Fishers Parks and Rec’s Frost Fest returns to Nickel Plate Amphitheatre Dec. 2

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Local businesses participate in decorating the trees in the Municipal Complex. (File photos by Molly Simmons)

Local businesses participate in decorating the trees in the Municipal Complex. (File photos by Molly Simmons)

By Anna Skinner

Fishers’ annual tree-lighting ceremony will kick off the holidays and winter season in the Nickel Plate District Dec. 2.

Colton McClain peers through one of the ice sculptures at last year’s Frost Fest. (File photo)

Colton McClain peers through one of the ice sculptures at last year’s Frost Fest. (File photo)

“The tree lighting is the focal point, but we have all kinds of activities for people of all ages,” Parks and Recreation Director Tony Elliot said. “There are ice carvings, we have live reindeer, like a petting zoo type of deal. There are opportunities to engage with the business community, and there will be several local businesses involved in decorating trees throughout the Amphitheatre’s lawn as part of the festivities.”

The event begins at 6 p.m. and ends by 7:30 p.m., but holiday music will continue to be played through the Municipal Complex during December. Although this is only the second year for Frost Fest, Elliot said the tree-lighting ceremony has taken place for several years beyond that.

“Frost Fest kicks off holidays in the Nickel Plate District,” he said. “Leading up to January, the entire Municipal Complex will be adorned with Christmas lights, and the tree is lit up and all surrounding areas will be illuminated. It’s a really beautiful area, and people can come out and walk around. We stream a Christmas station throughout the month, and beyond the event it’s a great place to walk around and soak up the lights and sounds and enjoy the holidays.”

For more, visit fishers.in.us/frostfest.

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Fishers Parks and Rec’s Frost Fest returns to Nickel Plate Amphitheatre Dec. 2

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Local businesses participate in decorating the trees in the Municipal Complex. (File photos by Molly Simmons)

Local businesses participate in decorating the trees in the Municipal Complex. (File photos by Molly Simmons)

By Anna Skinner

Fishers’ annual tree-lighting ceremony will kick off the holidays and winter season in the Nickel Plate District Dec. 2.

“The tree lighting is the focal point, but we have all kinds of activities for people of all ages,” Parks and Recreation Director Tony Elliot said. “There are ice carvings, we have live reindeer, like a petting zoo type of deal. There are opportunities to engage with the business community, and there will be several local businesses involved in decorating trees throughout the Amphitheatre’s lawn as part of the festivities.”

Colton McClain peers through one of the ice sculptures at last year’s Frost Fest.

Colton McClain peers through one of the ice sculptures at last year’s Frost Fest.

The event begins at 6 p.m. and ends by 7:30 p.m., but holiday music will continue to be played through the Municipal Complex during December. Although this is only the second year for Frost Fest, Elliot said the tree-lighting ceremony has taken place for several years beyond that.

“Frost Fest kicks off holidays in the Nickel Plate District,” he said. “Leading up to January, the entire Municipal Complex will be adorned with Christmas lights, and the tree is lit up and all surrounding areas will be illuminated. It’s a really beautiful area, and people can come out and walk around. We stream a Christmas station throughout the month, and beyond the event it’s a great place to walk around and soak up the lights and sounds and enjoy the holidays.”

For more, visit fishers.in.us/frostfest.

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