Nisswa Winter Jubilee
Embracing winter with a weekend of events.
People enjoy a variety of activities such as a parade, snow sculptures and wood-splitting contest Saturday, Feb. 15, during the annual Nisswa Winter Jubilee. The jubilee, from Feb. 14-16, is a community run event with local venues supplying live music and dining specials, volunteer crew for the parade, and the annual snow sculpture competition, medallion hunt, balloon animals, face painting, story time, and more to embrace a mid-winter weekend. For more photos, go to https://bit.ly/321V5Er .
1/3: Spring fever in snow with colorful Easter favorites of bunny and a chick created for the Nisswa snow sculpture competition by the Black Bear 4-H Club wins first place for kids during the Feb. 15 Nisswa Winter Jubilee. Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch
2/3: Cailyn Glenna (left) and Alice Diederichs crawl through a tunnel built into a snow sculpture created by Mary Lyons Saturday, Feb. 15, during the Nisswa Winter Jubilee. Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch
3/3: A snow sculpture called The Jubilorian, of Baby Yoda from the Mandalorian, sits outside Main Street Ale House Saturday, Feb. 15, during the annual Nisswa Winter Jubilee. The sculpture, made by the Main Street Ale House, won second place for adults in the snow sculpture contest. Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch