Snow sculpture event held FridayStaff Report | February 20,2013Come Alive Outside will hold its first annual snow sculpture event at 1 p.m. Friday at The Meadows assisted living community in Rutland.
Rutland Creative Economy has joined with Carpenter and Costin to plan a community activity designed to reach all ages and levels of creative skill.
Carpenter and Costin, a local landscaping firm, will truck in the snow that volunteers will turn into snowmen or sculptures for residents to view.
All are welcome to the event at 157 Heritage Hill Place. Refreshments will be available.
Register online at carpenterandcostin.com. For more information, contact Russ at 775-5686.
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