December 26th-January 10th:Candy Shopping, hitting every After Christmas Sale Imaginable.
January 1st:Old Village Gets Torn Down
January 2nd:All Components of Village that are saved are put away, as is new candy
February 1st - February 28th:Review Photography from Previous Season
March 1st - 31st:Draft Design of New Village
April:Start Making Icing supports and bridges
Late May:Start doing trees, snowmen, signage
Late June:Start Working on Candy Mosaics
Late July:Start working on heavier houses, ones coated entirely in candy
Early September:Start working on all bigger houses
Early October:Start working on all smaller houses
Late October:All detail work, shudders, wreaths, signs, trains, cable cars
Early November:Check work versus schematics to ensure everything
GingerBread Lane is displayed every year from early November to New Year's. Even though it is only on display for a couple of months, the whole process actually is a year round process.