Albany experiences a 'Miracle on Sweet Street'

Suckers, Reese's, and Hershy's are just some of the available candies. / Jenna McWilliams

This time of year everyone has a sweet tooth - but one group is taking it to the next level.

The former Ordinary Coyote building located on Meredyth drive has been transformed into a Wonka-esque shopping experience.

With the purchase of a ticket, 300 people will gain access Tuesday to the 'Miracle on Sweet Street" candy shop from 6 to 8 P.M.

Shoppers will each receive a one pound bag to fill full of goodies to benefit the Children's Miracle Network.

"We ordered hundreds and hundreds of pounds of candy, just in the candy store. Then in the main dining area we'll have a cotton candy machine, chocolate fountain with all the fixin's and a popcorn machine as well, along with heavy hors d'oeuvres" said Amanda Williams.

Tickets are $75 for a family of four and $20 for individuals and are on sale at the Phoebe Foundation. Tickets may be purchased by either stopping by the Foundation Office, located at 410 Fifth Ave., or calling 229-312-4483.

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