Limited number of starter gingerbread kits available for purchase for $12.
Sunday, December 7: Completed Gingerbread displays are due by this date.
Drop off location at The Beacon Public Space Project, 5 Cliff Street, 2nd Floor, Beacon on Mondays, Wednesdays,
Thursdays and Fridays between 9 am and 5 pm.
INCLUDE WITH YOUR ENTRY ON A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER:
- The names of people involved in gingerbread creation / If children are involved you may include their names and ages.
- Your email address and telephone number
- Name of project/entry
Sunday, January 11: Gingerbread Trail ends.
Artists may pick up their entries at their respective business store fronts during regular business hours.
Participants must make these arrangements with stores. Gingerbreads left past January 14 will be disposed.
1. Finished Gingerbreads must be delivered by December 7th to The Beacon Public Space
Project, 5 Cliff Street, 2nd Floor, Beacon.
2. Must be made of 100% edible goods. No plastic cups, wooden sticks, candy
wrappers, lollypop sticks, etc. Entry
should be at least 75% gingerbread.
3. Entry must be constructed of gingerbread (no graham crackers, cookies, etc.).
4. Unwrapped candies may be added to expand onto the design.
No non-edible materials such as lollypop sticks.
5. Structure could be architectural or not – real or imaginary – (i.e. house, train station,
bridge, ship, lighthouse, spaceship).
6. Entry must have been constructed in 2014.
7. There will be no judging of entries but we do reserve the right to not showcase an
entry we deem inappropriate or is not accepted by any store.
8. The finished entry can be placed on up to a limit of 16×16 inch firm sturdy board such as foam core. The board should be covered in foil and then
the foil will need to be covered with an edible medium such as frosting. The
foil serves as a barrier so the board does not deteriorate.
9. Electrical components are allowed such as interior lighting or motorization but all else
must be edible. All batteries or cords must be provided by the artist.