If you made the trip over to the Wednesday, you were surrounded by laughter (and of course, water too) as hundreds of kids came out for Wet and Wild Wednesday.
With the Zippity2dads playing a stream of upbeat tunes, young ones got the chance to put on their bathing suits and splash around in the water. A fire truck spray, giant slip-and-slide and not to mention, wading in the creek itself, made the hot summer day feel like a breeze.
The fun will continue every Wednesday until August 8, from noon until 2 p.m.
Admission is free for Museum Members and $3 for non-members ages 2 and up, including adults. No advanced registration is necessary.
The Rochester Hills Museum is located at 1005 Van Hoosen Road, one mile east of Rochester Road off Tienken. For more information call 248-656-4663.