Looking for a way to help The ARC of Morgan County with its mission...and satisfy your sweet tooth at the same time? The annual Arc of Morgan County Chocolate and Dessert Festival is the perfect event to do just that!  The 2011 Chocolate and Dessert Festival will be held Sunday, February 6th, 2011 from 1pm – 4pm at the Decatur Mall, Decatur Alabama.

The adult admission price is $10 and children ages 6-12 will be $5 each, children five and under will be free. A family of six can purchase tickets at a special discount of $25. The ticket price entitles you to the entertainment and all the chocolate desserts you care to sample.

Each year businesses and individuals from across Morgan County come together to provide a wonderful afternoon of fun, fellowship and sweets galore. Proceeds benefit The Arc of Morgan County and its ongoing mission to provide a better life for individuals with intellectual, cognitive and developmental disabilities.


For more information on the 2011 Chocolate & Dessert Festival, call the Arc of Morgan County at 256.355.6192.or email us here.


2011 Chocolate Festival Thank You List

Restaurants
  • Applebee's
  • Ryan's
  • Café 113
  • GiGi’s Cupcakes
  • TimBuck 2 Catering
  • Mel’s Sweet Treats
  • Casual Gourmet
  • Logan’s Roadhouse
  • O’Charley's
  • Chili’s
  • Tony’s Country Cooking
  • Java Jaay
  • Westside Café
  • Starbucks
  • Simply Delicious
  • Pine Ridge Day Camp
  • Francesos Italian Restaurant
Drinks      
  • Pepsi Cola Bottling Company
  • Purity
 
Ice
  • Bourbon Street Candy
Entertainment
  • Jeff Whitlow

  • Tina Turner Revue by
    Dorothy Cole 
  • And more! 
 

Lots of Door Prizes!

Judges will include Senator Arthur Orr, Representative Terri Collins, and Sheriff Anna Franklin
       

2008 Chocolate and Dessert Photos



The Alabama Blues Brothers get the crowd pumped up.



Chelsea Wellman entertains with her country-crossover style.



Friends sample an array of chocolate desserts.


Area vendors bring an assortment of desserts to the festival.


Brownies,yum!


Kids dance to the music of the Alabama Blues Brothers.