By Amalia Kortright, For The Tribune
BIRMINGHAM — The Disability Rights and Resources organization is holding their 2nd annual Magic City Chocolate Challenge on Thursday, June 16 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Old Car Heaven in Birmingham.
Bakers, chefs and caterers from all over the area will be showcasing their talents and competing for the Chocolate Glory Award.
Guests can expect to sample a chocolate dish from each competitor, and vote on their favorite for the People’s Choice Award. The event will also include live music and an auction. Guests can also tour the vintage car displays and buy food from local, award-winning food trucks.
The Magic City Chocolate Challenge is part of the Power of Hope and Freedom campaign, which advocates for the advocacy and education about people with disabilities. The proceeds of this event will benefit several programs and services available to those with disabilities.
Tickets are $20 each, and can be purchased online here or at their office at 1418 6th Ave. N. They can also be purchased on-site at the event. One child is admitted free with one adult ticket.