The Ice Cream Social on August 20 was a great success on all fronts.
Khara from Kaleidoscope Entertainment delighted dozens of kids with ballon animals.
The team from Wegmans brought a chest full of ice cream which was very welcome on the hot August day.
The Sculpture Park Committee took in lots of donations and adopted out a bunch of steel puppies.
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Khara from Kaleidoscope Entertainment (www.Kscopeart.com) hands out one of MANY balloon animals she created.
The wonderful team from Wegmans, who brought a trove on donated ice cream.
Satisfied ice cream fans perched on one of Joshua Ruder's stone benches.
The proud new parent of a steel puppy!
Sculptor Joe Ferguson talks with a fan of his work Seraph.
Happy ice cream lovers on a 95 degree summer day.
A little boy discovers the magic of looking through the blue panels of Seraph to see a differnt world.
Our State Rep Ken Gordon poses with his newly adopted steel puppy.
Town meeting Moderator Bill Beyer, long-time Planning Board Chair Jack Kelly, Rep Ken Gordon, Select Board member Jim Tigges, Library Director Mike Wick gathered in the shade for some good Burlington talk.
Ice cream with Dad at the Sculpture Park.
Balloon animal happiness.
Wrestling with ice cream on a hot day.
Somebody is peeking out from behind Rybee House.
After getting thier balloon animals, a nice photo op at the yellow cherries sculpture.
Posting in front of Composition #1, with a nice crop of balloon aninmals.
We had a banner day taking donations and giving out donation rewards: puppies, Tshirts, and mugs.