Holiday Treats

Lynn Miller, co-owner of Go-Go Pops in Cold Spring, has recreated iconic buildings of the village in gingerbread, which now line her shop window on Main Street. She said she was “deeply saddened by the fact that the lovely St. Mary’s-in-the-Highlands, sitting at the center of our village, struggles to maintain its place in our lives [because of financial difficulties]. I wanted to honor its history by showcasing it in our window but needed to fill out the tableau to reflect the beauty and cheerfulness of our village during the holidays.”

From left: Sky Baby building, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Halls 1875 Building, Cold Spring Bandstand, Butterfield Library, Village Hall and United Methodist Church (Photo by Michael Turton)

Miller also led a gingerbread and cookie craft workshop at the shop, at 64 Main St., on Dec. 2 and will lead another on Dec. 16, although it is nearly full.


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