As part of the Town of Lincoln’s Annual Winter Carnival, the Lincoln Land Conservation Trust/Rural Land Foundation invites the public to participate in two of its featured free events!

Beginning on Saturday, February 20th, and running thru Sunday, February 28th, the LLCT/RLF will host a Winter Animals Scavenger Hunt. Gear up and take a hike on Lincoln’s many walking trails in search of the various animal sculptures hidden on trail and created by local artists and students at Birches School. Take a selfie at each sculpture and submit your photos to be eligible to receive a $10 gift card from Twisted Tree Cafe or Something Special. (One per household while supplies last). More details below!

In addition, on Saturday, February 27th from 10:30 am to 1 pm, the LLCT/RLF and William Jackson Associates will host an Ice Sculpture demonstration, featuring Donald Chapelle, a local artist with 40 years of ice carving experience and founder of Brilliant Ice Sculptures.

In addition to showcasing a number of pre-made ice sculptures, which he’ll have on-site, Chappelle will use chain saws, ice picks, and various carving elements to bring a moose to life out of a block of ice. The demonstration, which takes place at the Green at the Mall at Lincoln Station, located at 145 Lincoln Road is a great fun-for-the-whole-family experience.

Twisted Tree Cafe will set up a pop-up shop with hot chocolate and cookies from 10:30-1pm on the Green by the ice sculpture demonstration.

And, hint: the moose will be the last sculpture on your scavenger hunt!

 

Click here for more details.

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