The annual Ice Cream Festival returns to York City

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – The annual ice cream festival FestiveICE returned to York on Saturday 14 January from 10am to 2pm

The event was a free community celebration that filled Cherry Lane in downtown York with music, family fun and ice cream carved into amazing sculptures.

There were performances by the ice princess Elsa, her sister Anna, the mascot of the York Revolution downtown.

“This one is in such an ideal location in downtown York. It is easily accessible for downtown York but also for the rail trail communities. We have one of the most diverse and I think probably the funnest ice cream festival you’ll find and you really notice the people that come out and really notice the tradition that we’ve created,” York Revolution Director of Marketing and Communications Doug Appler said.

This year’s edition of the Ice Festival marked the return of the famous 40ft ice slide at Cherry Lane for kids and those who are kids at heart! The annual Ice Cream Festival returns to York City

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