Weekend events: Jan. 20-22

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It’s set to be another busy weekend in the Twin Cities – here’s a look at some of the events happening:

The Minneapolis Boat Show is back at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

Visitors can check out antique and classic boats, practice boating skills with a virtual simulation, and learn some tips and tricks for taking care of a boat. The show runs through Sunday.

The Minnesota Ice Maze offers a chance to get outside and enjoy the weather, and is a part of the “Winter Skolstice,” a weekslong event at Viking Lakes.

This year’s ice maze is the Twin Cities’ largest to date, organizers say, featuring eight-foot-high perimeter walls made with more than 1 million pounds of ice. The maze is open in Eagan through Feb. 19.

Meanwhile, the World Snow Sculpting Championships are underway in Stillwater.

A total of 12 teams from eight different countries are competing in the event, which started Wednesday. The masterpieces must be finished by 2 p.m. Saturday but will then be on display at Lowell Park through Sunday.

The Art Shanty Projects event will begin as planned on Saturday but with some slight adjustments.

Warm temperatures disrupted plans to have the event on Lake Harriet so it will now be held at the Lake Harriet Bandshell. The outdoor exhibit features ice house-inspired projects that embrace Minnesota’s extreme winter conditions.