Planning this sizable Winter celebration takes many months of long discussions, follow up, and dedication. Each year, after the Holidays, every one of us are already in full swing to start at planning every event right down to the last detail. One thing that consistently comes up is the weather. This is because the storms can be undoubtedly unpredictable and strong, and some years every one of us have inches of snow, some every one of us do not have any. With events planned out such as ice skating, hockey games, and snowshoeing, it is helpful if every one of us at least have some snow and ice, many years every one of us are forced to cancel some of the events because it is either too bright and warm or too cold. This year every one of us have decided to put up a “warming tent” and host some to the activities in there. Our committee voted on purchasing two sizable outdoor oil furnaces that run on propane. All of us figured that if the pet dressing contest and chili cookoffs could be held in there, it may draw more participation. Then, 1 of our older committee members came up with the system for an ice carving demonstration too. They wanted badly to assume if they could schedule the event inside the tent however abruptly realized that it would not work out. If people were trying to carve ice, the temperature needed to be colder. All of us decreed that maybe the finished product could be advertised just outside the tent to draw some more attention to it. Now, every one of us just have to hope that every one of us don’t have one morning that is sunny and sizzling or else the carving won’t be around for long. All of us are now looking forward to seeing how the heated tent works out for other events and it is sure to make that those people who were used to resting in the chilly assume much better too.