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Gingerbread House Decorating Event by Mooo….

XV Beacon is excited to share with our guests that Mooo….and a young-adults’ favorite holiday tradition, the Gingerbread House Decorating event is coming back for the second year on Sunday, December 6th, from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm. Our special arts & crafts activity is suitable for ages 4 to 12, and of course, one parent is welcomed to join the talented young adults!

The event will be taking place in our magnificent hidden gem, The Wine Cellar, decorated in the magical winter theme which we promise, will bring to our guests some special holiday feelings!

It is especially warming to our hearts seeing your beloved children sharing personalized, creative, and fun gingerbread houses with each other; it’s indeed a truly magical moment! The participating guests only need to bring their exciting mood to enjoy this event. The price is $80/ child (excluding tax and gratuity) and will include gingerbread house & decorations, a young adult’s apron, light plated lunch, and beverages.

With the “uniqueness” of 2020, of course, we have considered safe social-distancing practices for our events. For your and our health safety, face coverings will be required on all guests, only to be removed when seated at the table. Upon entering The Wine Cellar, there will be a sanitation station that you are more than welcome to use!

Don’t miss out on this wonderful yearly event and make your table reservation with Mooo…. at 617-670-7944 today, or by email at

Happy Early Holidays!

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