Get ready; be creative and most important pray for more snow. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell and Westford FunFest are proud to sponsor the 4th Annual Snow Sculpture Contest in Westford as part of the activities for the Westford Winter FunFest 2014.
Attention snow bunnies, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell & Westford FunFest are looking for the best snow sculptures in Westford! You may enter by taking a photo of your snow sculpture and mail/emailing 1-2 selected pictures to Westford Family FunFest P.O. Box 134 Westford, MA or email to email@example.com . Include the name of the participants, , Division ( see below), Theme of sculpture, address and a phone number. If under 18 , Parents/leaders name must be included. Winners will be announced March 1
Winners and samples of Snow Sculptures 2013 below:
Brad Mills – Lighted Chinese Scene – Tribute to Chinese New Year – Dragon, Great Wall of China, and Chinese Building
Adult Honorable Mention Certificate – Lighted Ice Scupture with Moon behind – Brett Anderson
TIE – 1ST PLACE – Adam and Abby Quinlan -“Not another Foot of Snow” – BIG FOOT
GROUP – TIE – 1ST PLACE – ABBOT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3RD GRADE – – CHINESE SNAKE FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR
STONY BROOK MIDDLE SCHOOL ADVISORY GROUP – SEVERAL DIFFERENT SCULPTURES – FLAT SNOWMAN, HOMELESS SNOWMAN, TURTLE, AND MEXICAN SNOWMAN.
Thank you to everyone who entered the 2013 Westford Snow Sculpture Contest – see below
Here are some of the snow sculptures submitted
for 2013 – Get Creative Now – Start Building!
Ice Sculpture submitted from Brett Anderson ( adult) that shows different changes from day to night with the use of lights!
2013 SNOW SCULPTURES AND SNOWPEOPLE
My Upsidedown snowfriend and Me !!! Kathryn Lovell ( Children)
Snow Dino from Parradee Family!
Abbot 3rd grade students under the direction of Mrs. Hurst & Mrs. Rovendro.(during their recess time right after the “big snow storm”) The “snake” is located in front of the Abbot School 25 Depot St. Westford, MA
Stony Brook Middle School Advisory Group – Several Snow Sculptures – Flat snowman, Homeless Snowman, Turtle, Mexican snowman see below
Quinlan Family “Not Another FOOT of Snow”
Brad Mills (adult Division) – Tribute to the Chinese NewYear – Dragon ( center), Chinese Architecture ( center) and Great Wall of China (Back)
Wilson Family – Bruins Logo
Stony Brook Middle School 8th Grade Classes – Fun time in the Snow – Flat Snowman, Homesless Snowman, Turtle Snowman and Mexican Snowman
DIVISIONS: Certificate and Prizes and pictures in News media and website.
Children only (at home) – $50 Prize
Family/Groups (scouts, youth groups) – $50 Prize
Adults (High school & older) – $50 Prize
GET STARTED NOW!!!!
See guidelines and additional information below:
Three areas to be creative :
Snowman, Snow Houses, Snow figures.
The snow sculpture contest will run between January 15th to February 28th . 2013* Watch website for snow delay or any changes if needed. You will have more days now to build or sculpt a snowman, snow figure or snow house to enter into the contest at your house, school, business, etc.
Rules and requirements:
1.Sculptures should be placed in an easily accessible area for ease in judging and seeing by the public.
2.There is no theme, but sculptures must be in good taste and family friendly.
3.Non-toxic dyes and props may be used.
4.Contestants participate at their own risk.
5. The Westford Winter FunFest Committee, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell will not be held responsible for any personal injury or loss of or damage to any personal property.
6. The Westford Winter FunFest Committee, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell reserves the right to acquire all visual documentation (including photos) and to use the documentation for promotional and informational purposes without indemnity to the participants.
Judging points will be given for Most Creative, Funniest, Best use of the winter theme, & use of materials including snow and other materials.
In addition to being recognized as the best snow sculptors in Westford for 2013, Winners will have your sculpture on the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell website, photo in Westford Eagle and other media outlets as arranged, and included as a picture in the Roudenbush Community Center Winter Brochure 2014 and a Cash Prize (see above).
Each participant will receive a nice certificate to show off to everyone.
How to Register:
All residential, K-12 schools and business sculptures must register with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as their sculptures are completed and email 2-3 digital pictures of the sculpture and send them to email@example.com.
The judging committee will review the digital pictures and may view the sculptures in person if needed.