As summer winds down, kids cool off

DRIP, DRY—Residents Astrid Escot, 12, (left) and Angie Escot, 10, enjoy the splash pad at Oak Canyon Community Park on Labor Day. The popular water play area in Oak Park remains open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Sept. 30. Photos by WENDY PIERRO/Acorn Newspapers

DRIP, DRY—Residents Astrid Escot, 12, (left) and Angie Escot, 10, enjoy the splash pad at Oak Canyon Community Park on Labor Day. The popular water play area in Oak Park remains open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Sept. 30. Photos by WENDY PIERRO/Acorn Newspapers

SURE SHOT—Above, Mychelle Palliccia of Thousand Oaks uses a water gun to take aim at her grandson, Aaron, on Monday at the splash pad. At left, kids love to romp and get wet when the weather turns hot. The facility works on a timer so that water isn’t wasted.

SURE SHOT—Above, Mychelle Palliccia of Thousand Oaks uses a water gun to take aim at her grandson, Aaron, on Monday at the splash pad. At left, kids love to romp and get wet when the weather turns hot. The facility works on a timer so that water isn’t wasted.