Gingerbread Jubilee!

Can you guys believe it’s already almost Christmas?! I say this every November, but where did this year go??? Time sure flies when you’re having fun!

December is quickly approaching and in Falls Town that means the annual GINGERBREAD JUBILEE! Let me get you up to speed in case you’re new: every year the Non-Profit Center has a big gingerbread house decorating party. Tickets are $60 each and include admission for one adult and one child (extra kiddos have an additional cost, depending on age). Upon arrival you’ll get a gingerbread house and UNLIMITED candy and icing to decorate! You’ll enjoy some complimentary beer, wine, mimosas and heavy hors d’oeuvres while you have fun sprucing up your house. You’ll also be able to view the houses that were made by local area businesses, as they’ll be having a silent auction for those throughout the day!


All the proceeds will benefit both The Non-Profit Center and the designated non-profit organization for this year. It’s a great way to give back to the community and have some holiday fun in the process! This year’s event falls on December 8, from 10a-9p, so you’ll even have time to go after work! For more information, visit their website.

AND GUESS WHAT?! TWK has two tickets to give away! Comment ON THE BLOG with your favorite holiday tradition and you’ll be entered to win! Winner will be chosen at random November 18.

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14 thoughts on “Gingerbread Jubilee!

  1. Our favorite holiday tradition is our “hot chocolate movie” The kids get to pick a movie and we drink unlimited hot chocolate. It normally ends with us all falling asleep in a big pile on the couch with both kids snuggled on top of me 🙂

  2. We always go out on Christmas Eve and look at Christmas lights. We’ve been doing it since I was a baby and now I’m keeping the tradition with my son!

    1. We do this as well! We don’t usually do it on Christmas Eve, but sometime the week before. Have you seen the MSU Festival of Lights? Chickasha, OK also has a big one!

  3. Our favorite tradition is watching Santa on the tv radar or the new ap on the cell phones on christmas eve. Where you track santa..this was what i did as a im doing it with my kids. This exciting to watch then when he gets close to Texas, we have to go to bed.

  4. Our favorite tradition is the advent envelopes. We have envelopes for each day of advent and in them are a different adventure. Some as simple as watch a movie with hot chocolate to more elaborate ones as going on an trip to somewhere. I normally put the tickets, Starbucks gift cards, or other items in the envelope so it is all paid for and ready to go.
    We have done it as a paper chain also with the events written on them. It works as a count down to Christmas but others adds some fun events.