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Witness ‘Icefights’

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Pleasanton’s first-ever “Icefights,” a high-energy, interactive competition between two world-class ice sculptors, who carve and transform frozen blocks in just 45 minutes, will be part of the Second Saturday Downtown Pleasanton Art Walk, Saturday, Dec. 14, from 3-7 p.m.

The free event will provide a mixture of family-oriented activities and South Texas culture to include live music by Jerry DeLeon and “Southbound,” arts and crafts vendors, a cookie contest, creative kids’ crafts, “Blue Santa” carolers, food trucks, and more.

For more information, call Cindy Carr at 830-480-2006 or visit www.discoverpleasantontx.com.

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