Championship took place: Feb 5 & 6 in Charlottetown | Online Voting takes place: Feb 11 – 20, 2o22
Show your community support! As one of 10 host Canadian cities, the City of Charlottetown and Discover Charlottetown proudly represented PEI and welcomed their version of Winterlude’s 2022 National Ice Carving Championship to Charlottetown. On Feb 5 & 6, PEI’s local ice sculpting team, Patrick Brunet and Kelly Caseley, had 20 hours to sculpt 15 blocks of ice and to create a work of art inspired by the theme “Olympic and Paralympic spirit,” a nod to the 2022 Winter Games. Daily voting takes place online February 11 – 20, 2022 to determine the top 3 winners from coast to coast.
‘Herd Community’ by Kelly Caseley & Patrick Brunet:
With the theme for the contest being Olympic and Paralympic Spirit, they chose to interpret that from the point of view of a supportive family and community. So from one side, the mother caribou appears to be holding up the calf, whereas from the opposite side the calf is on a podium.
February 4 - March 13, 2022
Ice City Festival returns in Charlottetown from Feb 4 until March 13, 2022, featuring the return of Sugar Shacks on various outdoor patios, live music, horse and wagon rides, skating, snowshoeing, DJs on the plaza, ice carving & more!
January 15 - March 19, 2022
Join Charlottetown Yoga Spaces' instructors for FREE Flow in the Snow presented by Discover Charlottetown each Saturday outside Founders' Food Hall Jan 15th to March 19th. Infuse your Saturday with good vibes in the great outdoors.
Whether it's skating on one of the City's many outdoor drinks, checking out our national art gallery, or eating your heart out at one of our fabulous restaurants, there’s plenty to do in Charlottetown this winter season!Read On