A Gingerbread House… Or Is It Gingerbell?

A bell with a sweet ring!

Leslie Elvebak of Ballard Landmark sent us this photo of the stately gingerbread house in their lobby. The public is welcome to admire the candy-cane columns, the Necco wafers, and the large gingerbread walls conceived and constructed by the staff at Ballard Landmark (5433 Leary Avenue NW). The BHS role in making the old Ballard city hall bell ring once again is mentioned on the signs displayed around the confection. In return, we are grateful for the Landmark’s important role as host of Ballard bell-related events in 2011. Have a sweet, happy holiday!
Read more about the Ballard Bell:
The Bell Rings
Check out the Web site of Ballard Landmark

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