The Boston Common Frog Pond wading pool reopened Saturday, June 29, with a festive day of celebration.
Grant Smith, 21 months old, held on to his mother Mairin Smith of Arlington during the opening day. Next
The Frog Pond wading and spray pool reopened for the summer at 11 a.m. with family entertainment, activities at the Boston Children’s Museum pop-up museum, face painting, books, game, prizes, raffles, and a visit from Frog Pond Freddie himself.
Pictured: Lily Carder, 4, hid because as her parents put it, "she's afraid of the big frog." Next
Children chased after bubbles made by James Dicther, aka the Bubbleguy, at the Boston Common on June 29, 2013. Next
After its opening, the Frog Pond spray pool will be open for wading daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. until Labor Day.
Pictured: Under the watchful eye of her mother Alexandra Montalban, 3, of Boston frolics in the water during the first day opening for the season of the Frog Pond at the Boston Common on June 29, 2013. Next
Children chased after bubbles made by James Dicther, aka the Bubbleguy, at the Boston Common on June 29, 2013. Back to the beginning
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