Photo Gallery: Summer Nights 2017

by beth on August 28, 2017

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Above: The fields were buzzing with activity while the live band played at Southborough’s end of summer celebration. (photo by Beth Melo)

Saturday night was a beautiful one for the 14th annual Southborough Summer Nights. (Though a bit chilly by fireworks time!)

It was another great turnout of Southborough families there to have fun and friends reconnecting.

Unfortunately, the battery in the “good camera” died before I got as many shots as I’d like. So, I’d love to get more from you to add to the Facebook gallery. (Email mysouthborough@gmail.com.)

Below are some of my best pics from the event (along with a couple contributed). 

(Click thumbnails below to enlarge. For larger views – and a couple more shots – check out the Facebook album.)

face painting and balloons - summer nights 2017 by Beth Melo basketball shootout - summer nights 2017 by Beth Melo Rock Climbing tower - summer nights 2017 by Joao Melo live music and picnics with friends on the field - summer nights 2017 by Beth Melo 

volleyball court (or sandpit) - summer nights 2017 by Mary Silvestri Simmons vendor booth - summer nights 2017 by Mary Silvestri Simmons more vendors on the field - summer nights 2017 by Beth Melo cub scout rope bridge - summer nights 2017 by Beth Melo 

pony rides and face painting - summer nights 2017 by Beth Melo pony rides - summer nights 2017 by Beth Melo Inflatable obstacle course - summer nights 2017 by Joao Melo fireworks - summer nights 2017 by Beth Melo

It really was a good time. The many fun activities before dusk were capped off by a great concert by The Boston Naturals and an impressive fireworks display.

Thanks to the Town workers and volunteers who helped run the event, and the sponsors who made it possible: 

Capital Group Properties, Brendon Properties, Kens Foods, St. Mary’s Credit Union, Eagle Leasing, Fay School, Main Street Bank, Middlesex Savings Bank, The New England Center For Children, Phaneuf Concrete, Tomasso Trattoria, Senator James Eldridge and State Rep. Carolyn Dykema.

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