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Head to Caro's Gingerbread Village to spend quality time with family and friends while taking part in fun holiday activities. Enjoy Gingerbread house competitions, lunch with Santa, Christmas concerts, craft activities and more! Be sure to lookout for the mascots of the event, Fred and Ginger Bread. Visit the event website for additional information.
Soaring Eagle Casino Entertainment HallDecember 27, 2014 8:00 PM
6800 Soaring Eagle Boulevard
Mount Pleasant, MI 48858
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