Downtown Alliance announces Parade of Gingerbread Homes locations and creators

A 2019 file photo of Kathy Christensen named her gingerbread display 1st Christmas in Cache Valley.

LOGAN—One of the sights of Christmas in Logan is the annual Downtown Alliance Parade of Gingerbread Homes that lines the windows of downtown businesses. Gary Saxton, executive director of the downtown organization, recently announced this year’s 22nd annual Parade of Gingerbread Homes creators, locations and when people can expect to see the edible Christmas creations.

A 2018 file photo of Megan Call’s Gingerbread house entry “True Aggie” was displayed at the Artist Gallery.

This year’s Gingerbread contest in downtown Logan will be held December 3 to 31.

This year, each architect will have a chance to win one of six $100 grand prizes. Voting ballots are available at downtown Logan host locations, beginning with a special unveiling during the Downtown Gallery Walk hosted by CacheARTS on Friday, December 3, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

This year, the sites and architects are:

Anniversary Inn, 169 East Center Street
Jennifer & Ashlyn Erickson, “Haunted Mansion” 

Cache Valley Antiques, 81 North Main Street
Cassidy Lott Christensen, “Ye Olde Cache Farm” 

Caffe Ibis, 52 East Federal Avenue
Jade Burt, Megan Mattinson, Anne Foster, Dakota Ferrin, Shiloh Burt, “Calvin’s  Christmas on Campus” 

Coppins Hallmark, 15 North Main Street
Sue Ann Salmon & Family, “Olde Logan Library: Elves on the Shelves” 

Ellen Eccles Theatre (CacheARTS), 43 South Main Street
SaQuoyah Boxx, “Common Ground Gingerbread Adventures” 

Lucky Slice Pizza, 64 East Federal Avenue
Kira Jack, “Wintertime Fun Snow Globe” 

Presidio Real Estate, 19 West Center Street
Robyn & Blake Rusch, “Santa Claus is Coming to Center Street”

SE Needham Jewelers, 141 North Main Street
Natalie Lingardo, “Back to the Future” 

The Sportsman, 131 North Main Street
Lindsey Haws, “A Fairytale Christmas” 

U&I Furniture, 28 West 100 North
Cynthia & Samantha Russell, “My Logan Home is My Castle” 

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  • AKH November 26, 2021 at 10:32 pm Reply

    I would go if they were all in one location, such as the old courthouse, but because the city is spreading them out among businesses, it’s clearly just a tactic to get people to bring revenue to downtown Logan. Lord knows that’s all they care about anymore!

    • Donald Gustafson December 1, 2021 at 9:59 am Reply

      They’re mostly within about a one or two block radius, which is not hard to walk around to. It is the Downtown Alliance sponsoring it, not the city. A big chunk of the DA’s stated vision is attracting people to downtown businesses. There shouldn’t be a surprise. We are a capitalist society, after all. That doesn’t mean they aren’t fun to look at, and you can just stand on the street and stare into the windows. Or you can stay home and watch the new episodes of Masters of the Universe that just came out. Oh wait, that show was created by Mattel to sell toys, so you’ll have to watch something else.

  • Carrie Olson November 27, 2021 at 9:01 pm Reply

    Yay! I’m so excited to see all of them. I might even spend a $ or two. I heard AKH is only haunting the courthouse this year, the city is safe.

    • AKH November 28, 2021 at 9:58 am Reply

      You are too adorable! Have a wonderful holiday season and an even better year to come!

      • skeetr November 29, 2021 at 10:33 am Reply

        Can you teach me how to haunt?

  • skeetr M November 29, 2021 at 10:23 am Reply

    Ever since I learned about the ginger shortage in other countries I find it hard to celebrate using the root to make high sugar confectioneries here in the states.

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