Splash Pad Sunday draws hundreds


The temperature was perfect for Belgium’s inaugural Splash Pad Sunday, with hot and humid conditions drawing more than 250 people to the event. Water enthusiasts of all ages cooled off, including (above) Cara Wolf and 1-year-old Paige Morrison. Cedar Grove-Belgium High School sophomore Marissa Prahl (below) did chalk art that only shows up when it gets wet. Attendees enjoyed free glitter tattoos, a bubble pool, hula hoops, four-square, music and water balloon games. The Belgium Boy Scouts held a geocaching adventure, Port Washington State Bank gave out free ice cream in honor of National Ice Cream Day and two food trucks — Cupcake-A-Rhee and Brody’s Italian Ice — stopped by. “It was great to see so many from our community and the surrounding areas gathering to enjoy such a beautiful summer day and getting to know each other better,” Belgium Chamber of Commerce Marketing Director Tara Williams said.

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