, Gloucester, MA



Above, center, Luke Renzi, 5, shows off his spaceship at the Essex Ship Building Museum's Orientation Center. Parents came with their children to relax with a cup of tea or coffee and watch their kids draw, color, create and build with Legos and other games. Top left, Len Burgess of Essex helps his grandson Brant Burgess make a race car out of Legos. Top, right, Liam Virden 4, of Essex looks over the Buzz Lightyear creation he made from Legos Wednesday afternoon.

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