The Revere Beach Partnership sponsored a Winter Wonderland, featuring four ice sculptures, along the Christina and John Markey Memorial Bridge and along Shirley and Nahant Avenues during New Year’s Eve on Saturday.
The Revere Beach Partnership sponsors the Art Festival, the International Sand Sculpting Festival, the Great Pumpkin Dash and the Winter Wonderland featuring the ice sculptures.
Happy New Year! Pictured from left to right: Giovanni Bustamante, Sandra Navarro, Leidy Zuluaga and Juan Montoya by the Happy New Year sculpture – presented by Next Stop Revere – along Shirley Avenue.
At left: Ashley Bush, Ben Albright, 4, Hadley Bush, 4, Russell Bush, 6, Will Albright, 5, Andrew Albright, 1, and Alex Leonard (right) were excited to visit Revere Beach and see the ice sculptures.
Shown from left to right: Paul Revere Innovation School third grader Gwen Epsimos and preschooler Ryan Epsimos enjoyed this Dryft Revere 2023 ice sculpture.
Down the street from the other two sculptures near Wonderland Station was this New Year sculpture.
Joey Hurley, 5, and Morgan Hurley, 8, liked the design of this sculpture, which was along the Christina and John Markey Memorial Pedestrian Bridge.
Artist Jeff Hayward, of Brilliant Ice Sculpture, provided a demonstration on how to build an ice sculpture.
This cyclone sculpture was at the intersection of Nahant and Shirley Avenues.
Dryft Revere 2023 was featured on this ice sculpture in front of Dryft Revere during New Year’s Eve on Saturday.