KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It's Fountain Day!
The J.C. Nichols Memorial Fountain was the first to be turned on Wednesday.
Fountain Day started in 1892 -- 125 years ago.
According to the City Of Fountains Foundation, Kansas City's first fountain was built near 3rd and Minnesota as a small pool for dogs to drink water. It also had a few lions mouths in a taller bowl, so people could fill their cups for drinking water. That fountain was given to the Wyandotte County Museum in 1967.