Winterloo

Snow Sculpting Zones

Various locations

This year at Winterloo we want to see all of the amazing snow creations that you can make. So we’ve designated three spaces in Uptown Waterloo as Community Snow Sculpting Zones. These zones will be open spaces where you can showcase your snow sculpting skills while expressing yourself through the magic of frozen water!

Community members are invited to bring tools from your home to make snowpeople, or other snow creations. Whatever you can imagine!

Once you’ve completed your snow sculptures, make sure you take us on social media with the hashtag #winterloo2021 so that we can see all of the amazing things you’ve created.

Snow Sculpting Zones

  • Waterloo Visitor and Heritage Information Centre (east and west side of the building) - Corner of Erb/Father David Bauer
  • Waterloo Park (base of PI hill) - along the Waterloo Park Central Promenade just south of the bridge
  • Waterloo Public Library – South/East side of the building

All three snow sculpting zones will remain open until January 31, 2021. Please respect other people’s creations when visiting the site.

Covid Protocols

Do not visit a snowsculpting zone if you:

  • Have a fever, new cough, shortness of breath or a combination of muscle aches, fatigue, headache, sore throat or runny nose.
  • Have travelled outside of Canada within the last 14 days.
  • Have been in close contact with a person with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19.

To all others, please wash your hands or use sanitizer before and after every visit, and maintain physical distancing of 6 feet/2 metres.

When visiting the snow sculpting zones:

  • Capacity is currently limited to 10 people at all times and is subject to change.
  • Physical distancing must be maintained.  
  • Good respiratory etiquette is encouraged. This includes coughing or sneezing into a bent elbow and wearing a mask. See regional public health advice for more.
  • Outdoor washrooms will not be available.

Snow Sculpting and Snowman Building Tips and Tricks:

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