The new water fountain at Klyde Warren Park in Downtown Dallas opens Wednesday.
The fountain on the east side of the recreation area among Pearl and Olive roads is supposed to be a major draw for families.
It traverses more than 5,000 square feet and incorporates a sprinkle cushion region that is large enough for 100 children to play on.
"The youngsters incredibly appreciate it and meet each other from each area," said Kit Sawers, the leader of Klyde Warren Park.
Soon after dusk every evening, the water in the fountain will move to an arranged light and music show. The music will change month to month.
"We've recently made a delightful second for families to partake in together," Sawers said. "This is a local area meeting spot, and we're excited to have everyone coming to impart these normal practices and recollections to their families."
The fountains are named after long-lasting Klyde Warren Park board part Nancy Best, who gave $10 million for the development.
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