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Sixth Annual Firebird Festival to be held Saturday, December 12th

Phoenixville's Sixth Annual Firebird Festival is being held on Saturday, December 12th. The event has become a day long celebration with activities kicking off around town beginning as early as 2:30pm. The actual lighting of the bird will begin at 8pm.

For a complete schedule of events, visit www.firebirdfestival.com/textfiles/schedule.htm.

Comments

Anonymous said…
The bird looks a little strange this year. Is it supposed to represent rising from it's ashes and that's the reason one wing is smaller than the other? I prefer previous versions myself. This one just looks out of wack and like they ran out of wood.
Anonymous said…
That's, the intent, that it is rising out of the ashes, agree it is goofy looking -- the designer's intent isn't very accessible to understand.
Anonymous said…
The left wing is strong in Phoenixville!
Anonymous said…
Pagan rituals...gotta love them. The Phoenix looks great the way it is....the rendering is supposed to look as though it is fighting its way out of the fire and ashes.
Anonymous said…
I think if you see it in person you'll get it. It looks really great! Can't wait!

P.S. Anon 1:38pm ... LOL!
Anonymous said…
5:28pm said, "looks out of wack".
Can anything really be "in wack"?

It does look a little lopsided compared to previous years, but regardless, it's a fun event. Now, what was REALLY strange was the "performance artist" from last year...walking around on what looked like upside-down bowls, and lights and wires. I'm open-minded, but I didn't get that!
Anonymous said…
Yea I agree. What is it with that performance artist and his robot get up? Well apparently he will do it again so I guess we might be able to figure it out this year.
The Great Quentini
Anonymous said…
Dood as a robot, lights and wires...what's to "figure" out?

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