Competition Hits the Ozarks
If you have ever wondered how beautiful ice sculpture creations are made, you won't want to miss your chance to attend the Fourth Annual Professional Ice Sculpting Competition in Branson this January. This event joins together professionals and amateurs alike for hours of fast-paced, ice cold excitement as they race to create the top ice sculpture in their division. You will be amazed as you watch first hand how this chilly artists transform a block of ice into a brilliant work of art in just a matter of hours.
The Fourth Annual Professional Ice Sculpting Competition will be held on January 16, 2010 at the Titanic Museum. Admission is free for this event, giving your family an affordable and exciting way to spend the day. At the end of the event, the ice sculptures will be judged by a panel of expert ice sculpture judges, and the winners for both the professional and amateur divisions will be announced. Winners of first through seventh places in the professional division and for first through fifth places in the amateur division will receive a cash reward for their efforts. The Fourth Annual Professional Ice Sculpting Competition is the perfect way to give your family a unique and memorable experience in Branson.
There are a number of great hotels you can choose from that are located close to Branson's Titanic Museum. You can choose from more affordable hotel options such as the Victorian Palace, the Quality Inn West, 76, the Ria Motor Inn, the Best Western Center Pointe Inn, or the Boxcar Willie Hotel. Or select from one of the finer hotels in the area, including the Gazebo Inn, the 1st Inn Branson, the Castle Rock Resort and Indoor Water Park, and the Radisson Hotel Branson. These fabulous hotels will not only put you close to the Fourth Annual Professional Ice Sculpting Competition, but they will also give you all of the comforts of home in a location close to Branson's shows and many other attractions as well.
If you are looking for a new and fun way to add some variety to your Branson getaway this January, make plans to attend the Fourth Annual Professional Ice Sculpting Competition. This event promises to bring you a first-hand look at how professional ice sculptors from across the country craft their brilliant creations.