Over 25,000 pounds of ice was craved up at the first annual Port Jefferson Ice Festival on Saturday.

The event, which also runs on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., features ice carving demonstrations, marshmallow roasting, horse-drawn carriage rides throughout the downtown, as well as ice skating at the Village Center.

The ice carvings were created by Long Island’s Rich Daly, a renowned sculptor and Guinness Book of World Record holder.

There was also a mac and cheese crawl on Saturday as well.

Below are photos from Day One of the ice fest.

Click boxes 2,3, and 4 to see them all.

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