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Brrr..Ice on Whyte returns to Old Strathcona

Ice carving competitions bring a festive atmosphere to Edmonton's Whyte Ave. this week
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Magical ice sculptures are back in Old Strathcona. Check it out this week. Photo submitted.

It's a mild wintery weekend--a perfect time to take in Ice On Whyte in Old Strathcona.

Ice On Whyte welcomes all to a world of winter magic through Feb. 6. This year, 11 internationally recognized snow and ice carvers from across Canada turn Dr. Wilbert McIntyre Park into a breathtaking sculpture garden of ambiance and wonderment. Alongside eight signature pieces, visitors can enjoy ice carving demonstrations and--at the Chippers ice carving tent for kids and adults--try a hand at ice carving themselves.

Fat Franks is on site with its outdoor menu options--who doesn't love hot chocolate and fire pits to stay warm too?

Visit Ice on Whyte from 5pm to 9:30pm on weekdays, and 10am to 9:30pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Closed Monday, Jan. 31. Tickets are available online or at the gate. The Restrictions Exemption Program (REP) is in effect for this event which means we require all visitors 12+ to show proof of vaccine. Masks are encouraged on site and required when in the Chippers tent. To comply with current AHS Restrictions, the site will be operating at a reduced capacity. All activities are built to accommodate physical distancing,

Dr. Wilbert McIntyre Park 8331 104 Street NW, Edmonton Tickets: Adults $6 Child $4 (2 to 13 years old), Under 2 free Family Pack (2 adults & 2 children) $18 Tickets are available online and at the gate (cash, debit, Visa, MasterCard accepted). 

More information and tickets visit: www.iceonwhyte.ca