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SnowDay Snow Sculptures 2017

SnowDay is an annual event that takes place on Family Day at Prince Arthur's Landing. The event focuses on snow carvings created by teams selected through open competition. The theme of the competition in 2017 was "Canada150." 

Artists who are interested in producing a carving in future SnowDay events are encouraged to check the Call to Artists page and to sign up for the City's email notification list for public art competitions. Both new and experienced carving teams are welcome.

2017 Statistics
 8 competitive carving teams, 22 participating artists
2 community group sculptures

10 sculptures created total
 2 additional blocks carved (February 5 workshop) 

The Royal Hudson Steam Locomotive 

The Royal Hudson Steam Locomotive

by James W. Cook and Komi Seshie

 
 Who Could Hang a Name on You

Who Could Hang a Name on You

by Shayne Ehman, Zoe Gordon and Axel Ehman

Winner of Carvers Choice Award
 Winged Victory of Compromise

Winged Victory of Compromise

by Anthony Epp and Matt Dirks

 
 Unrestrained Musing

Unrestrained Musing 

by Vic Germaniuk and Michael O'Connor

 Winner of SnowDay Award

 SnowDay 2017

Stronger Together

by Michel Chouinard, Lily Chouinard, Celine Laubier and Eugene Lefrancois

Winner of People's Choice Award
 Studying Canadian History

Studying Canadian History

by Chad Kirvan, Jimmy Breslin and Craig Smyth

 
 The Great Canadian Beaver

The Great Canadian Beaver

by Bret Nicol and Miles Rowland

 
 The Mountie

The Mountie

by Stephanie Adams, Travis Williams, Juanita Adams and Chad Wabonge

 
 Community Sculpture

COMMUNITY SCULPTURES

Castor Canadensis by Darren Foulds

Birthday Cake by The Forest School