The Culinary Arts Institute of Montgomery County Community College has again created a gingerbread house for Laurel Hill Mansions 2016 holiday display.
They have also made gingerbread men and women which will be sold at Laurel Hill Mansion by The Women for Greater Philadelphia.
Julia Quay and Francine Marz. from the Culinary Arts Institute of Montgomery County Community College creators of the Laurel Hill Mansion Gingerbread House with the chairwomen of the board of Women for Greater Philadelphia, Alma Jacobs
Come marvel at the 2014 Gingerbread House Display of The Historic Houses of Fairmount Park in the Liberty Place’s rotunda. Chefs Julia Quay and Francine Marz. from the Culinary Arts Institute of Montgomery County Community College created one of the most amazing gingerbread houses of all time. This gingerbread house celebrating Laurel Hill Mansion should go down in history as one of Philadelphia’s best edible attraction. Some of the city’s most iconic attractions, including two Septa trains, the houses of Boat House Row, the skulls from the Mutter Museum, the Zoo Balloon of the Philadelphia Zoo, the colorful lights of the Pennsylvania Convention Center, and the storefronts of Boyds, Macy’s, The Gallery, Moriarty’s, Geno’s Steaks and the Reading Terminal Market are represented in the elaborate extravaganza that is the Laurel Hill Mansion Gingerbread House!
Come to the Liberty Place, and support us and MCCC, and the rest of the impressive gingerbread houses on display.
Then join us at Laurel Hill Mansion on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Preview Reception for The Charms of Yesteryear, Laurel Hill Mansions 2014 theme for the historic houses of Fairmount Park holiday tours.