Chocolate World Expo, the New York metro area’s largest chocolate-themed show, returns to the Westchester County Center in White Plains on Sunday, Nov. 4, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
In gratitude for the heroic efforts of Hurricane Sandy’s "First Responders," Chocolate World Expo will give free admission to active-duty police, fire, ambulance, Coast Guard and National Guard personnel involved in the storm-related preparations and response.
To get free admission, First Responders must show their government-issued photo ID indicating their service affiliation (limit one admission per ID).
Chocolate World Expo will also give free admission to children ages 5-11 who come in costume (limit one free child per paid adult) because so many area Halloween parties and celebrations were cancelled due to downed electrical wires and dark street conditions. Costumed kids can also stop at the Baum Image Group booth for a free Halloween treat while supplies last.
Chocolate, the ultimate “feel-good” comfort food, will be a welcome respite for people in the region impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
At Chocolate World Expo, attendees get to taste, purchase, celebrate and indulge in treats including gourmet chocolates, baked goods, specialty foods, gelato, cheeses,
wines, craft beers and much more from almost 70 vendors.
To help entertain younger children, many of whom have been without school and regular activities since the storm, Chocolate World Expo has added a 45-minute performance by musical "funster" Matty Roxx in the seminar room at
For more information on the show, please visit: www.ChocolateWorldExpo.com.