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Heat up, chill out at Fire & Ice

An ice carving competition, dinner and dance highlight the Sturgeon Bay winter weekend

2:56 PM, Feb. 11, 2014
Eden Hesler of Sturgeon Bay knocks down a corner pin while ice bowling, one of the children's games at last year's Fire & Ice in Sturgeon Bay.
Eden Hesler of Sturgeon Bay knocks down a corner pin while ice bowling, one of the children's games at last year's Fire & Ice in Sturgeon Bay.
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Those who are beyond tired of this winter's snow and ice maybe can feel some measure of satisfaction or even revenge as large chunks of the stuff get carved up with saws, chisels and other sharp objects this weekend.

No, it's not a new slasher flick at the movies - it's the Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center's annual Fire & Ice weekend, taking place Feb. 14 to 16 throughout the city.

The main event for Fire & Ice takes place Feb. 15 with an ice carving competition starting at 9 a.m. The public is welcome to watch these artists, including national- and state-champion professional ice carvers from across the ...

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