Auburn Parks, Arts & Rec presents Gingerbread House Contest

  • Tuesday, November 26, 2019 3:40pm
  • Life

Auburn’s second annual Gingerbread House Contest is at noon Dec. 2-16 at the Auburn Community & Event Center, 910 Ninth St. SE.

Stop in at the center to vote on your favorite gingerbread house. Eleven entries will be on display during the tw0-week period. The Parks, Arts & Rec is presenting the contest.

While you’re in the area and feeling festive, check out the White River Valley Museum’s Festival of Trees exhibit: A Celebration of Community and Culture.

Learn about the traditions and cultures that make up the rich tapestry of people that call the South Sound region home. The exhibit features artificial pine trees decorated by local ethnic heritage groups including: Sons of Italy, Iraqi Community Center of Washington, Polish Home, Chinese Americans League, Sons of Norway, White River Buddhist Temple, Pacific Asian Empowerment Program, the Auburn Marshallese Community and more.

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