(WXYZ) — The Plymouth Ice Festival promises fun for the whole family despite looking a little different this year.
The festival will take place Friday, Feb. 12 through Sunday, Feb. 14.
There will be sidewalks lined with ice in downtown Plymouth. To help with social distancing, the festival is spreading more than 65 ice carving displays in front of merchants and restaurants in the downtown area.
In addition to ice carvings, there will also be Ice Festival Bingo, where attendees can collect stickers and enter to win a prize from the Plymouth DDA.
To limit crowd gathering, the festival has postponed all live ice carving competitions and other interactive activities.
Those attending are encouraged to wear a mask at all times and maintain social distancing.