Edible Evansville on Display at Evansville Day School Local landmarks and places of interest made of gingerbread to be unveiled on December 12th. Evansville, Indiana: The 8th grade art students, under the guidance of teacher Leilani Moore, have been hard at work recreating local landmarks and places of interest from the Evansville area entirely of gingerbread. The display will be unveiled for public viewing on Friday, December 12 from 8am – 10am in the Traylor Atrium at Evansville Day School. The creation of a gingerbread village has been a longstanding tradition in the 8th grade at Day School; however, this year the students were allowed to choose a building they wanted to recreate. The students made their selections, which include The Reitz Home Museum, the Ford Center, the Pagoda, Stephen Libs Candies, the Greyhound bus station, and Turonis Forget-Me-Not just to name a few. The selected businesses have been invited to the unveiling and were sent special notes from the students explaining why they were chosen. Evansville Day School is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS) and the Indiana Department of Education (grades 9-12) and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). Evansville Day School is an academic community whose doors are open to all students without regard to race, religion, sex or national origin. Media are invited to attend. For more information, please contact Tiki Geer, Director of Marketing and Communications, at 812-476-3039.