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Countdown to Rockland FrostFest begins, Harbor Park to host

Feb 13, 2020

Rockland — Rockland FrostFest is Saturday, Feb. 15, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Harbor Park.

Launched by the nonprofit, Rockland Main Street, Inc., the first-annual festival is designed for all ages, free and open to the public.

“It’s almost here,” said David Gogel, the new executive director of Rockland Main Street.

“FrostFest will be a day for young and old to enjoy fun and games, while connecting with friends and neighbors in the heart of Rockland.”

All are invited to break the "cabin fever" and enjoy an outdoor program of games, food trucks, Fat Bike demonstrations, and free carriage rides.

Kick off with a Mardi Gras parade at 11 a.m. orchestrated by the Rockland Public Library.

Warm up at the Hot Cocoa Bar, complete with assorted toppings. Weather conditions permitting, watch figure skating and tiny-tot hockey demos, and enjoy a free public skate. Roast S’mores at fire pits, take selfies with Collosus, and buy raffle tickets for a new generator, courtesy of the Rockland Rotary Club.

Volunteers from Kiawanis, Salvation Army and the Rockland Rotary will work the event.

For more information, call 593-6093 during normal business hours, email or visit

Rockland Main Street, Inc. is an advocacy organization that focuses on historic preservation and economic development of the downtown district. Rockland Main Street, Inc. produces the “Festival Of Lights” and the Summer Solstice Celebration Street Party and Dock Party.

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