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December 16, 2013

Ice Pop 2013 Brings Some Of The World’s Most Talented Ice Sculptors To Logan Square For A Number Of High Energy Shows, Through January 1

On select days through January 1, live ice carving takes over the courtyard at 3 Logan Square for Ice Pop 2013. Spearheaded by Peter Slavin, a renowned ice sculptor who has created ice molds all over the world… and we’re not talking your regular ice molds, he’s created everything from courtyard centerpieces to an indoor […]

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January 31, 2013

Manayunk On Ice Returns For A Third Year Of Live Ice Sculpting, Musical Performances And More, February 8-10

Manayunk’s popular Manayunk on Ice festival is back. From February 8-10, Main Street and the surrounding area will be turned into an ice wonderland. The unforgettable weekend begins with a huge ice bonfire on Friday night, and as the weekend continues, ice activities are in no shortage. Ice carvers will create ice sculptures all down […]

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December 6, 2011

Manayunk Presents The 2nd Annual “Santa On Ice” Carving Demo, This Saturday, December 10

For the second year in a row, the Manayunk Development Corporation presents “Santa On Ice,” during which world-class ice carver Peter Slavin, founder of the “Fear No Ice” performance troupe, will carve and sculpt huge blocks of ice into a crystalline throne of ice for Santa Claus. Santa will sit and pose for photos from […]

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February 8, 2011

The First Annual “Manayunk On Ice” Winter Festival Takes Place February 11-13: Food, Shopping, Ice Carving Competitions And More

The Manayunk Development Collaboration will present the first annual “Manayunk On Ice” winter festival, February 11-13. The three-day event kicks off Friday, February 11 with a seven-foot-high ice bonfire at 5 p.m. visible from Manayunk Tow Path and Canal View Park, followed by a reception at Zesty’s Cafe. Then the National Ice Carving Association competition […]

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March 20, 2009

Free Water Ice at Rita’s Today!

You can tell someone is from Philadelphia when they call it Water Ice rather than Italian Ice! Oh, and it’s pronounced “wudder” ice. What is up with that? As funny as all that sounds, there is nothing like a cool refreshing cup of fruity slushy goodness. Especially when it’s free! To mark the first day […]

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