Marvel At More Than 50 Sculptures At New Jersey’s Most Unique Ice Festival This Winter
Ice carving is one of the most impressive winter art forms, as the crafters always know that one wrong move could splinter a mighty block of ice and ruin an entire project. It’s not uncommon for states to hold ice festivals so people can see this art form first-hand – but you’ve never seen one like the Fire & Ice Festival in Mount Holly, being held on Saturday, January 28th in 2023. Not only does this ice festival in New Jersey feature countless ice sculptures dotting the grounds of the local campus of Rowan College, but it lives up to both parts of its name – featuring several surprising twists that will give you the warmth you’re looking for after a long day of hanging around ice sculptures. You might have seen some impressive ice festivals before, but you’ve never seen one done Jersey style – until now.
Have you attended the Fire & Ice Festival in Mount Holly in past years? Let us know what you saw – and tasted – in the comments section! If you’re planning to pay a visit, you can follow the official website and Facebook page for all the details leading up to the event. If you can’t get enough of winter in New Jersey, check out this snowy getaway.
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