Family spotlight: Winter History Fest

  • Article by: MELISSA WALKER
  • Updated: January 21, 2012 - 2:41 PM
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Chris Swarbrick, Hudson, used flames from a blow torch to smooth ice globes that will be used as part of his team’s sculpture entitled “Guardians of Enchantment.”

Photo: Jim Gehrz, Star Tribune

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Winter History Fest

Experience winter on the Minnesota frontier via dogsled. Warm your bones inside the Gideon Pond House with a cup of cocoa. Hear stories of early settlers and play pioneer games.

 

Ice Carving Competition

Although there is little snow, Winter Carnival will soldier on as usual. Events begin this Thursday with a children's art show, ice palace display and live music in Rice Park.

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