Nick Spicher, a new program innovation manager at Everett's Imagine Children's Museum, talks with Ezra Tamas, 5, Wednesday, while the youngster builds things with educational toys called brackitz. Ezra, who will turn 6 in a few days, goes to the museum nearly every week with his mom Estera Tamas.
Nick Spicher, a new program innovation manager at Everett's Imagine Children's Museum, talks with Ezra Tamas, 5, Wednesday, while the youngster builds things with educational toys called brackitz. Ezra, who will turn 6 in a few days, goes to the museum nearly every week with his mom Estera Tamas. The Herald via AP Dan Bates
Nick Spicher, a new program innovation manager at Everett's Imagine Children's Museum, talks with Ezra Tamas, 5, Wednesday, while the youngster builds things with educational toys called brackitz. Ezra, who will turn 6 in a few days, goes to the museum nearly every week with his mom Estera Tamas. The Herald via AP Dan Bates

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