This weekend, take a trip up north to take part in the 18th Annual Chocolate Festival in Greenville. But first, you gotta order your chocolate.

This year's event features chocolates from local bakers and will function differently than your usual festival. This year, you can purchase boxes of chocolates before noon on Wednesday, February 16th at and preorder your boxes of chocolates in advance of the event

On Sunday, February 20th, you'll be able to stop by and pick up your order and enjoy a box of chocolates made by Moosehead Lake Region chocolatiers and bakers.

Preorder boxes of chocolates before Wednesday at noon

To take part in this year's festival, preorder your boxes of chocolate at the Destination Moosehead Lake Square site.

Boxes are $10 and will provide you with 10 pieces of assorted, locally made chocolate. They also have kids boxes available at half the price with 5 pieces of locally made chocolate inside.

On the website, you can also choose to donate to Destination Moosehead Lake to help the region continue planning and coordinating events in the Moosehead Lake Region.

You can purchase by credit card as well as ApplePay and GooglePay.

Once purchased, boxes will be ready to be picked up at 241 Pritham Avenue in Greenville this Sunday, June 20th at noon.

About Destination Moosehead Lake

Destination Moosehead Lake is a marketing group that attracts tourists and neighbors to the Moosehead Lake Region. Its officers and board of directors consist of local business people and locals who love their piece of Maine. The group's mission statement is all about bringing money to the region: "Destination Moosehead Lake builds local economic vitality through cooperative marketing, community partnerships, and delivery of quality experiences that attract visitors and visitor spending and help position the Moosehead Lake region as an appealing place to live and do business."

Check out the Destination Moosehead Lake website to see where to eat, shop and explore in the Moosehead Lake Region.

Enjoy locally-made chocolate in Moosehead

Take a ride up to Greenville and take part in this year's Chocolate Festival! For more information about the event, follow the '18th Annual Chocolate Festival' event page on Facebook hosted by Destination Moosehead Lake.

Here's how the lake is looking about now, in case you are wondering.

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