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December
2005

Gingerbread Homes for Animals

Gingerbread Animal HomesThis holiday season your dog’s dream for an edible home has come true. Pastry chefs from around New York City were asked to create gingerbread homes inspired by the animals they love. The edible shelters will be on display at Central Park’s Dana Discovery Center from December 1-11, 2005. Admission is free and visitors can participate in arts and crafts workshops, including cookie decorating, and enter a raffle to wine one of the creations. Visitors on Dec. 4 from 2-5pm will also be able to take a picture with a giant miniature schnauzer (not sure if this is in edible form or not!) All proceeds go to benefit at-risk animals.

Gingerbread Homes for Animals
December 1- 11, 2005
Central Park, Dana Discovery Center
2/3 subway to 110th street & Lenox Avenue



3 COMMENTS SO FAR...

Kristin says on December 2nd, 2005 at 8:10 pm:

Another reason I need to live in NY!

Laurie says on December 4th, 2005 at 2:29 pm:

I Think this is a grat idea & wish I could be there (with Sam Maggie) to see all the displays…

Jessica "Su Good Eats" says on December 4th, 2005 at 10:15 pm:

Hi Kelli, I went to this exhibit yesterday. When I saw the Polka Dot house, I thought of you.



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