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Fire & Ice Festival, Sturgeon Bay
February 19, 2022
February 15, 2018
Stone Harbor Resort
107 1st Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI, 54235, United States
Fire & Ice Festival, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

Fire & Ice Festival, Sturgeon Bay, WisconsinDowntown Sturgeon Bay and the Stone Harbor Resort are the epicenter for the annual Fire & Ice Festival Weekend, happening February 19, 2022 right along the waters of the bay in Door County. Enjoy the beauty of winter at an event So Cool, it’s Hot!

Here’s the schedule for Fire & Ice events:

Friday, February 18th

6pm-8pm – Candlelight Ski & Snowshoe at Crossroads at Big Creek Nature Preserve.
Kick-off Destination Sturgeon Bay’s Fire & Ice Weekend with a candlelight ski or snowshoe at Crossroads at Big Creek. Trails that wind through Crossroads’ 125-acre Big Creek nature preserve will be lit by luminaries to provide a magical, memorable winter experience. (We will offer a candlelight hike if there’s not enough snow to ski.) Bring your own equipment or borrow ours. We have skis, poles, boots and snowshoes in all sizes from tiny tot to large adult. (First come, first serve as inventory allows.) Our volunteers will be on hand to help get you started. Staggered departures and safety protocols will be followed. Please avoid others when on the trails and step off the trails when necessary to avoid contact. This is a family-friendly event offered at no charge. Freewill donations to Crossroads are accepted and appreciated. No reservations necessary.

7:30pm – 11pm – Live Music with Russ Reiser
Happening at the Stone Harbor Resort.

Saturday, February 19th

9am-2pm – Snow & Ice Carvings around downtown
Stroll around town to witness novice and professional carvers turn blocks of snow and ice into works of art beginning at 9 am. Businesses will have in-store specials as well as outdoor activities. For the second year in a row, don’t forget to create your own snow-friend during the Community Snowman Build (weather permitting) at Martin Park to build your very own snowman. Carrots, scarves, and other snowman making materials will be provided.

9:30am-5:30pm – Winter Bourbon & Wine Tasting
Madison Avenue Market. Bourbon & Wine Samples, Chili & More!

10am-4pm – Bay Shore Outfitters Ice Castles
Ice Castles, in-store specials, and more

11am -1pm – Boys & Girls Club Fire Demonstration
Bay Shore Outfitters. Learn how to build your own Bonfire with the Door County Boys & Girls Club!

4pm-6pm Virtual Fire & Ice Gala
The weekend fun continues with our Virtual Fire & Ice Gala event! Your ticket and “Gala Gift” includes dinner for two (don’t worry–we sell single tickets, too!) from Scaturo’s Baking Co. & Cafe and a spectacular Fire & Ice created dessert from Stone Harbor Resort.

7:30pm-11pm – Live Music with The Moonlighters
Stone Harbor Resort

9pm – Winter on the Water Fireworks Show
Old Train Spur Bridge (at Sonny’s & Bridge Up Brewing Company)

25% off Children’s Books Sale at Novel Bay Booksellers; Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 11am-4pm

OtherWorlds Turns 3! at OtherWorlds Books & More; Saturday 9am-6pm, Sunday 10am-4pm
50¢ & $1 books, Valentine’s Tree, Prizes & More!

Fire & Ice Weekend Sale at Cornucopia Kitchen Shop; Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm

Sweetheart Sale at Wilkins & Olander; Friday & Saturday 9:30am-5:30pm, Sunday 10am-4pm
Savings up to 75%, Fire & Ice Photo Board, Valentine’s Giveaways & More!

Be sure to take a trolley around to see all of the sculptures!

Sturgeon Bay Trolley for Fire & Ice

Check out the Carving Location Map!

For more information about the daytime activities, email or call (920) 743-6246.

Sturgeon Bay is the seat of Door County, right where the peninsula is split by the waters the city is named after. Highways 42 and 57 bring you in, and there’s plenty else to see while you’re there – and of course, beauty and adventure await further up the peninsula!

Fire & Ice Festival Address:

Downtown Sturgeon Bay & Stone Harbor Resort
107 N. 1st Avenue
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
(920) 746-0700

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