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Ice carver Sammy Moore creates an owl sculpture outside the Goshen Theatre during a previous Fire and Ice Festival.

GOSHEN — This month’s First Friday will be different in a lot of ways as planners try to hold it safely during the pandemic.

The Fire and Ice Festival in downtown Goshen is scheduled for Feb. 27, which is both a different month and a different day of the week from normal. But it will bring the same live ice sculpture carving and fiery food to downtown Goshen.

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