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Celebrating 10 years of Southborough Summer Nights

Jack Shemligian, 10, enjoys the Bubble Romp.

Jack Shemligian, 10, enjoys the Bubble Romp.

Southborough – The 10th anniversary of Southborough Summer Nights was celebrated Aug. 24 on the grounds of Neary Elementary School. In addition to the popular Bubble Romp manned by the Southborough Fire Department, the evening of family fun featured inflatable amusements, pony and horse rides, a magic show, live musical entertainment, a food court and a fireworks finale. 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.

(l to r) Kyle Henderson and Isaiah Keegan, both entering eight grade at Trottier Middle School, share a laugh as they try to photograph themselves with a camera phone while riding a horse led by Delaney Smolinski of Ridge Valley Stables.

(l to r) Kyle Henderson and Isaiah Keegan, both entering eight grade at Trottier Middle School, share a laugh as they try to photograph themselves with a camera phone while riding a horse led by Delaney Smolinski of Ridge Valley Stables.

Jack McCoy 3, glides down an inflatable slide.

Jack McCoy 3, glides down an inflatable slide.

Brad Young plays with his daughter, Arden, 11 months, in the bouncy house.

Brad Young plays with his daughter, Arden, 11 months, in the bouncy house.

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