Love gingerbread? A fan of architecture and construction? Dream of building your own home or designing a structure? Then this class is for you!
Learn the basics of building construction and architectural design at this all-ages, family-friendly, kid-oriented workshop taught by Eric Cheever, the fun-loving Exhibits & Collections Curator for the Stearns History Museum. Eric will show you the inner workings of construction and design and teach about basic building elements during this hands-on class. Engage your inner architect or builder while creating your own structural masterpiece using icing and gingerbread. It’s sure to be a sweet treat!
Gingerbread Architecture: The Sweet Elements of Design will be held twice: the first on November 18 and the second on December 2.
This class on December 2 will be held at the Robinson-Stanton House, Benton County Historical Society, 202 2nd Avenue South, Sauk Rapids, MN 56379.
General admission is $15. Sliding scale admission options are also available. Register here.
This class is brought to you by Rethos: Places Reimagined. Rethos Education is financed in part by the State of Minnesota from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the Minnesota Historical Society.
This event is sponsored by GLTArchitects and Cold Spring Bakery.