BALTIMORE (WJZ) — World-class ice carving returns to Baltimore for the Harbor Point Ice Festival on January 22  from 11-6 p.m. at the Harbor Point’s Central Plaza.

The family-friendly event is open to the public, allowing participants to watch ice turn into art with Maryland-based company, Ice Lab. The ice carving artists use chainsaws and chisels to compete for the best ice sculpture.

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After the festivities, Baltimore favorite DJ Impulse will provide entertainment for the first ever “Ice Fest After Hours” under the lights of the Central Plaza, according to a press release.

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The event will take place rain or shine and include food trucks and a variety of hot beverages.

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CBS Baltimore Staff