Runs until Friday, December 3rd, 2021 (See all dates)
Annual Gingerbread House Competition
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The City of Campbell River Recreation & Culture Department is partnering with the Campbell River Downtown Business Improvement Association & the Tidemark Theatre to host its annual Gingerbread House Competition. Entries will be accepted in 3 prize categories, adult, child & family. There’s no cost to enter, but registration is required & open from now until Tuesday, November 23rd. Register online by hitting the link https://campbellriver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/recreation/special-events or pick up a registration form at the Campbell River Community Centre or the Sportsplex. The gingerbread structures can take a variety of shapes & sizes, and don’t necessarily need to be houses.
Entries can be dropped off at following locations:
• Tidemark Theatre
o Thursday, Nov. 25, from 2-4pm
o Friday, Nov. 26, from 12-2pm
• Campbell River Community Centre
o Thursday, Nov. 25, from 5-6pm
Entries will be displayed in the lobby of the Tidemark Theatre for the public to vote on during the following days:
• Tuesday-Thursday, Nov. 30th-Dec. 2nd, from 12-4pm
• Friday, Dec. 3rd, from 12-7pm
The final voting opportunity will be December 3rd, during the Big Truck Parade. Winners will be contacted on Monday, December 6th. There are prize baskets for each category.
There will also be a photo booth in the lobby of the Tidemark Theatre from 4:30-7pm December 3rd. COVID-19 protocols will be in place. Masks must be worn at all times in the Tidemark Theatre.
Competitors will be able to bring their masterpieces home to enjoy after the competition. Pick-up will be from 12-4pm, Tuesday, Dec. 7th, at the Tidemark Theatre.
For more information, hit the link! https://campbellriver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/recreation/special-events
1220 Shoppers Row
The event runs from 12:00am to 12:00am on the following dates.
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