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by Tribune Staff
Jul 13, 2012 | 6190 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
With the temperature reaching more than 100 degrees Thursday afternoon, area kids enjoyed the coolness of the fountain in front of the Sparks Century 14 Theaters. The fountain is one of many ways children have used to stay cool during the scorching summer weather. They have also turned to cool water at Wild Island Waterpark, Lazy 5 Waterpark and the Truckee River. The heat wave of temperatures greater than 100 degrees is expected to cool down this weekend as temperatures return to the mid 90s.
With the temperature reaching more than 100 degrees Thursday afternoon, area kids enjoyed the coolness of the fountain in front of the Sparks Century 14 Theaters. The fountain is one of many ways children have used to stay cool during the scorching summer weather. They have also turned to cool water at Wild Island Waterpark, Lazy 5 Waterpark and the Truckee River. The heat wave of temperatures greater than 100 degrees is expected to cool down this weekend as temperatures return to the mid 90s.
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Tribune/John Byrne Three-and-a-half-year-old Lucas Chapel enjoys a fruit bar along with his grandmother Jan Delcarlo while sitting in the shade Thursday afternoon at the Farmer’s Market on Victorian Square in Sparks.
With the temperature reaching more than 100 degrees Thursday afternoon, area kids enjoyed the coolness of the fountain in front of the Sparks Century 14 Theaters. The fountain is one of many ways children have used to stay cool during the scorching summer weather. They have also turned to cool water at Wild Island Waterpark, Lazy 5 Waterpark and the Truckee River. The heat wave of temperatures greater than 100 degrees is expected to cool down this weekend as temperatures return to the mid 90s.
Tribune/John Byrne Three-and-a-half-year-old Lucas Chapel enjoys a fruit bar along with his grandmother Jan Delcarlo while sitting in the shade Thursday afternoon at the Farmer’s Market on Victorian Square in Sparks. With the temperature reaching more than 100 degrees Thursday afternoon, area kids enjoyed the coolness of the fountain in front of the Sparks Century 14 Theaters. The fountain is one of many ways children have used to stay cool during the scorching summer weather. They have also turned to cool water at Wild Island Waterpark, Lazy 5 Waterpark and the Truckee River. The heat wave of temperatures greater than 100 degrees is expected to cool down this weekend as temperatures return to the mid 90s.
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