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26th Annual American Sandsculpting Championship and Beach Festival

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Come join us on Fort Myers Beach for the 26th Annual American Sand Sculpting Championship and Beach Festival! Last year's event featured 16 sculptors from three continents and this year's Championship promises to be even more exciting and will be the largest sand sculpting competition in the State. This will be a fun-filled event that will include World Class Master Sand Sculptors, a State Championship contest, Amateur contest, Quick Sand Speed Sculpting, Sand Sculpting Demonstrations and Lessons, Chain Saw Art, Flying Colors, a kids activity area with bounce houses and slides, and more than 60 vendors. The event is scheduled for 10 days this year, the first week will be the Master Solos and Amateur divisions. The second week will be the Master Doubles and State Championship divisions. In all more than 25 Master Sand Sculptors and hundreds of amateurs will participate in the event. Awards ceremonies will be on Sunday the 18th and also Sunday the 25th. Attendees will have the opportunity to view up to 30 works of art on display throughout the event. In all over 1000 tons of sand will be piled and sculpted. The 26th Annual American SandSculpting Championship & Beach Festival is open to the public at no cost. However for those that desire a closer look you can purchase a VIP pass for $5. This allows you to take a step behind the velvet ropes and get up close and personal with the sculptures and the sand sculpting masters.

Occurs daily: (10:00 AM to 5:00 PM) [starting Nov 16, 2012 ending Nov 25, 2012]
Contact Name: Jason Camp
Contact Phone: 239-253-2206
Location:

Holiday Inn on Ft Myers Beach
6890 Estero Blvd., Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931

Ticket Price: $5
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