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Special Event 053 Christmas Holiday B
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Holiday Party - De-Frost The Snowman

“Frosty the Snowman, was a jolly happy soul; with a corn cob pipe and a button nose, and two eyes made out of coal.” This famous tune reminds us of one of the biggest advantages of snow---being able to make a snowmen! In addition to snowballs, snow cones, and snow forts, snowmen are one of the unique creations that can be fashioned out of snow.

Sculpting a snowman’s body out of big clusters of snow may seem like an easy task, but in some cases it includes a fight against another component of nature—the sun. Building a snowman can be tons of fun, but watching all your hard work just melt away in the presence of the blazing sun is no fun at all. However the sun isn’t the only thing that has the power to melt your white, fluffy snow pal. During this experiment the audience will witness the de-frosting of one of Frosty’s comrades. Schedule your holiday party today, to find out more!

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Snowman Facts

    • The world’s largest snowman was constructed in Maine in the year 2008. The snowman stood approximately 122 feet tall and weighed nearly 13 million pounds.
    • The animated television series, “Frosty the Snowman” first aired on CBS in 1969 and is now known as one of the most classic animated holiday productions.
    • Stand-up comedian, Jackie Vernon, played the voice behind the infamous character “Frosty the Snowman”.
    • Traditionally the base of snowmen’s bodies are of three spheres except for in China where they use two bigger spheres.

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