Parks & Rec, Greenwich Arts Council Sandblast Sand Sculpture Festival Set for Saturday, July 21

As the afternoon wore on, there was no fending off the rising tide. July 30, 2017 Photo: Leslie Yager

Greenwich’s popular Sandblast Sand Sculpture Festival will be held once again this summer at Tod’s Point.

The Parks & Recreation and The Greenwich Arts Council will once again co-host the event.

Sandblast is intended purely for a fun day at the beach, focusing on the creative aspect of sand sculpting. Participants need only bring shovels, pails, and any tools to create a sand sculpture. Participants will also need to check-in at the middle pavilion on the beach and get a flag to mark their sculpture.

The sponsors are Meli- Melo and Beachmate.

Beachmate will again provide the winner with the grand prize consisting of an item from the their line of products. Beachmate may be found at:
mybeachmate.com.

Sandblast Sand Sculpture Festival takes place on the beach at Tod’s Point (Greenwich Point Park) on Saturday, July 21, from 12:00 Noon to 2:00pm.

(The Rain date is Sunday, July 22 at 1:00pm- 3:00 pm).

For rain date information, please call 203-861-6100.

The Greenwich Arts Council promotes the arts by nurturing artists and building audiences. For more information about this event or other Arts Council activities, call (203) 862-6750 or log on to www.greenwicharts.org.

Don’t forget your sun block, shovels, and sculpting tools!