North Coast's Ice Fest Coming Up On Saturday February 11

Photo: Photo by Douglas Sacha

If you're looking for things to do in Cleveland this weekend, check out the North Coast Harbor's Ice Fest, offering activities and fun on the ice.

Though it's called IceFest doesn't mean it will be freezing cold. IceFest is happening on Saturday, February 11, and the weather is looking good with a high of 39°.

IceFest offers a fire and ice tower, storytime and crafts, ice sculptures, hot cocoa, a carving demo, food, fire pits and s'mores, snow yoga, a photo opportunity, and an ice bar.

In partnership with Downtown Cleveland Alliance and the City of Cleveland, IceFest is described as "a wintry activation will take place in Voinovich Bicentennial Park and the walkways between the Great Lakes Science Center and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame + Museum. The one-day event is free to the public, and features ice displays and winter fun at the lakefront. So bundle up and bring the whole family to enjoy our beautiful North Coast Harbor, where the city meets the lake in Downtown Cleveland!"

The family-friendly event is located behind the Great Lakes Science Center, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, open to all ages, with ice sculptures on display at 10 am.

Parking is available behind the FirstEnergy Stadium and also at the E.9th Pier parking lot.

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