Gingerbread House Decorating

Read a story about this event at Port Washington Patch!

Join our Annual Gingerbread House Decorating Workshops

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Decorate a beautiful themed house, listen to candy-inspired music, make a gingerbread or seasonal craft, and taste delicious refreshments.

The price is $40 for a child with parent.  One additional sibling can share the house for just $10 more.

Click here for details and to REGISTER

See Photos from our 1st Annual Gingerbread Workshop on January 19, 2009.

Welcome all from Nassau, Suffolk, Long Island, Brooklyn, Queens, and beyond!

We can also organize and provide everything you need for your group's Gingerbread House Decorating Workshop.  Call for details. (516) 338-0552

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  1. Robin Newman says:

    An excerpt of my Dec 17th entry from blog,, reads…

    Less than 24 hours later, I was back in the familiar black stretch pants and a baggy sweater…..smushing blue icing with my freshly self-manicured nails onto the roof of an aromatic, freshly-baked gingerbread house. Seth and I took a gingerbread house decorating class with Lil Chefs, and while a far cry from my night on the town, we had fun together. Chef Paula who ran the program did a great job. Marshmallows…big and small. Gum drops. M and Ms. Pretzels. Candy canes…big and small. Twizzlers. Colored Cheerios. Starburst fruit chews. You name it. It was all available for the picking. Seth and I filled up his plate and went to town.

    I loved observing him so focused and at work. He dove right into the project with gusto, as did his fingers, sleeves, pants, etc. Icing was everywhere, but it was worth it. Waffle pretzel windows. Gumdrop snowmen. Candycane chimney. Twizzler fences. His house took on a life of its own, and for me, it was a memorable mother-son activity. I’m not one for playing spy or many of the other inventive games he often likes to engage in at home. But, crafts and anything artsy is totally up my alley.

    Parenting a boy is sometimes a challenge for me. I was a girly girl growing up, and I was all about Barbie dolls, etc. So, when Seth and I can find an activity we both embrace, it’s icing on the cake (or gingerbread house).

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