Wander Minnesota: Ice Sculptures At The St. Paul Winter CarnivalWinter has been all over the place this year, but one aspect holds steady: the St. Paul Winter Carnival, which runs through this weekend. One of the many fun things to do is to visit Rice Park and see the entries in the Ice Sculpture competition.
Ice Carvers Face Mild Conditions At St. Paul Winter CarnivalIt's not easy being the coolest celebration on earth when the temperatures are in the 40s. Good luck if you're trying to do ice sculptures. But the carvers were out and doing their best on Sunday at the St. Paul Winter Carnival in Rice Park.
Behind The Scenes With St. Paul Winter Carnival Ice SculptorsAmerica's oldest winter festival is celebrating 130 years. Saturday is the third day of the St. Paul Winter Carnival at Rice Park. There is so much to do; from the medallion hunt to the ice carving competition -- you cannot go wrong with a visit.
Mike's Mix: Fire & Ice Combine Again At Marin This WinterThe Ice Bar at Marin is back by popular demand (literally) for the 2015-16 season. "It's kind of like urban legend, because Marin has been open for a little over two-and-a-half years and we've never done the ice bar," Jay Pierce said.
Wander Minnesota: Winter Carnival Ice SculpturesPolar vortex or no polar vortex, the St. Paul Winter Carnival is in full spring, and with it, one of my favorite winter spectacles: the ice sculpture contest in Rice Park. This year's competitors had to deal with some wildly varying weather conditions, including last Sunday's near-blizzard. But that didn't stop them from delivering some beautiful pieces.