Waterfront Gets Wet n' Wild [video recap]

Georgetown Waterfront Summer Celebration

The Georgetown BID sponsored the re-opening of the Georgetown Waterfront Sunday, after last April’s rain caused flood damage. The celebration consisted of food, live music, games, and a watery war.

The highlight of the festivities was the water balloon toss. Teams of two attempted to throw their balloons back and forth without getting soaked. After many rounds of toss matches, the joyful crowd made a splash, grabbing the reaming balloons and turning it into an all-out water balloon battle.

Georgetown BID Executive Director, Jim Bracco, believes the event will successfully bring guests back to the waterfront area. "This really was a great event, just a great day, and I’m happy," he siad. "I’m dry."

To watch a video recap of the revelries, click here.

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Wed, 23 Apr 2014 10:29:21 -0400

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