The Plymouth Ice Festival continued – even though about 13 ice sculptures were damaged by the winds — as well as some vendor booths and fencing.
The seventh annual Mount Clemens Ice Carving Show will still take place this weekend despite the unusually warm temperatures.
Festival organizers are hoping to draw an even bigger crowd for their thirtieth anniversary by displaying more ice sculptures than ever before, as well as new and upgraded on-site activities.
Ice carvers are finishing up what are expected to be 100 sculptures in and around downtown Plymouth’s Kellogg Park.
Attendance is already up at Motown Winter Blast this year by about 30 percent. That’s according to producer Jon Witz who says they’ve had about 60,000 people come through the event so far.