Pemberville Winterfest offers ice sculpting, sleds & skates PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 14 January 2013 11:16
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PEMBERVILLE - Winterfest in Pemberville will feature ice sculptures, antique ice skates and sleds, and snipplebean soup to warm chilly participants.
The event will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Following are the activities scheduled in the village:
• Ice cube competition with each participant receiving 35 ice cubes to create a sculpture. The ice cube creations will then be on display between Pemberville Drug Store and Janelle's Diner. The sculpture competition is open to all ages.
• Ice sculpture display hosted by Higher Ground Coffee Shop.
• Sledding in the school valley, weather permitting. Participants should bring their own sleds.
• Free movies at the Pemberville Opera House, featuring "Ice Age" at 11 a.m. and "Iron Will" at 2 p.m.
• Ice skate collection display at Beeker's General Store. Author Russ Herner will display his book and collection of antique ice skates and skating lanterns.
• Roasted nut station hosted by Java Sensations.
• Old sled and sleigh display hosted by Riverbank Antique Market. People are asked to bring their own antique sleds and share their childhood memories.
• Hot cocoa bar and "Make it, Take it Crafts" at Pemberville Public Library.
• Glass artist hosted by Riverbank Antique Market. Glass Art Studio's Pat Rollins will be demonstrating the copper foil/tiffany method of stained glass construction, featuring stained glass snowflakes and winter themed small panels.
• "Snowmen Galore" hosted by Ohio Country Cupboard.
• Soup and sandwich luncheon hosted by Pemberville-Freedom Area Historical Society, featuring snipplebean soup, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Pemberville Freedom Fire Station.
 

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