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Power of Chocolate

The National Museum of the American Indian’s annual“Power of Chocolate” festival will be held Saturday, Feb. 12, and Sunday, Feb. 13. This celebration of culture, music, dance, art, science and food explores the rich history and ongoing story of chocolate with an assortment of presentations, including spectacular Bolivian dance groups, demonstrations by seldom-seen Kuna artists from Panama who create beautiful molas or cloth appliqués, food demonstrations and a “chocolate talk” about the mythology and history of the cacao plant. To learn more click this link: “chocolate.“ (Illustration by Joe Poccia

The National Museum of the American Indian’s annualPower of Chocolate” festival will be held Saturday, Feb. 12, and Sunday, Feb. 13. This celebration of culture, music, dance, art, science and food explores the rich history and ongoing story of chocolate with an assortment of presentations, including spectacular Bolivian dance groups, demonstrations by seldom-seen Kuna artists from Panama who create beautiful molas or cloth appliqués, food demonstrations and a “chocolate talk” about the mythology and history of the cacao plant. To learn more click this link: “chocolate. (Illustration by Joe Poccia)

 
 
 

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