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Mount Pearl is the second largest city in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The city is located southwest of St. John's, on the eastern tip of the Avalon Peninsula on the island of Newfoundland. Mount Pearl is part of the St. John's metropolitan area, the 20th Largest metropolitan area in Canada.

Frosty Festival

This wonderful festival of music, magic, dancing, great food, laughter and good sportsmanship is a fun time for everyone in the family and a unique opportunity to celebrate what it means to be part of a community. Frosty Festival is a prime example of a Newfoundlanders ability to make the best of everything good that winter has to offer. For many years the high point of the Festival is the Opening Ceremony and the Lighting of the Flame, a family evening of free entertainment and activity, which kick starts the large number of activities offered.

Christmas at the Glacier

Christmas at the Glacier started in 1993 just as the Glacier building itself was being finished. Sandra and Keith Myler were craft producers themselves at the time. They wanted a bigger, more exciting outlet to sell their wares. From talking to other crafters and artists it was evident there was a need for a new Craft Show featuring lower end to middle and higher end products. The rest is history! Christmas at the Glacier is a Festival of Craft and Art. It has become the largest and highest attended adult event of its type in the Province! The new partnership with Beverly Moore happened in 2003 , forming a totally separate company for the show, "CGI Entertainment Inc." Another facet of the industry are the one day craft fairs.

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