Welcome Beautiful/Anonymous listeners!
Find out what your groundhog name would be with our Groundhog Name Generator.
Countdown to Groundhog Day

“Get Your Phil of Roses” Phantastic Phil

“Get Your Phil of Roses” is one of the Phantastic Phil statues found around town in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. According to the Punxsutawney Chamber of Commerce “Thousands of pieces of carefully arranged glass adorn” this Phil. It was created by Brenda Nicklas and it took over 200 hours to complete.[]

“Fireman Phil” Phantastic Phil

“Fireman Phil” is one of the Phantastic Phil statues that can be found around town in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. According to the Punxsutawney Chamber of Commerce this Phil “is a tribute to the late firefighter Leroy ‘Cookie’ Depp. ” Additionally on the statue there are patches from three local fire companies as well as the number worn by Leroy. Leroy’s family sponsored the creation of the statue, not just as a memorial to Depp, but “as a tribute to volunteer firefighters everywhere.”[]

“Wizard of Weather” Phantastic Phil

[]

“Philatelic” Phantastic Phil

This is the Phantastic Phil named “Philatelic” in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. According to the Punxsutawney Chamber of Commerce, this Phantastic Phil was sponsored by the employees of the Punxsutawney Post Office and named after the the collection and study of postage stamps which is called “philately.”[]

“Spirit of Punxsutawney” Phantastic Phil

[]

Philtuminous: The Heritage Hog Phantastic Phil

Philtuminous: The Heritage Hog – This Phantistic Phil is sponsored by the Miller Brothers Furniture and is located on West Mahoning Street in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania.[]

Phillage Phantastic Phil

This is Phillage, the first Phantastic Phil, which was painted by artist Kelly Porada. It features Phil with the traditional tuxedo and top hat worn by the caretakers of Punxsutawney Phil.[]

Phil your Piggy Bank Phantastic Phil

Here’s an image of “Phil your Piggy Bank”, one of the Phantastic Phil statues in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, taken when we visited there a few years back. Created by Victoria Dicken, this Phil has a piggy bank in it’s stomach and has sayings such as “A penny saved is a penny earned” on it.[]

Punksutenink Phil

This is one of the Phantastic Phils that populate Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, named “Punksutenink Phil” created by artist Robin McIvaine. This statue is a nod to the name[]

Grow up Great Phantastic Phil

There are only 205 days left until Groundhog Day arrives again![]

Share this page:

Follow us:

© 2015-2021 countdowntogroundhogday.com