Team Ethan is looking forward to saying hello to all of you at this Sunday's Chocolate Festival at the Xavier University, Cintas Center from Noon to 5pm! Stop by our booth for information about how you can help Team Ethan. ... See MoreSee Less
The Pampered Chef Online Fundraiser in honor of Ethan Kadish
October 1, 2014, 12:00am
Mason, Ohio, Pampered Chef consultant, Cindy Bransford is hosting an online fundraiser for HelpHOPELive in honor of Ethan Kadish.
All Stoneware & Bakeware is 20% off!
All items will be shipped directly to guests unless local pickup is arranged.
Cincinnati Chocolate Festival Makes Life Sweeter For Those In Need
CINCINNATI, OH--The Isaac M. Wise Temple Sisterhood is hosting its 5th annual chocolate festival--an event that has garnered over $30,000 a year in support for local non-profits and causes. The festival takes place Sunday, October 19 at Xavier University’s Cintas Center from noon to 5:00 p.m. Over 3,000 people typically attend this event.
Amongst the beneficiaries this year is Team Ethan--a story that has captured the hearts of many in the Tri-State because it involves a 13-year-old Loveland boy who will need a lifetime of medical treatments after a lightening strike at camp left him with permanent injuries. “The Chocolate Festival’s mission is to make life better for those in need,” said Lisa Cooper, Festival Chair. “It’s a remarkable experience to see so many people attend the festival in support of causes in their communities.” Other festival beneficiaries will include Interfaith Hospitality Network, Over-the-Rhine Soup Kitchen, The Assistance League and The Freestore Foodbank. Remember to bring in your canned goods for Freestore Foodbank’s collection at their Festival booth.
Festival attendees purchasing general admission tickets at Kroger or the door can sample chocolate from vendors throughout the Tri-State area, attend celebrity chef cooking demonstrations and/or vendor competition judging, enter prize raffles, and/or bring their kids, 12 and under, for free. The Kids Zone offers inflatables, jewelry making, face painting and entertainment by Mason’s School of Rock, The Marvelous Toy, and Magic and Balloon Sculptures of Chuck Arkin. Those 21 or over wanting to attend a wine tasting with food pairings can purchase entry to the Bella Luna Lounge for an extra fee.
Admission to this event is $10.00 at the door. Discounted $7.00 tickets will be available through local Kroger stores beginning in October 1, 2014. Children 12 and under are FREE (must be accompanied by an adult). Admission to this event includes 1 Cincinnati Chocolate Festival admission wristband and 5 tickets for sample tastings and Kids Zone activities.