Jr. Explorers set up mini-museums at Brooklyn Borough Hall

July 11, 2017 By Mary Frost Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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Kids attending the Jr. Explorers Club, a traveling camp, created mini-museums and shared them with passersby at Brooklyn Borough Hall on Friday.

Shown in this photo, front row from left: Oscar (wearing colorful tie-dye shirt), age 9, created a museum of old Star Wars figures. Participants could recreate their own scenes. Cameryn, age 7, and Molly, 6 ¾, made an aquarium.

Back row from left: Ada and Toby, both 13, helped other people with their projects; Eve, almost 11, created a display of makeup now vs. makeup then. Zoe, 9, saw lots of colored rocks in her neighborhood and decided to color her own.

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Not shown: Cassidy, 8, who made a Toy Time Museum showcasing favorite toys from each year from 2000 (a scooter) to 2017. 2018 was represented by a question mark.

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