Want to see some sweet ice sculptures? Head to the 11th annual Mount Clemens Ice Carving Show, Feb. 5-7, 2016. It features dozens of beautiful and glistening sculptures on the streets of downtown Mount Clemens.
For those who are curious about the process of creating an ice sculpture, ice carving demos will take place. This event is completely free and has something to offer for the whole family. Your little ones can easily be included in this eventful weekend, so make sure to bring them along to join in on the fun.
Children will have the magical opportunity to meet Elsa and Spider-Man for a scrumptious continental breakfast. Once they’ve finished eating, they head to the kid friendly zone with numerous activities including face painting for the little ones, carnival games with special prizes, and even putt putt golf for avid, or beginning golfers.
If you are in search of something a little more involving, participate in the giant Candy Land game in the central area of downtown Mount Clemens. The game will be available for playing on both Saturday and Sunday. If you are looking for something educational for the kids as well as yourself, head to the science show, open both days of the weekend as well.
As it is winter and it may be quite cold on the weekend of this event, there is no need to worry about the kids getting too chilly. There will be an indoor Kids Wonderland Warming Center open at all times in case they need a break and warm up.
Stop by and get a lesson in ice sculpture carving, and as well as get a bite to eat with your favorite Disney characters because this weekend is not something to miss.
Times are as follows:
- Saturday: noon-4 p.m.
- Sunday: noon-2 p.m.
- Breakfast with Elsa and Spiderman: 10 a.m.-noon Saturday-Sunday
See the Metro Parent listing for basic details on the Mount Clemens Ice Carving Show.