Like any new project, Discover Easton’s new Fire and Ice Festival, which kicked off on Friday night, faced a few challenges.
The first, of course, was the weather. With twenty-five ice sculptures on display, and with what will turn out to be one of the mildest winters on record, events planners needed the assistance of the weather gods to ensure everything didn’t melt.
The second, if the weather was cold, was whether or not families would be willing to go out on a cold night to participate.
Luckily, for Discover Easton and the entire community, both of these possible roadblocks were eliminated as hundreds took the street for the first Chesapeake Fire & Ice Festival, sponsored by the Preston Automotive Group.
And the Spy was there to take in a little of the fun.
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