Dragon Snow Slide in Wausau Attracts Spectators

By: Carli Shingleton Email
By: Carli Shingleton Email

Sculptors have been carving different displays out of snow at the Woodson Art Museum since 1990. This year - they wanted to buil something that you can have fun with.

Their goal was also to capture the imagination of children. At the Slay it With Snow event - everyone can enjoy refreshments while racing down the dragon slide.

" We have four kids. We like to look for things for them to do and thought we'd come down," says Kevin Rohland, a spectator.

Team USA has been carving different sculptures since 1986. The dragon at the Woodson Art Museum is their 176th carving.

This is a free event open to anyone who wants to attend.

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