4 December 2022: Mini Gingerbread House Building

4 December 2022: Mini Gingerbread House Building

Menucha Coffee & Crafts

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4 December 2022: Mini Gingerbread House Building

‘Tis the season… to build your own mini gingerbread house! 

A fun and festive way to spend a Sunday with 1.5 hours of building fun! All tools (and walls) will be provided as well as drinks from the Menucha Kitchen. 

Date: Sunday, 4 December 2022

Time: 11:00 - 12:30

Cost: R250 per person

 
Please RSVP to book your spot! 

For ages 5 and up.

For more information, contact Menucha Coffee & Crafts.

4 December 2022: Mini Gingerbread House Building

Menucha Coffee & Crafts

Menucha Coffee & Crafts in Pringle Bay is a restaurant, coffee shop and lifestyle store all under one roof. Customers can enjoy a delicious selection of breakfast, lunch and sweet treats from a menu that is focused on healthy eating. Menucha Coffee & Crafts also caters for special dietary needs, veg...

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