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Norman Chocolate Festival

Norman Chocolate Festival will be returning to Norman North High School from 10 am to 2 pm, Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019!

The Norman Chocolate Festival is an annual event with a rich history of bringing the community together to support education. During the festival, partnering restaurants and businesses will offer thousands of samples of delectable treats for those who wish to purchase tickets. Tickets can be purchased for 4 one-hour-long sessions. During each session, ticket holders will receive 10 tastes. Premium admission ticket holders will receive 5 additional tastes. Proceeds from this event will support education in Norman Public Schools through the Norman PTA Council.

The Norman Chocolate Festival has a no-refund policy.

Limited-edition event T-shirts are available for pre-order with the online purchase of a ticket or a donation through EventBrite. T-shirts will also be available at the festival.

Participating restaurants and businesses

Nosh

Apple Tree Chocolate

Rusty's Custard Factory

The Diner

Eskimo Sno

Amy Cakes

Jaguar Fundraising

World's Finest Fundraising 

International Student Exchange 

Loveworks

... and more!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/norman-chocolate-festival-2019-tickets-49795991150

The Norman PTA Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization chartered under the Oklahoma state and National PTA.  The mission of the PTA is three-fold: to support and speak on behalf of children and youth in the schools, in the community, and before governmental bodies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children; to assist parents in developing the skills they need to raise and protect their children; and, to encourage parent and public involvement in the public schools of this nation.  The PTA Council in Norman is made up of 20 PTA units at all levels (elementary, middle, and high schools) and represents almost 4,000 members.


Claudia Griffith PTA Scholarship Application


In 2018, Norman PTA Council has renamed its scholarship program to honor the late Claudia Griffith for her legacy of leadership and volunteerism in Norman’s PTAs.  Before becoming a state representative and executive director of Health for Friends, a healthcare non-profit, Griffith served as PTA president at Jefferson Elementary, Longfellow Middle School and Norman North High School.

 

“Claudia was a tireless advocate for children and truly loved being a member of the PTA. Our schools are the hub of our community, and her legacy of service shows the incredible progress that can happen when we begin our focus on our most important resource, our children,” said Annette Price, Norman PTA Council president. “We are grateful to the Griffith family for continuing to be a part of PTA’s vision of advancing education opportunities for our young people.”

 

The Norman PTA Council’s scholarship fund is made possible through donations from area businesses and proceeds from the Norman Chocolate Festival.

 

Scholarship applications must be postmarked by June 1, 2019.  Download the application for requirements and more details.