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IceFest originated in 2002 to help shake the mid-winter blues that fall upon us. A large group of volunteers came together to bring displays and other activities to get us out of our houses and into our local community. Over the years, the committee has grown, the events have grown and the crowds have grown.

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717-263-8529

717-264-7101 ext. 204

chambersburgicefest@gmail.com

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Icefest 2020 January 30-February 2
Special Thanks to Presenting Sponsor:

2020 SUNDAY EVENTS

Events are free unless otherwise indicated by a dollar sign $

Official IceFest events are in pink

12-3pm

  • Kids' Zone-Obstacle Course and Scavenger Hunt - with a FREE inflatable obstacle course, courtesy of AE Bounce House Rentals, located in the parking lot near 47 N. Main, (sponsored by Marco)   >> More Details

  • Children’s Book Walk through downtown: “The Magician” by Sherri Maret, beginning at the Council for the Arts, 103 North Main Street. Follow the pages and meet the author at the Council. 717-264-6883.

 

12:30PM

 

12-4PM

  • FREE Double-Wide Ice Slide - Located in the parking lot near 133 S. Main St. Sponsored by the Chambersburg Recreation Department.  >> More Details

  • Festival Food Vendors - On the square $

  • The Foundry Artist Cooperative, 100 South Main Street, local art and fine craft, hands-on art projects for kids and adults.

  • “Penn’s Woods Printmakers: All Media Show”, an exhibit of paintings and drawings, as well as etchings, linocuts and other hand-pulled prints, 11/30 Visitors Center, on the square next to Central Presbyterian. Also on display: artwork by CASD elementary and middle school students. 717-267-1396.

  • Chambersburg Quilt Guild raffle: "Tribute to A Cure” at 11/30 Visitors Center, on the square next to Central Presbyterian:  A portion of the proceeds will go Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance.

 

2pm

 

2-4pm

  • Artist Reception for the "Something Old, Something New" Exhibit at the Old Jail on 175 East King Street, free to the public

 

3pm

  • Scavenger Hunt Winners Announced,  prizes awarded in two age groups for correctly filled out Scavenger Hunt forms in the Kids' Zone on North Main Street.