‘Pop-Up Adventure Playground,’ Maines Field, Florence

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    "And now we need to make mom a house" Isaac Rossein said, talking to his mom, Katy DeLorenzo, at the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

  • Willa Raptelis, 5, and her brother Dimos Raptelis, 3, crawl on a slide in between neighboring forts during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

  • Simon Patstone, 5, attempts to escape a pretend jail guarded by his mother Tracy Adamski during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

  • 1. Kids construct forts and houses 2. From left, Carl Faiella, Calvin Faiella 3. Katy DeLorenzo, Isaac Rossein 4. Casey Dillard 5. Willa Raptelis, Dimos Raptelis 6. Sue Huang, Una Ehrenfeld, Margot Ehrenfeld 7. Jacob Kirouac, 8. Zachary KirouacAndrea Darby Cover: Simon Patstone, Tracy Adamski

  • Toby Foley, 5, center, lifts up a piece of cardboard for his fort while his mother Nina Foley and John Darby watch during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

  • Casey Dillard, 4, rides around on a car he helped make during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

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    "It's a bridge!" Cooper Dillard, 3, said to his mother Catherine Dillard during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

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    Carl Faiella, right, tears a piece of duct tape for his son Calvin Faiella's fort during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. "I don't have a favorite part because it's so awesome. I'm very proud of it." Calvin said about his fort he built. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

  • Zachary Kirouac, 4, and Andrea Darby brain storm ways to remove the ladder attached to the slide during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

  • Zachary Kirouac, 4, and Andrea Darby brain storm ways to remove the ladder attached to the slide during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

  • Astrid Anderson, 10, reads inside her fort during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

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    Jacob Kirouac, 5, said "I like duct tape a lot. Duct tape and string are great to build with." during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

  • Linus Anderson, 6, walks up to his father Mark Anderson, left, to say what he needs to build while his sister Astrid Anderson, 10, reads under her fort and Penny Leveritt, right, listens during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

  • Sue Huang watches over her daughters Una Ehrenfeld, 4, and Margot Ehrenfeld, 2, build a fort during the popup adventure playhouse workshop Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Maines Field in Florence. —Gazette Staff/Andrew Whitaker

Published: 8/25/2016 1:43:23 PM

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