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Decadence! - Spokane Chocolate Festival takes place on Friday, November 7th, 2014 from Noon - 9pm at the Red Lion Hotel at the Park in downtown Spokane. Decadence! will feature chocolate indulgences both sweet and savory, live music by Cary Fly and a Chocolate Martini competition.

The event features local and regional chocolate and confection companies who will offer for sample and sale everything from truffles and desserts to chocolate hummus and chili. You'll even find chocolate relaxation at the Brickhouse Massage and Coffee Bar booth.

Sugar artistry and chocolate sculpture by Chef Robert Lombardi (recently a finalist on Food Network's Halloween Wars) from the Inland Northwest Culinary Academy will be featured throughout the day and Professor Monica Leeds Stenzel will give a humorous and educational talk on the history of chocolate titled "Chocolatolgy: A Short & Sweet History of Chocolate". Buttercream Sculptor and INCA After Dark instructor Becky Wortman will be sculpting live at the event as well.

Wine and chocolate pairing classes are available to purchase. VIP ticket holders will be witness to a Chocolate Martini competition which will give guests a new perspective on sweet cocktails and an opportunity to sample the creations of local mixologists.

Entrance to Decadence! - Spokane Chocolate Festival is $20. VIP admission is just $45. Special “Afternoon Only” pricing is only $10. Tickets can be purchased at www.decadencefestival.com or by calling Encore Events at (509) 981-8439. All proceeds from the event benefit Inland NW Baby - the only diaper bank serving eastern Washington.

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