Chocolate Fest 2021
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Living Art - take a photo of yourself or a team member next to and imitating your favourite statue from around the city.
Global Citizens - take a photo of you or a team member with strangers born in at least 3 different countries.
Dance Monkeys - get at least 7 people to celebrate life and dance in a public space.
What a Year - obtain a coin of any denomination from 1999.
Sold! - find a sold sign on a property. Must be a legitimate sign.
Shopping Spree - take a photo of you shopping in a local store.
Safety First - snap a picture of yourself wearing at least 3 items of personal protective equipment.
History 101 - locate a historical monument. Take a photo re-enacting a moment in history with this monument.
Back in Black - find two black cars side by side.
Brilliant - snap a shot of yourself or a teammate standing under a lightbulb as if coming up with a brilliant idea.
The Power of Water - this old relic of a factory once harnessed its power from the stream.
Lost - pretend to be lost in a place where it's impossible to be lost. The use of a Discovery Map in your image is required.
Elm Hall - this location was used as a residence for young females who came to St. Stephen to work at Ganong.
Time for a Change - Gilbert Ganong didn't like the view so he had a team of horses turn this stately home around 180 degrees.
What year did the first Chocolate Festival take place?
What year was St. Stephen officially named Canada's Chocolate Town?
Chocolate is addicting?
How many hand dippers currently work in The Chocolate Museum?
Sweet Swag - Take a picture wearing Chocolate Fest swag.
Sweet location - take a photo at the current Ganong Factory.
Who first proposed the idea of having a Chocolate Festival in St. Stephen?
Let the Fun Begin - take a photo of you or your team participating in one of the Chocolate Fest events.
Mascots - take a picture with one of the Chocolate Fest mascots (The Great Chocolate Mousse and Tiffany).
What year was the first Ganong chocolate bar sold?
This company was bought by Lever - take a picture of yourself or a teammate by their old site.
In 1885 Abbie Todd lived here with her husband.
These local entrepreneurs owned and operated a Grist Mill but at their storefront you could buy breakfast cereal they produced themselves. Take your picture in front of their old store.
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