Dozens brave ice cold temps for 6th annual Icestravaganza

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DAVENPORT, Iowa– Temps barely got out of the single digits but that didn’t stop dozens from bundling up and heading to Icestravaganza.

The 6th Annual ice sculpture showcased a nautical theme this year at the Davenport Freight House Farmers Market.

“This is a great day for the community to come out its an awesome event and hang out as a family today ,”said Rob Eckert, Quad City resident.

Nearly 20,000 pounds of ice were chipped away to create 10 different sculptures including a pirate ship, mermaid, and an anchor.

An ice sculpting contest captivated crowds while a competitor sawed out a dolphin.

Even Olaf made an appearance making it a favorite moment for Frozen fans.

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