Lines out the door at Winterfest tasting

The Gibraltar Historical Society had lines extending from the Old Gibraltar Town Hall out to the street corner Saturday afternoon in Fish Creek. All Things Chocolate and the Chili Cook Off represent the two signature food events on the Winterfest schedule and chocolate might have won out this year. President Laurie Buske says there were 75 different confections and treats made by individuals as well as businesses. Funds will go towards a new scanner and help out with association events this year including the return of civil war reenactors.


Also on display were a turn-of-the-century ice trolley and ice saw in addition to other ice harvesting equipment once used in the area.


Inside the Old Gibraltar Town Hall during All Things Chocolate




Some of the scenes outside including the infamous toilet seat toss:



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