There Will be "Chocolate, Chocolate -- and More Chocolate!" Everywhere on Valentine's Day at Fox Run

THERE WILL BE "CHOCOLATE, CHOCOLATE - AND MORE CHOCOLATE -- EVERYWHERE!" ON VALENTINE'S DAY AT FOX RUN  WHAT: A Valentine's Day 'History of Chocolate' extravaganza at Fox Run, a continuing care retirement community in Novi, MI, in which hundreds of residents will expose their guilty pleasures by sampling an array of chocolate delicacies prepared by the nation's finest chefs. The residents will bask in the nostalgia and romanticism of chocolate as they celebrate Valentine's Day . Family members of residents who have flown into Novi will also participate. And there promises to be a few "surprises," according to the participating chefs. Kevin Cunningham, Director of Dining Services and a chocolatier who admits to having a constant craving for  truffles and cheesecakes, will create many of the chocolate masterpieces himself.  He will serve a selection of cheesecakes that are made from a secret family recipe and are prepared exclusively by him.  The featured entrée will be Anatra al Cioccolatoch, which translates to duck with chocolate.  Other treats will include a variety candies, cakes, dipped fruit and hot chocolate made from both milk as well as white chocolate flavored with liquor. Fox Run's Chefs de Cuisine have assisted Cunningham by gathering chocolate recipes and history from around the world.  The final presentation will challenge some of the best "chocolatiers" across the globe. WHEN AND WHERE: Valentine's Day, February 14, from 4 - 6:30 p.m.,  at Fox Run's Dining Rooms, 41000 Thirteen Mile Road, Novi, MI. ABOUT FOX RUN: Fox Run, which is managed by Erickson Living, has nearly 1,000 residents. It offers extensive wellness and prevention programs, balance assessment and fall prevention programs, and Fitness and Aquatics Centers. Also,  there are scores of resident-inspired and resident-led clubs, committees and interest groups in these categories: art; cards; computers and technology; dance; faith-based and interfaith; film, fitness and sports; games; gardening; lifelong learning; music; literature, philanthropy; political awareness; theater; woodworking; and writing.