What happens when you add chocolate to clean adult comedy?

You have a great time! And your friends have a great time as well.

For all the chocolate lovers out there this evening’s for you!  If you like everything chocolate; eat it, drink it, and love to cook with it, you won’t want to miss ‘An Evening of Chocolate and Comedy’ at the Fall Fair Hall on May 14, at 7 p.m.

“This is an adult only evening,” says organizer Jill Hayward, “But it is definitely not an X rated show.  This will be clean comedy and magic by well known comedy magician Clinton W. Gray.  Clinton performs at our fall fair each year, wows the kids and keeps everyone smiling.  However, Clinton can also wow the adults with his great comedy and magic mixture – a performance that keeps folks talking long after the event.”

Hayward says holding the event for adults only is all just part of putting on a “classy evening” of fun and socializing.

“We want to give adults a chance to have an enjoyable dress-up evening in the comfort of their own community,” said Hayward, “The evening will be a great opportunity to take out that someone special; especially mom, or that lady in your life.  You’ll experience a great entertainer, while at the same time sampling the absolutely yummy chocolate creations of local chef Andrew Harrison.”

Harrison’s passion for chocolates has led him to develop a complete line of specialty chocolate creations.  His mouth watering truffles are made with 100 per cent pure Belgian chocolate, and he also offers old fashioned chocolate cupcakes and cream pies, Italian chocolate mousse, and European hot chocolate drinks made in a variety of flavours. Harrision is the proprietor of Simply Delicious Chocolates and says he is well prepared to serve up an amazing array of fine chocolate offerings during ‘An Evening of Chocolate and Comedy’.

“We’re just in the planning stages now,” said Hayward, “But I expect we will have tickets available for sale by the middle of this week.”

Tickets will be $15 for adults and $10 for seniors.  They will be available at the Star/Journal office, Barriere Country Feeds, and the North Thompson Volunteer and Information Centre.  The event is hosted by the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association, and any profit made will go towards the North Thompson Agriplex project.  Anyone who would like more information or tickets can contact Hayward at 250-319-8023.