People were celebrating "Wintertime At the Maritime" Friday night.
This event was the first of it's kind, and it was a fundraiser for the Flagship Niagara.
There were ice tables, an ice bar and even a vodka luge. But if the cold got to the guests, there were some fires to warm up to.
Billy Sabatini, Captain on the US Brig Niagara, said this was a fun way to keep the flagship in people's minds, during the winter months.
"We operate 12 months out a year, we don't just operate in the summer so it's important for people to come down, see the ship, get a tour of the ship, check out the museum, we have constant-changing exhibits and this is pretty dynamic place that people can experience all year."
The warm weather caused the curling events of the night to be put on hold. Anyone who was there Friday night will head back next weekend for the US Brig Niagara Curling Club's Open Curl.