DULUTH - Pepperkakebyan or more easily know as Gingerbread City is back in the Northland.
For the second year, the Nordic Center is hosting Duluth’s version of a Gingerbread City.
Starting Nov. 22, gingerbread houses will be on display for the public to enjoy.
“It is something that has been going on in Norway since the 90s. And one of our members grew up in Bergen and said we have to do a Pepperkakebyan. So we’re learning that long word and it just means Gingerbread City,” Alison Aune, and organizer, said.
The display will be open to the public every Friday through Sunday until Dec. 14.