Treat yourself to chocolate for a good cause

Slow down and eat the chocolate.

The Snohomish Chocolate Walk has 17 chocolate stops at downtown businesses.

A Chocolate Walk Passport includes a map and allows a treat at every stop and a chance to learn about the art of chocolate making from the treat makers.

Tickets are $15. Only 200 tickets will be sold for the event that runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 16. The deadline to purchase online tickets at tinyurl.com/b8lunaw is Tuesday. No other tickets will be available.

Proceeds go to Historic Downtown Snohomish, a nonprofit for downtown revitalization.

For more information, go to the website.

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