Each passing week brings us closer to Art on Chocolate, and we can’t wait to share more about our exciting vendors! Take a look at a few of the over 130 vendors that will be in Hershey on May 13 for Art on Chocolate!
Art on Chocolate isn’t possible without the help of our committed volunteers! If you’re interested in joining in on the fun as an Art on Chocolate volunteer, sign up here.
Over 12 years ago, Nick Duvall founded Duvall Leatherwork in what the company calls “the classic All American story of making your lifelong hobby a successful, growing business.” Along with leatherworkers Ed Hudanick and Kaleena Berkosky, Nick’s business sources, cuts, and processes nearly 5,000 square feet of cowhide, goatskin, and pigskin from around the world in their Northeastern PA workshop.
Rebecca Francis’ beautifully designed, hand woven rugs are sure to be a showstopper at this year’s Art on Chocolate. Rebecca has been weaving for more than 30 years, and her experience shines through in her work, which can be found “from homes built in the 18th century to homes built last year.” Her rugs have been featured in Country Living’s “Classics You Can Buy” section, as well as Early American Life’s Directory of Top 100 Craftsmen!
Lamps From the Attic
Re-Purpose, Re-Cycle, Up-Cycle, (even Bi-Cycle) is the motto of this business’ quirky take on reusing the old to create something entirely new. Lamps From the Attic takes everyday items and keeps them out of a landfill by turning them into one-of-a-kind lamps and furniture.
Art on Chocolate is produced by the Downtown Hershey Association and Hershey-Derry Township Historical Society. We’ll be providing event-day information on featured artists, entertainment, and parking options, as well as road closures and detour routes as we get closer to the event at ArtOnChocolate.com.