GALLERY: Crowds turn out in Pascoag for Fountain Square Spring Splash


BURRILLVILLE – An event celebrating completion of a mini-park in Pascoag, while also highlighting developments in the village’s business community, has been deemed a success, with town officials and organizers vowing to hold more such gatherings in the future.

The Fountain Square Spring Splash was put on by the Burrillville Redevelopment Agency on Saturday, June 3, a block party featuring vendor booths, carriage rides, a scavenger hunt, live music and more. Originally scheduled for Saturday, May 20, the event was postponed due to rain and forecasts remained threatening on the rain date, moving some of the party indoors.

BRA Chairman Jim Langlois told NRI NOW that his group is already in the process of planning for another event, potentially to be held this fall.

Liberty Farm provided carriage rides to visitors.
Dancing in the street! Pascoag Main Street was closed to traffic for the evening
Vendors set up outside the businesses lining the road.
Fountain Square: A structure replicating similar fountains once found throughout town to provide water to horses – and the new mini-park and grounds surrounding it – were the centerpiece of the event
Pascoag at dusk.
The Live Band performed inside Bravo Brewing Company.
Every business on the block participated, with some offering prizes during a scavenger hunt.
A visitor shows off some dance moves.
Crowds milled around, in and out of Bravo Brewing Company.
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