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The World Snow Foum joins World Snow Day
Within one month of opening registration for the 2nd edition of World Snow Day, 14 countries have already confirmed their participation. Amidst the early registrations there is one event that is already preparing what is bound to be a great celebration. From the 17th - 20th January 2013 (World Snow Day), the World Snow Forum will be celebrating the 2nd Edition of World Snow Day.

The World Snow Forum looks to address a number of topics relating to snow including climate change and snow pollution. But the forum also investigates some other interesting topics such as snow management particularly in cities, and working with other stakeholders in the snow industry to increase snow sports participation. These two topics will be represented by specialized exhibitions International Snow City Exhibition and International Snow Sports Exhibition, demonstrating the best technologies for city mayors and municipalities on the one part and for the heads of sport complexes, resorts and Olympic national teams on the other part. The event is set to take place in the Novosibirsk Expo Center surrounded by beautiful landscape of the Novosibirsk city in Siberia, Russia.

In keeping with the theme of World Snow Day, the organizers of the World Snow Forum will be looking to bring more children to the snow through a series of great activities staged in specially created ‘Snow City’. The centre piece of the area will be a snow palace with snow slides, a labyrinth and numerous snow sculptures thanks to the artists participating in the World Championships of Snow Sculpting taking place at the same time and place as the Forum.

The World Snow Forum promises to be an incredible event for families and children. Thank you to the Organizers of the World Snow Forum. We cannot wait to celebrate with you!
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