WIN: Free Passes to Death By Chocolate in Twin Falls
Death by Chocolate is fast approaching and if you want a chance to win free passes to this insanely popular Twin Falls charity event, keep scrolling and enter below for your chance to win one of several pairs we're giving away.
Twin Falls Rotary's Death by Chocolate fundraiser returns in 2024
The annual Death by Chocolate event, hosted by the Twin Falls Rotary Club, is a celebrated fixture in the Twin Falls community, especially for those who adore chocolate. After pausing for two years, this beloved fundraiser made a comeback in 2023. This year, the event is set to take place at the Canyon Crest Event Center in Twin Falls, on the evening of Thursday, February 1, 2024, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
About Twin Falls Rotary Club's Death By Chocolate
Twin Falls Rotary Club's annual Death by Chocolate is a chocolate lover's dream come true. Local chefs showcase their chocolate creations, and attendees can vote on the best chocolate cake, brownie, cookie, candy, and unique dessert. You get to indulge in all of the chocolate you want and vote for your favorites while giving back to the Twin Falls community.
Music and entertainment at Death By Chocolate
Along with all the chocolate treats, you can enjoy music by Crazy Love, a no-host bar, a raffle, and a silent auction. Some of the items you can win include vacation packages, exquisite jewelry from Alpine Jewelers, Twin Falls & Canyon Ridge High School athletic family passes, restaurant gift cards, hair & nail packages, and much more.
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Twin Falls Rotary Club's 17th annual Death by Chocolate details and ticket info
Death by Chocolate is February 1, 2024 from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the Canyon Crest Event Center in Twin Falls, Idaho.
You can purchase advance tickets for $20 at Kurt's Pharmacy in Twin Falls or get them online at the Twin Falls Rotary Clubs website. You can also buy tickets at the gate for $25.
Enter to win free passes to Death by Chocolate:
- Lisa Kidd
- Jan Petersen
- Jacob Dixon
- Elizabeth Gonzalez
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