The weather may have canceled the annual Ice Castle in Eagle River but teachers, kindergartners, and firefighters worked this week to bring the fun indoors.
It's the third year Eagle River Elementary has created the indoor milk-jug version of the ice castle using plastic gallon jugs. This year the structure consists of 377 jugs and was so large it had to built in the school's library.
In addition to building the ice castle, firefighters worked with the kindergartners on a variety of hands on activities such as counting jugs, designing the castle, building castles on the Smartboard and out of legos.
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