With visions of sugar plums dancing in their head, patrons of the Kearny Library entered in to be greeted by eye candy too tempting to ignore.
Such as “A Princess Winter Dance’, Candice Garcia’s gingerbread entry, which consisted of a castle sporting four towers made of inverted ice cream cones, and a moat of icing surrounding the castle, A draw bridge was down, awaiting the arrival of the Prince, while inside the castle were three fondant princesses made, also waiting for their prince and a chance to dance.
In the youth category, Chico Estrada made a replica of his dog house at home. The name Spike was written on the front of the dog house with blue icing. Inside the dog house were all the things a dog might bring into his house. It was snowing doggy treats and he even had a few bird droppings on the roof. This holiday display
The two above are just as sampling . As host of the Gingerbread Fantasy contest sponsored by the Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce, the library was graced with several mouth-wateringly artistic structures in a holiday display which delighted all, whether coming in specifically to view the creations or just for the usual wonderful selection of reading materials available.