Make Your Gingerbread, Chocolate House, Win Prizes

gingerbread-968847_1280The Third Annual Long Island Gingerbread and Chocolate House Competition is set for Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Chocolate Duck, 310 Main St., Farmingdale. Now that fall is here, competitors can plan their creations for the Gingerbread and Chocolate House contest—plus this year the contest has being expanded to include chocolate houses in the competition.

The “Victorian Era” is this year’s theme for entries.

The competition includes Adult and Youth Divisions, as well as Amateur and Open Divisions. Prizes will be awarded in each division including a 32-inch TV, cash and gift certificates.

Entry deadline is Dec. 1, for additional information and entry forms contact Christina Bisbee, cakegirl70@aol.com, 516-249-0887, visit www.chocolateduck.com, www.farmingdalevillage.com or join the Facebook event at www.facebook.com/events/1492237877736908.

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