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  • Quinn O'Donnell, left, from Naperville, and Cody Collier, from Plainfield, use colored ice cubes to create a painting Friday during the Fire and Ice School's Out program at Naper Settlement in Naperville. Kids in grades one through five from all over the Western suburbs learned about forging and using fire to shape metal and then were able to paint and pursue other activities.

       Quinn O'Donnell, left, from Naperville, and Cody Collier, from Plainfield, use colored ice cubes to create a painting Friday during the Fire and Ice School's Out program at Naper Settlement in Naperville. Kids in grades one through five from all over the Western suburbs learned about forging and using fire to shape metal and then were able to paint and pursue other activities.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Justin Stech, a museum educator at Naperville's Naper Settlement, demonstrates his blacksmithing skills Friday for kids participating in the Fire and Ice School's Out program.

       Justin Stech, a museum educator at Naperville's Naper Settlement, demonstrates his blacksmithing skills Friday for kids participating in the Fire and Ice School's Out program.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

 

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