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(Asteroid) field day

  • Easthampton Maple School first-graders Rosie Follet, left, and Giuseppe Pastonerlo, play at the "Asteroids in Space" station of the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park on Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower," "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest."<br/><br/><br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Easthampton Maple School first-graders Rosie Follet, left, and Giuseppe Pastonerlo, play at the "Asteroids in Space" station of the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park on Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower," "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest."


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  • Above, Easthampton Maple School third-grader William Walaszek carries a "lava rock" through the Astronaut Training Course of the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park on Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower," "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest."<br/><br/><br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Above, Easthampton Maple School third-grader William Walaszek carries a "lava rock" through the Astronaut Training Course of the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park on Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower," "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest."


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  • Easthampton Maple School third grader Abdoulaye Diedhou balances a pair of "alien ears" as he negotiates the Astronaut Training Course of the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower", "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest".<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Easthampton Maple School third grader Abdoulaye Diedhou balances a pair of "alien ears" as he negotiates the Astronaut Training Course of the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower", "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest".
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  • Second-graders at Maple School  in Easthampton toss beach balls in the "Asteroids in Space" station during the school's field day events held at Nonotuck Park last week after being delayed twice because of rainy weather. More photos, Page 3.<br/>Finally, fun in the sun<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Second-graders at Maple School in Easthampton toss beach balls in the "Asteroids in Space" station during the school's field day events held at Nonotuck Park last week after being delayed twice because of rainy weather. More photos, Page 3.
    Finally, fun in the sun
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  • Easthampton Maple School fourth grade teacher Ryan Pickard takes a turn with her students tossing a Flying Saucer during the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower", "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest".<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Easthampton Maple School fourth grade teacher Ryan Pickard takes a turn with her students tossing a Flying Saucer during the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower", "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest".
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  • Maple School third-grader Billy Steele, above, concentrates on balancing a pair of "alien ears" as he negotiates the Astronaut Training Course during the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park in Easthampton last week. At left, fourth-graders Daniel Dabek, left, and Cole Growhoski take turns at the Flying Saucer station.<br/>Field day challenge <br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Maple School third-grader Billy Steele, above, concentrates on balancing a pair of "alien ears" as he negotiates the Astronaut Training Course during the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park in Easthampton last week. At left, fourth-graders Daniel Dabek, left, and Cole Growhoski take turns at the Flying Saucer station.
    Field day challenge
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  • Easthampton Maple School first-graders Rosie Follet, left, and Giuseppe Pastonerlo, play at the "Asteroids in Space" station of the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park on Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower," "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest."<br/><br/><br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Above, Easthampton Maple School third-grader William Walaszek carries a "lava rock" through the Astronaut Training Course of the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park on Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower," "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest."<br/><br/><br/>KEVIN GUTTING
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  • Easthampton Maple School third grader Abdoulaye Diedhou balances a pair of "alien ears" as he negotiates the Astronaut Training Course of the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower", "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest".<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Second-graders at Maple School  in Easthampton toss beach balls in the "Asteroids in Space" station during the school's field day events held at Nonotuck Park last week after being delayed twice because of rainy weather. More photos, Page 3.<br/>Finally, fun in the sun<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Easthampton Maple School fourth grade teacher Ryan Pickard takes a turn with her students tossing a Flying Saucer during the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park Wednesday. After enduring two rain postponements in the last two weeks, students finally had their space-themed day in the park with activities like "Meteor Shower", "Space Tag" and "Galaxy Quest".<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Maple School third-grader Billy Steele, above, concentrates on balancing a pair of "alien ears" as he negotiates the Astronaut Training Course during the school's field day held at Nonotuck Park in Easthampton last week. At left, fourth-graders Daniel Dabek, left, and Cole Growhoski take turns at the Flying Saucer station.<br/>Field day challenge <br/>KEVIN GUTTING
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