Icefest18: Medieval Times

 Last weekend, in the middle of a warm winter, we celebrated the Icefest 2018 Winter Hath Come at Toronto's Bloor-Yorkville park. It was a celebration of ice sculptures, food, drinks and music. We witnessed expert ice sculptors demonstrating their talent and creativity in their interpretation of Medieval Times‘ characters and places. The park was a showcase of knights, Kings and Queens, castle, swords, armours, court jesters and even dragons all sculpted in ice. This was one of our fun and magical winter traditions in our City. It's a time for everyone to enjoy the ice and winter season. 

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  1. How amazing Pamela! The sculptures are truly masterpieces, love the castle and the knight ones. Have a good weekend! xo

  2. I love ice sculptures, they are magical in my opinion!

  3. This looks really fabulous!! I enjoy ice sculptures, so cool!! x

  4. Great post Super cool sculptures Literally xoxo Cris


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