Restoring the Gingerbread House makes sense for the town of Norway, Maine as an economic stabilizer and job creator. It is a bright beacon that lights us toward our future by shining a light on the past citizens of Norway who built the town and rebuilt it after the fire of 1894 which destroyed over 60 buildings. Within 6 months, the town was rebuilt.
That same community spirit exists today as various groups seek to renew and restore our architectural assets. One by one they are being returned to use and proving that the investment in a building already there is "bottom line" cost effective as well as aesthetically important in maintaining our unique sense of place.
Please consider a donation. All donations are tax deductible
To mail a donation please send to:
Norway Landmarks Preservation Society
PO Box 525
Norway, ME 04268