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Platter’s Chocolates Annual Christmas Bash in North Tonawanda

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By: Brendan McDonough

Reporter for North Tonawanda

Platter’s Chocolates is more than just a place to enjoy sweet treats this holiday season. This past weekend North Tonawanda’s largest chocolatier held its annual Christmas Bash.

Organizers have been holding the event for the past three years and say that it has become a community tradition.

This year there was a line out the door for people waiting to see Santa and Mrs. Clause. Also in attendance was Balloon Brothers; twisting balloon into all kinds of shapes, for the kids to enjoy.  There was also a magic show and carriage rides.



It’s all for free and organizers says it’s the sparkle in the eyes of children who attend that make it all worth it.

“When I was a kid, I remember my mom use to bring me to things like this and it was such a special time and that whole environment of peaceful, family and love,” said John DiGuiseppe ,VP of Business Development. “To see kids with their eyes wide open is amazing, because it is a tougher world today and I see myself and my family when we were that age and it’s just nice that we can bring them a little bit of that.”

Organizer says they also wanted to give something back to the community and residents because people across North Tonawanda have been so good to them.


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