DRIGGS, IDAHO. — The 10th annual Driggs Snowscape is currently on display at the Driggs City Plaza.
The free public art display is hosted by the Downtown Driggs Association. Over the course of five days, professional snow sculptors, including past winners of local and regional snow sculpting competitions teamed up with students from North Freemont and Teton Valley High Schools to create a larger-than-life winter snow scene called “Showdown in Snow Town.”
The event kicked off on Jan. 17 and will conclude today, Jan. 22, with awards for the sculptures with the most votes. Voting is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.