Build a Gingerbread House To Complete The RiverCenter for the Performing Arts Village!

The RiverCenter for the Performing Arts ask the community to participate in building a gingerbread house for their village!

Staff at the Rivercenter felt it was important to continue to offer this popular attraction during these challenging times.  Providing an opportunity for any who wish to escape for a few minutes to delight in the creations of others.  Just a reminder that this is not a competition.  Also, visitors to The Village delight in every creation no matter how simple or intricate.

Here is a list of participants so far:

Visit Columbus, GA

Kathy Smith – Spanish Mission Theme

WLTZ Morning Show

St. Luke School

Infantry Museum

PMB Radio/Corner Bakery

Uptown Life Group (Mabella’s, saltcellar, The Loft)

Willow Point Dental

This year the staff at the Rivercenter suggest a theme of “My Favorite Things”.  The Rivercenter designed the lobby spaces to allow for social distancing and to be fun.  There is no fee to place a house in The Village, The Village will be open during all regular business hours and on special days to coincide with various events.  There is no admission fee for those who want to visit The Village.  There are no prizes or awards beyond taking delight in creating something delightful and delight in sharing that with others who will take delight in viewing your good work.

This year the RiverCenter will be doing a lot of social media promotion to generate traffic and recognize the creators and showcase their talents.  The Rivercenter will offer “Bubble Tours” for special populations that need extra precautions and sanitation requirements.  For these “Bubble Tours”, we will be seeking restaurants that would offer a lunch to go for the participants to purchase to make their visit to RiverCenter a complete experience.

Visit https://www.rivercenter.org for a form for you to use to sign up for a space so the Rivercenter can begin to promote your participation in The Village.

Courtesy: Norm Easterbrook, Executive Director for the Rivercenter for the Performing Arts

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