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Week of the Young Child

  • Levi Shea, 4, of Haydenville creates a giant bubble while visiting the Meadowlark Child Care Center booth set up for the Brain Building Festival at Jackson Street School Saturday. The festival was part of the Northampton schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child first launched by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Levi Shea, 4, of Haydenville creates a giant bubble while visiting the Meadowlark Child Care Center booth set up for the Brain Building Festival at Jackson Street School Saturday. The festival was part of the Northampton schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child first launched by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
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  • Bill Sweet and his son, Ari, 19 months of Northampton explore a school bus parked at Jackson Street School in Northampton for the Brain Building Festival on Saturday. The festival was part of the city schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Bill Sweet and his son, Ari, 19 months of Northampton explore a school bus parked at Jackson Street School in Northampton for the Brain Building Festival on Saturday. The festival was part of the city schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.
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  • Drew Holland, right, 3, of Northampton waves to his mother, Stephanie Pouliot, left, father, Mike Holland, and sister Emily, 1, from inside a school bus parked at Jackson Street School in Northampton for the Brain Building Festival on Saturday. The festival was part of the city schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Drew Holland, right, 3, of Northampton waves to his mother, Stephanie Pouliot, left, father, Mike Holland, and sister Emily, 1, from inside a school bus parked at Jackson Street School in Northampton for the Brain Building Festival on Saturday. The festival was part of the city schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.
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  • Lianessa Rodriguez, 4, of Florence uses soap and water to bathe an infant doll during a visit to the Sunnyside Child Care at Smith booth set up for the Brain Building Festival at Jackson Street School Saturday. Lianessa has a younger brother which could explain the care and diligence she used for the bath. The festival was part of the Northampton schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Lianessa Rodriguez, 4, of Florence uses soap and water to bathe an infant doll during a visit to the Sunnyside Child Care at Smith booth set up for the Brain Building Festival at Jackson Street School Saturday. Lianessa has a younger brother which could explain the care and diligence she used for the bath. The festival was part of the Northampton schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Northampton Fire Department Capt. Matt Lemberg helps sisters Ada and Harper Kelly, 3 and 6, of Northampton hit a target with a fire hose during the Brain Building Festival at Jackson Street School on Saturday. The event was part of the city schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Northampton Fire Department Capt. Matt Lemberg helps sisters Ada and Harper Kelly, 3 and 6, of Northampton hit a target with a fire hose during the Brain Building Festival at Jackson Street School on Saturday. The event was part of the city schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Levi Shea, 4, of Haydenville creates a giant bubble while visiting the Meadowlark Child Care Center booth set up for the Brain Building Festival at Jackson Street School Saturday. The festival was part of the Northampton schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child first launched by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Bill Sweet and his son, Ari, 19 months of Northampton explore a school bus parked at Jackson Street School in Northampton for the Brain Building Festival on Saturday. The festival was part of the city schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Drew Holland, right, 3, of Northampton waves to his mother, Stephanie Pouliot, left, father, Mike Holland, and sister Emily, 1, from inside a school bus parked at Jackson Street School in Northampton for the Brain Building Festival on Saturday. The festival was part of the city schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Lianessa Rodriguez, 4, of Florence uses soap and water to bathe an infant doll during a visit to the Sunnyside Child Care at Smith booth set up for the Brain Building Festival at Jackson Street School Saturday. Lianessa has a younger brother which could explain the care and diligence she used for the bath. The festival was part of the Northampton schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Northampton Fire Department Capt. Matt Lemberg helps sisters Ada and Harper Kelly, 3 and 6, of Northampton hit a target with a fire hose during the Brain Building Festival at Jackson Street School on Saturday. The event was part of the city schools celebration of the Week of the Young Child.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

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