One of the Moonlight Madness highlights the last few years has been the gingerbread house competition at The Fix.

All the entries in the Fix Coffee Bar & Bakery’s annual gingerbread house competition. The judges picked the winners on November 16. The houses remain on display at The Fix until November 27.
Cindy and Roxy Williams won the couples (any two people) category with this house.
The judges said, “brilliant work on the roof shingles and icicles.”
Miles Allarie and Katarina Holden were second, with Aerin Gauthier and Lyle Scarf third.
Inara Daw (9) won first in the kids category with this house.
The judges said, “the unicorn theme is just fantastic. Great job!”
Nora Smith was second. Juliet Smith was third
Susan Friesen was first in the adult category.
The judges said, “The attention to detail is amazing.”
Sherri Smears was second
Cori Klassen’s family was first in the family category.
Ruth Raey’s family was second.
Two participants with their gingerbread houses at a Gingerbread House Decorating class on Nov. 12 put on by the Lesser Slave Lake Regional Arts Council. Georgie Gauthier taught the workshop at the Fix. Kids made eight gingerbread houses. Most were entered into the gingerbread competition.
Photo courtesy of the arts council.

This item copyrighted by / Lakeside Leaader   Slave Lake, Alberta

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