Last week at the Pole, they had their Easter dinner—since the kitchen staff doesn’t normally work on Sundays, it was delayed, but only by a day. There was an assortment of colored and decorated eggs as part of the festivities, too (maybe next week they’ll have egg salad?). IceCube’s winterovers were busy with quite an array of activities last week, from firefighter training, doing webcasts for IceCube masterclasses, troubleshooting detector issues, helping launch weather balloons, and covering up the windows at the IceCube Lab (notice there’s a person on top of the ICL below). All the windows of the station and other buildings in the Dark Sector are covered up every year at sunset so as to limit disruptions to light-sensitive experiments operating over the winter. Red lights are used for outside lighting since the experiments are not sensitive at those wavelengths.