Things are getting icy in Leesburg. The annual Ice Fest is making its return to the Village at Leesburg this Saturday.

The free festival kicks off at noon with the live ice carving competition. The award-winning carvers start working on their sculptures in the morning. Throughout the day, the public can watch the creations come to life and vote for their favorites.

New this year is the ice curling activity at ION International Training Center. Not only will visitors get to try out one of the most popular Winter Olympic events free of charge, but they can also enjoy ice skating and make memories with the can’t-miss photo opportunities around the rink.

Michele Kettner

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