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Here’s what’s happening around town: Saturday, Nov. 24

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Hello, Sewickley!

Did all that pie you ate over the last few days fail to satisfy your sweet tooth? Check out “The Chocolate Boutique” coming up Monday at the Edgeworth Club.

The event, presented by Tracy McCoy and sponsored by the Woman’s Club of Sewickley Valley, starts with an optional lunch at 12:15 p.m. followed by the free program at 1:30.

McCoy will chat about —what else —chocolate, and attendees can taste some sweets as well.

All are welcome. RSVP to the Edgeworth Club at 412-741-8500. If you have any questions about the program, call 412-741-5818.

What’s the Neighborhood News Network all about? With SewickleyHerald.com, we invite you to experience yourneighborhood news like never before.

If you have anything you’d like to see promoted in this space, send it our way! Email Rachel LaBar, Neighborhood News Network editor, at [email protected] or give her a call at 412-480-7895.

Have a great day, Sewickley!

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