Sturgeon Bay Fire & Ice Carving Winners Announced

Patrick Floyd took first place in the advanced category at Sturgeon Bay’s Fire & Ice festival for his coffee cup carving out front of Kick Coffee.

Fifteen blocks of ice are now works of art thanks
to the talented artists that participated in this year’s Fire and Ice event in Sturgeon Bay. The Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center (SBVC) announced the following winners.

In the Advanced Category, Patrick Floyd received first place for his carving of a steaming cup of coffee at Kick Coffee, Dave Bertels received second place for his carving of a leprechaun at Kitty O’Reillys, and Max Martin received third place for his double sailboat in front of Small World Market.

In the Intermediate Category, Dave Mailand received first place for his carving of a dolphin, Hans Martin and Annie Berberet received second place for their carving of an alligator, and Tracy Robinson & Jennifer Polster received third place for their carving of a horse’s head.

John and Allison Scholl won first place in the Beginner Category for their carving of a whale’s tail and Walt Ash received People’s Choice Award for his carving of a dragon.

The SBVC would like to thank all the ice carvers, snow sculptors, ice block sponsors and all spectators that enjoyed watching ice and snow turn into works of art. A special thanks is extended to Jeff Olson.

For more information on upcoming 2012 events call SBVC at 800.301.6695, 920.743.6246 or visit