Family Gingerbread House Workshop

WHEN: Saturday, December 15, 2012 at 2:00PM - 5:00PM
WHERE: Blithewold Mansion

A gingerbread house makes a picture-perfect holiday decoration and a sweet treat. During this hands-on workshop, the whole family will work together to create the candy-filled house of your dreams. This year, to celebrate our international holiday celebration, we will also learn about the history of the traditional German lebkuchenhaus!

Space is limited. Price per house: $35 Member

                                                      $40 Non-member


(1 person free with purchase of a house. Each additional person working on the house is $5.)

The fee includes all materials. Feel free, however, to bring along a special treat that you would like to use in your unique house.

To register for Family Gingerbread House Workshop please click here.


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