At the event organizers will recognize all those who contributed to this project. The celebration will have fun, family-friendly activities with music, face painting and more.
The 2-5 age years’ portion features custom sculptured themes made by Themed Concepts. The 5-12 years’ aged area has a large Meteor Climber, double Oval Swings, and a large play structure. The playground design was done by New England Recreation Group. The next phase of the project, which features a new, full-sized basketball court, will begin in the fall.
Because of the beautiful waterfront view, large gathering gazebo, and its central location, the playground is a wonderful place that all families will enjoy, organizers said.
The park had closed down in 2016 after a windstorm demolished several portions of it. It is named in honor of Harold E. Fay, Southborough’s first resident killed in World War II.