Iconic Fort Hall replicated in gingerbread

Mother/daughter team Dianne Fraser and Summer Stewart created this masterpiece on display at Fort Langley Library.

Mother/daughter team Dianne Fraser and Summer Stewart created this gingerbread replica of the Fort Langley Community Hall. This amazing creation is on display at the Fort Langley Library located on the bottom of the hall.

Have you seen the gingerbread version of the Fort Langley Community Hall currently on display at the Fort Langley Library? It’s worth checking out. No eating it, though!

Mother/daughter team Dianne Fraser and Summer Stewart created this masterpiece.

The gingerbread replica has all the details of the historic Fort Hall, right down to the back stairs and library on the bottom floor.

Made out of candy cane, gingerbread and plenty of icing, this impressive display of Fort Langley’s iconic community hall is expected to be on display at the Langley Centennial Museum after its stay at the library.

The Fort Library is open Wednesday, until 8 p.m., and Thursday and Friday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

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