FULTON, NY – CNY Arts Center held its third annual Snow Day Jan. 18 at the Community Room in City Hall and across the street at Veterans’ Park.
The new location allowed for outdoor snow activities including a snow sculpture contest, snow painting and other snow themed games.
In addition to snow fun, the event included a children’s carnival, art projects, entertainment and food along with some of previous year’s popular games – ice fishing, pong toss and the snowman bean bag toss. Children also had fun building marshmallow snowmen, making beaded snowflakes, designing their own snowflake and other activities.
For more information, visit www.cnyartscenter.com or call 592-3373 – Nancy Fox, director.
PHOTOS BY JANET REBEOR
Kyleigh, almost two, puts the finishing touches on her egg carton and cotton ball snowman at the CNY Arts Center Snow Day on Saturday
Charlie the Chimp and Frosty the Snowman admire the first place snow sculpture, a miniature replica of the snow covered city of Fulton. The the creative snow sculptures were created outside the Community Room at Fulton’s municipal building.
This snow bunny dressed in his Sunday best for the occasion, and won second prize.
Amber Acker applies just the right stripes to six-year-old Ronan Rodrigues’s tiger face paint.
A winter butterfly, created by Savannah Colvin, with its scarf a-flutter lands in the snow for Snow Day.
Snow butterfly sculptor and third-place winner Savannah Colvin displays her medal with a thumbs-up from Frosty the Snowman and 10-year-old Griffin Marriner, a student at Lanigan Elementary School.