Gingerbread houses a holiday delight

Gingerbread houses made by Colebrook residents were on display at the Colebrook Historical Society’s open house. Photo by Alicia Kirsch

COLEBROOK — The Colebrook Historical Society hosted a Gingerbread Open House at the Old Seymour Inn on Dec. 6.  

President Jan Rathbun said they have “about 15 or 16 gingerbread houses” made by Colebrook residents, many of which paid homage to well-known buildings in the area such as the Senior Center and the Church in the Wildwood. 

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