"Pretty much we have full groups of adults that have been doing camp, too," Peterbrooke manager Jordan Cartledge said last week. "Today, I have a whole family that’s going to be doing it, I believe."
Campers will have the opportunity to temper, trickle and taste chocolate straight from the shop, allowing adults to feel like kids again.
Though the camp has been previously marketed toward children, Cartledge said there is actually no maximum age limit to take part in the fun. There is an age minimum though, and this year, participants need to be at least 8 years old unless a parent is present for the class.
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