Lititz, Pennsylvania is a small, historical town north of Lancaster. It’s history is rooted in the Lancaster as a town founded, settled and exclusively a Moravian town. To live in Lititz you had to belong to the Moravian Church up until the mid 1800’s. Visits to the quaint shops, spring fed park and historical attractions provide both tourists and residents alike with an experience unmatched anywhere in Lancaster County.
This weekend was not an exception. The “Fire and Ice” display of carved Ice Sculptures brought hundreds to town on Friday and Saturday. Ice Sculptures lined the sidewalks. Each sculpture was sponsored by a different merchant and/or organization. This one was sponsored by Weaver Memorials and was beginning to melt on Saturday evening, which is why I named it
the monument that isn’t!