BUTLER “CARVED IN ICE” IS BACK!
We’re looking forward to our 6th annual “Carved In Ice” fundraising event. Last year’s event had to be cancelled due to the pandemic, but we’re pleased to announce WE’RE BACK! We’ve always had awesome support from area businesses and organizations purchasing ice sculptures, the food and beverage vendors, as well as the public that turns out to enjoy a time for family to enjoy watching the ice carver’s at work, the food, the drinks and the variety of entertainment for all ages in and around Diamond Park on Main Street in downtown Butler. We hope everyone will join us again this year in supporting our event either in purchasing ice blocks, participating as a vendor or just showing up to enjoy the day with family and friends.
Lights on the Ice • Friday, February 11 • 5PM – 8PM
This 2-day event begins with Friday Night, February 11, “Lights on the Ice” starting at 5PM until 8PM. LIGHTS on the ice will make it a festive night. CAMERA and phone pictures can capture the colorful sights. Watch all the ACTION as ice carvers create amazing art out of multiple blocks of ice. Enjoy Adult beverages, assorted food vendors and entertainment during this evening community event.
Family Fun Day • Saturday, February 12 • 11AM – 4PM
Join us again on Saturday, February 12, for “Family Fun Day” from 11AM to 4PM. As always the many ice sculptures will be displayed in and around Diamond Park across from the Butler court house. Saturday will also include:
- Live ice carving and the popular Ice Slide for the kids (waterproof pants advised)
- New hot dog eating contest with local “celebrities” and other groups competing
- Music and live entertainment, huge basket auction, 50-50 drawing, balloon artists, food trucks, Kids’ Scavenger Hunt, New York Life Child ID, Weekend Backpack Program activities at the Art Center, miniature horse and donkey petting
- tractor rides (weather permitting)
- Get up close to fire trucks and other emergency response vehicles
We hope you’ll join us for this worthwhile and fun filled community event. Proceed’s from this year’s event will support the Butler County First Responders Memorial and Pavillion at Alameda Park and Butler AM Rotary Charities Annual Giving Fund! To find out more about the Butler County First Responders Memorial and Pavillion at Alameda Park read more here.
The Butler AM Rotary Charities Annual Giving Fund is used to distribute back to the community. We provide funds directly to various groups, organizations, and projects that support and benefit the social, economic, and environmental needs of the local community.
We’d like to encourage all area businesses and organizations to participate in this worthwhile community fundraising event.
Our funds are raised by the ice blocks we sell. We encourage any and all businesses, organizations, or individuals to download the sponsor form below and select a sponsor option that fits your giving level. Sponsorships come with varying degrees of publicity but all provide your name or company logo on signage that will be viewed by 1000’s throughout the 2-day event.