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Season wraps up with “Southborough Summer Nights”

By Ed Karvoski, Contributing Writer

Tumbling out of an inflatable maze are the Heisler siblings: Katrina, 4, and Jacob, 6.

Tumbling out of an inflatable maze are the Heisler siblings: Katrina, 4, and Jacob, 6.

Southborough – Residents and visitors enjoyed the pleasant weather Aug. 23 while attending the 11th annual Southborough Summer Nights on the grounds of Neary Elementary School. The evening of family fun featured inflatable amusements, pony and horse rides, a food court, vendors and representatives from nonprofit organizations.

Live entertainment was provided by the band Better Her Than Me, children's entertainer Rick Goldin, and demonstrations by the Algonquin Robotics Team. Festivities concluded with fireworks.

The event is presented by the Southborough Recreation Department in conjunction with the Friends of Southborough Recreation with support from local businesses.

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Annelise Gingrich, 7, views the photo of her painted face on her mother's cellphone.

Annelise Gingrich, 7, views the photo of her painted face on her mother's cellphone.

Lawson Jackson, 4, and his father Steve munch on pizza while listening to live music.

Lawson Jackson, 4, and his father Steve munch on pizza while listening to live music.

Pat Walsh and his daughter Cecilia, 3, ride a horse.

Pat Walsh and his daughter Cecilia, 3, ride a horse.

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