the Hermitage, American Heritage Chocolate will present the history and preparation of colonial chocolate at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage in Nashville, TN. Individuals will have the opportunity to experience chocolate the same way that Andrew Jackson and his ancestors did!

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American Heritage Chocolate will participate in the afternoon festivities by hosting an 18th- century chocolate demonstration accompanied by hot drink samples.

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Drinking coffee, tea, and chocolate was popular all over early America, including Salem. Be a part of Chocolate-Dipped History and explore how chocolate is made, sample AMERICAN HERITAGE® Chocolate, make (and taste) historic chocolate treats,  tea, coffee and more!

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Treat yourself to a delicious Friday and Saturday evening by joining American Heritage Chocolate for a historical chocolate demonstration and tasting.

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