Friday, February 11, 2011

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center - The History of Chocolate

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center
is pleased to host
The History of Chocolate
Presented by: Andrea Pedraza, Chocolatier
Date: Friday, February 11, 2011
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Oak Cliff Cultural Center - 223 W. Jefferson Boulevard - Dallas, Texas

Just in time for Valentine's Day,
this program is a great way to spend an evening in Oak Cliff.
Oak Cliff resident,
chocolatier and owner of CocoAndré,
Andrea Pedraza,
presents this one-of-a-kind and tasty lecture on the
history of chocolate
demonstration on chocolate making.

831 West Davis, Dallas
Texas 75208.

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center is currently featuring the Texas Sculpture Association's Annual Meembership Show in the gallery. Sculptors from across Texas have come together to showcase their unique art in this exciting exhibition. For more information on the Texas Sculpture Association, please visit

Admission to the lecture and art exhibition is FREE. Seating for the lecture is limited to 65 patrons, so please RSVP by calling (214) 670.3777 or emailing:


Parking is available along Jefferson Boulevard (meters only active 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM), and in the Oak Cliff Cultural Center event parking lots, located behind the Cultural Center, along Sunset Avenue.


Rachel said...

If I didn't have plans tonight, I would so stop by there! That looks awesome!!


Doris said...

LOL, how funny - I grew up in the 'hood of Oak Cliff...and now it has a Cultural Center? I may have to check it out someday. I can't even imagine it!

Shelly Gregory said...

I admit, I am a chocoholic! If I lived in the Dallas area, I may be attending. However, the Food Network is a close as I can get! Love the chocolate pump!

Anonymous said...

Amazing Choco Stiletto!

janae brooklynn

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