Broadway’s Winterfest Fun Begins Tomorrow

It’s going to be a warm and sunny day in New York City tomorrow, but it should still be cool enough to keep those ice sculptures standing! Hopefully it will be as Broadway celebrates its ninth annual Winterfest on Broadway, an event for all ages and something that all New Yorkers look forward to every single year!

It all begins at 8:00 am at Taste of the South restaurant (located at 106 S. Broadway.) There guests will enjoy a huge two-hour breakfast spread to get their energy for the walk up and down Broadway to watch the ice carvers go to work on their pieces. Paul Salmon and Jamie Doeren are two of the most well-known artists at the event and they’ll be carving out the giant throne sculpture from, you guessed it, a giant piece of ice. Doeren will also be demonstrating a quick carves show from 12:00pm — 2:00pm. To truly see all the sculptures in a different light, be sure to attend the lit sculpture walk being held from 5:00pm — 10:00pm. 

Of course there’s always much more to Winterfest than just ice sculptures, and this year is no exception. Watch dogs try to pull out first place in the Tri-State Alaskan Malamute Club Dog Pull Competition that begins at 11:00am and of course, the children’s games, hayrides, and other family activities that are going on throughout the day. It’s going to be another gorgeous day in New York, and there’s no better way to spend a Saturday than by taking a stroll through Broadway.

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