Dinosaur delight


The “spray and play” section of Veterans Park had its grand opening on Saturday, June 4, and children were out in force to play with the dinosaur-themed toys. In the top photo, kids check out the spray and play, which includes rib bones that form a tunnel and a skull that squirts water (in the back). Also popular was a sliding board down from a dinosaur skull (bottom photo). The most common comment overheard was, “This is so cool!” The city’s Veterans Park is at 1121 S. Houk Road.

The “spray and play” section of Veterans Park had its grand opening on Saturday, June 4, and children were out in force to play with the dinosaur-themed toys. In the top photo, kids check out the spray and play, which includes rib bones that form a tunnel and a skull that squirts water (in the back). Also popular was a sliding board down from a dinosaur skull (bottom photo). The most common comment overheard was, “This is so cool!” The city’s Veterans Park is at 1121 S. Houk Road.


Gary Budzak photos | The Gazette

The “spray and play” section of Veterans Park had its grand opening on Saturday, June 4, and children were out in force to play with the dinosaur-themed toys. In the top photo, kids check out the spray and play, which includes rib bones that form a tunnel and a skull that squirts water (in the back). Also popular was a sliding board down from a dinosaur skull (bottom photo). The most common comment overheard was, “This is so cool!” The city’s Veterans Park is at 1121 S. Houk Road.


Gary Budzak photos | The Gazette

The “spray and play” section of Veterans Park had its grand opening on Saturday, June 4, and children were out in force to play with the dinosaur-themed toys. In the top photo, kids check out the spray and play, which includes rib bones that form a tunnel and a skull that squirts water (in the back). Also popular was a sliding board down from a dinosaur skull (bottom photo). The most common comment overheard was, “This is so cool!” The city’s Veterans Park is at 1121 S. Houk Road.

The “spray and play” section of Veterans Park had its grand opening on Saturday, June 4, and children were out in force to play with the dinosaur-themed toys. In the top photo, kids check out the spray and play, which includes rib bones that form a tunnel and a skull that squirts water (in the back). Also popular was a sliding board down from a dinosaur skull (bottom photo). The most common comment overheard was, “This is so cool!” The city’s Veterans Park is at 1121 S. Houk Road.

The “spray and play” section of Veterans Park had its grand opening on Saturday, June 4, and children were out in force to play with the dinosaur-themed toys. In the top photo, kids check out the spray and play, which includes rib bones that form a tunnel and a skull that squirts water (in the back). Also popular was a sliding board down from a dinosaur skull (bottom photo). The most common comment overheard was, “This is so cool!” The city’s Veterans Park is at 1121 S. Houk Road.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/06/web1_spray2.jpgThe “spray and play” section of Veterans Park had its grand opening on Saturday, June 4, and children were out in force to play with the dinosaur-themed toys. In the top photo, kids check out the spray and play, which includes rib bones that form a tunnel and a skull that squirts water (in the back). Also popular was a sliding board down from a dinosaur skull (bottom photo). The most common comment overheard was, “This is so cool!” The city’s Veterans Park is at 1121 S. Houk Road. Gary Budzak photos | The Gazette

The “spray and play” section of Veterans Park had its grand opening on Saturday, June 4, and children were out in force to play with the dinosaur-themed toys. In the top photo, kids check out the spray and play, which includes rib bones that form a tunnel and a skull that squirts water (in the back). Also popular was a sliding board down from a dinosaur skull (bottom photo). The most common comment overheard was, “This is so cool!” The city’s Veterans Park is at 1121 S. Houk Road.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/06/web1_spray1.jpgThe “spray and play” section of Veterans Park had its grand opening on Saturday, June 4, and children were out in force to play with the dinosaur-themed toys. In the top photo, kids check out the spray and play, which includes rib bones that form a tunnel and a skull that squirts water (in the back). Also popular was a sliding board down from a dinosaur skull (bottom photo). The most common comment overheard was, “This is so cool!” The city’s Veterans Park is at 1121 S. Houk Road. Gary Budzak photos | The Gazette