Isla Cross and Debbie Morin sit in the shade to cool off at the 2018 Family Fair.
Mascots unite: Max Man, from Rhode Island Resource Recovery hangs out with Marshal from Paw Patrol
Residents line up to get free trees from the Burrillville Conservation Commission.
Tobin leads participants in a demonstration of Tobin Style Boot Camp at the 2018 Family Fair.
Guests line up for a meat raffle at a vendor booth offering free steak samples at the 2018 Family Fair.
A guest at the fair gets a sample sound vibrational massage from Nadean Brousseau of A Touch of Light.
A group of kids enjoys free water games at the 2018 Family Fair.
A display at the town’s Refuse and Recycling booth shows items that can be recycled.
Brielle Bailey, Natalie Olkowski and Livi Bailey
Librarian Lisa Stratton spins the wheel for guests.
Jada Beruve gets her face painted at the Jesse M. Smith Library booth at the 2018 Family Fair.
Natalie Olkowski leads the pack, with friends Brielle Bailey and Livi Bailey at the Family Fair in 2018.
Michael Parker of GottaQ Smokehouse serves Providence Police officers from the company food truck.
Buckleupallofus Balloon reminds kids and families to Boost Up!, Buckle Up! and use properly installed car seats. Burrillville Police Department Major Dennis Leahey and Officer Jen hold up Bucky fridge magnets.