The Festival St-Côme, just 90 minutes outside Montreal, features astounding works of ice art, many of which look like they're straight from the movie Frozen.\nGet all the details and see pics from years past below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nDespite the generally unpleasant, deep cold that winter brings, the season is also a time of whimsy and magic. The Festival St-Côme en Glace is one occasion set to bring a little light and fun to the dreary, dark days of late winter. The event, which will begin in February 2020, provides a good reason to venture out and brave the brutal conditions.\nLocated in Saint-Côme, Quebec, a 90-minute drive from downtown, the festival offers the opportunity to enjoy shows, hot-dog dinners, winter sports, snow discos, workshops, ice sculptures, and outdoor games.\nOn weekend days, the festival website explains, visitors can go sledding and enjoy traditional music along the main street.\nThere won't be a dull moment during its two-week run from February 1 to 16.\nDespite the wide array of fun activities, the impressive ice sculptures are undoubtedly the most captivating attraction, especially at nightfall when they shine with a thousand colourful lights.\nVisitors will even have the chance to create their own work of frozen art with a block of ice and chisels provided for free on-site.\nPosted by Festival Saint-Côme en Glace on Saturday, February 18, 2017\nPosted by Festival Saint-Côme en Glace on Saturday, February 18, 2017\nPhotos from years past show the scale of the sculptures and the creativity of the participating artists, who are able to capture in ice everything from the round, cuteness of a teddy bear to the delicate wings of an angel.\nMythical creatures and entire village scenes await along the main boulevard. Many of the sculptures evoke scenes from Frozen.\nPosted by Festival Saint-Côme en Glace on Saturday, February 18, 2017\nPosted by Festival Saint-Côme en Glace on Saturday, February 18, 2017\n"For almost 40 years," says the event Facebook page, the "outdoor festival that has been making us appreciate the cold winter weather."\nMark your calendars. The festival Saint-Côme may just provide that boost you need to get you through the last few weeks of winter.\nPosted by Festival Saint-Côme en Glace on Saturday, February 18, 2017\nFestival St-Côme\nWhen: February 1-16, 2020\nWhere: 1661A, rue Principale Saint-Côme, Quebec\nCost: Free\nWebsite\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.