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MSU Museum Chocolate Party Benefit

Sunday, February 23, 2014
1:30 – 3:30pm
Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center
219 S. Harrison Road, East Lansing, MI

The Michigan State University Museum Chocolate Party marks its 25th year in 2014 and this silver anniversary inspires the event’s theme. Culinary competitors will create their elaborate and edible masterpieces inspired by “Anniversaries, Birthdays, and Celebrations.” In addition, the MSU Museum will feature exhibits showcasing a number of artifacts and specimens from the science and culture collections.

The MSU Museum’s collections represent the wonders of the natural and cultural world. Proceeds from the annual Chocolate Party Benefit fund proper care of the Museum’s collections – ensuring preservation and access by future generations.

View prize –winning creations from our chocolate competition

Sample chocolate confections from our region’s leading food purveyors

People’s Choice Award – select your favorite

TICKETS:Purchase Tickets Online Now
General Admission: $30
Museum Members: $25
Tickets at the door: $35
Premier Chocolatier: $75

Premier Chocolatier ticket holders receive:
early party preview
samples of competition and chocolatier pieces
master chef demonstration
one year MSU Museum membership

General Admission tickets available
in advance at the following outlets:

Bake N' Cakes
3003 E. Kalamazoo St., Lansing

Sweetie-licious Bakery Café
108 N. Bridge St., DeWitt

For more information about becoming a Chocolate Party culinary competitor contact: Mike Secord, 517-432-4655,

Gold Sponsor:
Great Lakes Gourmet
Additional Sponsors: Burgdorf Winery / Marriott / Larry Cushion Trophies & Engraving / Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center
Media Sponsor: WLMI 92.9

Sample chocolate confections from these leading food purveyors:
Bake N' Cakes
Dove Chocolate Discoveries
How Sweet It Is
Mindo Chocolate Makers
The Sweet Cake Company
Wright Endings

Lilybrooke Confections
Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center

Highlights from the 2014 MSU Museum Chocolate Party.
photographs by Pearl Yee Wong