Kansas City's Fountain Day is Tomorrow, April 12 WHOKansas City, Missouri Parks and Recreation and the City of FountainsFoundationWHATFountain Day CeremonyPat O’Neill-President, City of Fountains FoundationJean-Paul Chaurand-President, Board of Parks and Recreation CommissionersMark L. McHenry-Director, Kansas City Parks and Recreation Anita Gorman & Casey Cassias-City of Fountains Foundation Board MembersWHYThe official start of fountain season in Kansas City. The second Tuesday in April marks the day when Kansas City, Missouri's public fountains spring back to life.WHENTuesday, April 12 at 11 a.m.WHERETheis Park, Charles B. Wheeler Amphitheater Oak and 47th StreetsFeaturing the William Volker Memorial Fountain MOREJoin us at the amphitheater in Theis Park to celebrate the restoration of the five bronze statues by Swedish artist Carl Milles and the return of the dramatic 28-foot waterfall fountain along Brush Creek. Following the ceremony, stick around for lunch as a number of food trucks will be on-site to kick-off a new fundraiser for our city's fountains – the Feast of Fountains.DONORSThe fountain renovations/repairs are made possible by generous contributions to the City of Fountains Foundation’s Wish Upon a Fountain Campaign from the following: Hall Family Foundation, KCP&L Fund, Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Burns and McDonnell, and J.E. Dunn.As part of the City’s 2016 Fountain Day activities, the City of Kansas City, Mo. is pleased to present a donation to the City of Fountains Foundation. The $9,000 donation is made possible thanks to Kansas City Royals fans who purchased the City’s ‘Home Sweet Home’ replica street banners which were sold as part of the City’s World Series playoff and Championship game celebrations. #KCParks #CityofFountains #FeastOfFountains | KC Parks Instagram Photos

Kansas City's Fountain Day is Tomorrow, April 12 WHOKansas City, Missouri Parks and Recreation and the City of FountainsFoundationWHATFountain Day CeremonyPat O’Neill-President, City of Fountains FoundationJean-Paul Chaurand-President, Board of Parks and Recreation CommissionersMark L. McHenry-Director, Kansas City Parks and Recreation Anita Gorman & Casey Cassias-City of Fountains Foundation Board MembersWHYThe official start of fountain season in Kansas City. The second Tuesday in April marks the day when Kansas City, Missouri's public fountains spring back to life.WHENTuesday, April 12 at 11 a.m.WHERETheis Park, Charles B. Wheeler Amphitheater Oak and 47th StreetsFeaturing the William Volker Memorial Fountain MOREJoin us at the amphitheater in Theis Park to celebrate the restoration of the five bronze statues by Swedish artist Carl Milles and the return of the dramatic 28-foot waterfall fountain along Brush Creek. Following the ceremony, stick around for lunch as a number of food trucks will be on-site to kick-off a new fundraiser for our city's fountains – the Feast of Fountains.DONORSThe fountain renovations/repairs are made possible by generous contributions to the City of Fountains Foundation’s Wish Upon a Fountain Campaign from the following: Hall Family Foundation, KCP&L Fund, Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Burns and McDonnell, and J.E. Dunn.As part of the City’s 2016 Fountain Day activities, the City of Kansas City, Mo. is pleased to present a donation to the City of Fountains Foundation. The $9,000 donation is made possible thanks to Kansas City Royals fans who purchased the City’s ‘Home Sweet Home’ replica street banners which were sold as part of the City’s World Series playoff and Championship game celebrations. #KCParks #CityofFountains #FeastOfFountains