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2020

PEPPERKAKEBYEN – GINGERBREAD CITY EVENTS

Ninth Annual Nordic Center Pepperkakebyen Opens
Friday, November 20, 7 pm
, the Pepperkakebyen display opens. Don’t miss the Virtual Tour at 7 pm.

Gingerbread Village Duluth, December 12-January 2
Visit participating businesses by using the Walking Tour Map.

CREATING GINGERBREAD 

GINGERBREAD HOUSE DECORATING

Creations Welcome
The sky is the limit! Gingerbread houses created from scratch are always a delight and surprise. Bring to the Nordic Center, 23 N. Lake Ave. (First Floor). Drop off 1-3 pm, Friday, November 13

Purchase Pre-Made Kits
Orders must be placed before November 1. See the website. $20/house.

Join Patrick the Gingerbread Man for the VIRTUAL Workshops
The workshops are free with the purchase of a pre-made kit.
Gingerbread House Assembly. Saturday, Nov. 7, 2-4 pm. Sign up.
Gingerbread House Decorating. Sunday, Nov. 8, 2-4 pm. Sign up.

DROP OFF/PICK UP CREATIONS MADE AT HOME
Everyone is invited to be part of the fun. Gingerbread houses (less than 2 feet wide x 2 feet long) will be on display in local business windows and will be part of the virtual tour.

Fri., November 13 / Sun., January 3. Everyone is welcome to submit their gingerbread creations to the Nordic Center, 23 N. Lake Ave. (First Floor). Drop off 1-3 pm, Friday, November 13. Pick up your creation 1-3 pm, Sunday, January 3.

SHOW OFF
Everyone is invited to post a photograph of their Gingerbread House for the online gallery.  Use #PepperkakebyenDuluth in social media.

ABOUT DULUTH’S PEPPERKAKEBYEN

Duluth Pepperkakebyen Gingerbread City started in 2011 as Son’s of Norway member and Norwegian native, Bente Soderlind’s idea to create a smaller Duluth version of Bergen, Norway’s world’s largest Pepperkakebyen (Gingerbread City) in the world! See More History.

Volunteers from the Son’s of Norway Norton Lodge and Nordic Center of Duluth will again be host the Pepperkakebyen Gingerbread City of Duluth (gingerbread city in Norwegian pronounced: pepper-kocker-BEE-in). This event is free and open to the public to learn about and participate in this Nordic cultural winter celebration and to create traditional gingerbread houses during the holiday season for everyone. You don’t need to be Norwegian to participate! It’s fun for everyone.

The Nordic Center – (Street Level) 23 Lake Avenue, Duluth
email: nordiccenterduluth.org

FACEBOOK.COM/NORDICCENTER

FACEBOOK.COM/DULUTHGINGERBREADCITY

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