The 31st Annual Illinois Snow Sculpting Competition at Sinnissippi Park

Rockford, Illinois — According to organizers, over 70,000 people attend the Snow Sculpture competition held each year at Sinnissippi Park each year.

The 31st Annual Illinois Snow Sculpting Competition took place this year from January 18-21, 2017 at Sinnissippi Park.

The Park is open to the public for sculpture viewing while weather permits. Viewing hours are daily from sunrise until 10:30pm. You may drive or walk through the park.

Did you get to see this years snow sculptures? Here’s some photos shared by others.

Got to see the snow sculptures just as the teams were finishing up their hard work.

Posted by Jen Boeke on Saturday, January 28, 2017

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Wonderful weekend of Snow Sculpting in Sinnissippi Park! Congratulations to the 1st Place State Team, The Chilly Trio…

Posted by Alderman Franklin C. Beach – 10th Ward City of Rockford on Sunday, January 29, 2017

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