This is the fifth year Holland is hosting part of the national collegiate ice carving competition.

Saturday, January 5, is the final day of Holland's two day ice carving competition. 

Head out to see some amazing displays of art and skill...while they last.

Over 20 students are transforming 300 pound blocks of ice with a variety of tools including:  chainsaws, chisels, and torches.

Downtownhollandice.wordpress.com has Saturday's full schedule:

8:30 am – 9:30 am
Check In
Warm Friend Lobby (Corner of 8th and Central)

10:00 am to 11:00 am   
Seminar and Demonstration
GDK Park (8th Street Next to Cold Stone Creamery)

11:00 am to 12:00 pm    
Lunch
Alpenrose Restaurant (Corner of 8th and Central)

12:30 pm to 4:30 pm 
Freestyle Competition
Carving Locations (Throughout 8th Street)

7:00 pm  
Dinner and Awards Ceremony
Haworth Inn and Conference Center (Corner of 9th and College)

Learn more about the US National Collegiate Ice Carving Championships.

Bundle up and have fun in Holland!