Saturday, 3 December 2011

Gingerbread Village by Epicure

City Gallery
Ground 110 Swanston Street 
Melbourne 3000

Did you say Gingerbread?! YUM!

Looking for a fun filled activity for the kids this December? Then look no further than the magical Gingerbread Village by EPICURE. Built entirely out of gingerbread, see if you can spot iconic Melbourne landmarks and the gingerbread chefs getting up to mischief! With activities and plenty of treats for the kids, the Gingerbread Village is sure to add smiles to your festive season.

Photo courtesy of Epicure Events
EPICURE will be showing video footage of the masterpiece that took 2 months for their talented chefs to create. Watch as the village grows and takes shape from blank canvas to the finished version you see at the exhibition. 

Photo courtesy of Epicure Events
EPICURE’s pastry chefs will be whipping up tasty creations which can be purchased at the exhibition. Looking for unique Christmas gifts? Then why not purchase gingerbread men or love hearts, macarons or even chocolate coated nuts? Or be a chef for a day! Pick up a ‘make your own’ gingerbread houses and gingerbread trees.

This Christmas EPICURE are supporting the Starlight Children’s Foundation with all donations received at the exhibition going towards the Starlight Wish Granting program, granting once-in-a-lifetime wishes for seriously ill children. If you’d like to make a donation, collection tins will be available at the exhibition. All donors will receive a cardboard gingerbread man which will be placed on the Christmas tree. Epicure's aim is to have the Christmas tree full of gingerbread men by the 24th December. 

Gypsy loves to blog about talented people doing charitable things. Go Epicure!

For more photos of Epicure's Event, check out the album link on Gypsy's Facebook Page ;-)


  1. Hi! Thanks for visiting our blog and saying hello.
    You are a cutie. We can definitely see the pug in your curly tail! You sure do have a lot of energy running around your yard like that. Mack and I don't like water, but it looks nice and cool.

    Drools and licks,
    Minnie and Mack

  2. What awesome gingerbread structures! The best part? COOKIES!

  3. I am now following you from the blog hop

  4. Wonderful images! I'm now following--can't wait to see more of your world, Gypsy!

  5. Can you believe I never made a Gingerbread House? I wish I would've when my girls were little, but I was always working, working & more working. My oldest daughter makes them with her daughter now. It makes me happy, but it makes me sad if you can understand that. Love your pics. Thanks for playing along with the 4M this week. Already following you! Hope to see you next week too!


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