The Shops at Riverwoods holds annual Fire and Ice Festival
PROVO, Utah — The annual Fire and Ice Festival was held in Provo Friday night.
This year’s event was all about love, complete with love-themed ice sculptures and life-size photo op’s to get you in the Valentine’s mood.
Live entertainment and fireworks were also part of the experience.
And just like years past, the Shops at Riverwoods paired with the Food and Care Coalition to help those in need throughout Utah County.
“In the past, we’ve been able to collect upwards of 1,000 pounds of food during the event, which is really helpful, and we’re really grateful to partner with the Coalition again,” McKell Law, marketing director for the Shops at Riverwoods, said.
For anyone that brought two cans of food, they received a gift card to one of the Riverwood’s restaurants or shops.
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