Chocolate Chess Set Prize at Latrobe Winterfest Tournament!
A chess set made from chocolate is being offered as a major prize at this year's Chocolate Winterfest at Latrobe. The round robin Chocolate Chess competition is one of many free activities that will be offered next Sunday. Chocolate Chess organiser David Hughes said the event would be open to anyone who wanted to play, of any age.
"Chess does a lot of things for young people in terms of developing cognitive skills and spatial awareness, and is something that they can do as well as sports," Mr Hughes said.
Other Chocolate Winterfest events include: Chocolate appreciation masterclass, House of Anvers, Bass Highway, Latrobe, from 9.30am until 1.30pm, Chocolate wonders of wearable art, a display of garments made from chocolate at the Latrobe Memorial Hall, Where's the Talent - singers, dancers, fire twirlers, comedians or magicians will be performing at the Latrobe Bowls Club, from 11am and Chocolate sculpture trail. For more information download a program at www.chocolatewinterfest.com.au
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