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More than 30 downtown Morgantown businesses are participating in the 14th Annual Chocolate Lovers' Day. 

This one-day extravaganza of sweets takes place on Saturday, April 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Registration is at Monongalia Arts Center  at 107 High Street and Arts Monongahela at 201 High Street. 

After registering, participants will receive maps of businesses to visit. 

Each business will have a distinctive hole punch for checking visitors off on their maps.  The maps also function as registration forms for a chance to win a trip for four to Hershey Park sponsored by Main Street Morgantown. 

Each business is worth a certain number of points and, once enough points have been punched onto their maps, participants can return their maps to a registration point to be entered into the Hershey Park drawing.  

This year's Chocolate Lovers' Day promises to be even bigger than the last, with more than 30 participating businesses featuring a different decadent dessert. 

Registration costs $5 per person, and children 5 and under register for free. 

For more information visit www.downtownmorgantown.com.