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Plymouth Ice Festival underway

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PLYMOUTH, Mich. (WJBK) -

The sounds of chainsaws could be heard in downtown Plymouth Saturday as artists created some amazing sculptures from blocks of ice.

Click on the video player to watch Ericka Erickson's report

The annual ice festival runs through Sunday, Jan. 12. Here's some of what's in store:

DTE Energy Hot Spot Warming Tent
Warm up in style at the Hot Spot Warming Tent under the Gathering directly across from Kellogg Park.  The Hot Spot features over 20 local vendors and businesses, product demonstrations, a sitting area to take a load off your feet and (most importantly) lots of heat!  The Hot Spot Warming Tent is open during all the official open hours of the event.

Amazing Wintertime Festival Food
Enjoy festival favorites like elephant ears, popcorn, roasted almonds and hot chocolate. All food sales on-site can be enjoyed in the warmth of the DTE Energy Hot Spot - tables and chairs are provided all weekend long...! Looking for a meal indoors?  There are so many wonderful options within downtown Plymouth – from fine dining to a quick bite, candy, cookies and ice cream!  Check out www.downtownplymouth.org for a complete restaurant listing.  

Plymouth Historical Museum two for one admission!!!
Travel back in time through the Plymouth community's example of the American Experience. Learn how the growth of American industry, the advent of the railroad and the invention of the automobile changed America's small towns, especially Plymouth, Michigan! http://www.plymouthhistory.org

Movies at the Penn:

Frozen
Friday, January 10 at 7:00pm
Saturday, January 11 at 4:30 and 7:00pm
Sunday, January 12 at 4:30 and 7:00pm
Thursday, January 16 at 7:00pm
All seats $3.00

 

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