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Test group gets first crack at Discovery Museum
Attempting to charge up a solar car, Liam Paxton-Horn, 3, gets some help from his mother, Melissa Paxton. Bergen Hain, right, plays with a solar plane. Also visiting the museum was Liam’s father, Ian Horn. Bergen’s mother is Ashley Hain.
Grace Tranum, left, and Edie Erwin play on staggered steps that lead to an observation area during Friday’s first official test of the Durango Discovery Museum. Edie’s parents are Jill and Daniel Erwin. Grace’s parents are Royce and David Tranum.
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Playing in a curtain of thick plastic bands, Jack Goodman, left, plays with Myles Barnard, both 4-years-old, at the museum.
Solar leaves hang near an observation area above the museum exhibits.
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Erin Glick points at an exhibit that displays many planets, including earth, to her daughters Maggie, 3, and 6-month-old Evie.
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Evie Morris, 3, shares a play table with Christopher Frazee and his grandmother Starla Scarbro. Nathan Morris and Ali Baird are Evie's parents.
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Rolling, tumbling, spinning and tooting, Liam Lacey, 4, right and Mikael Hofmann, 3, watch steel balls make their way through an exhibit. Hofmann's parents are Heather and Josh. Lacey's parents are Milly and Will.
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Liam Paxton-Horn gets a closer look at a mirror that can move and flex to distort reflections in a variety of ways.
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One of several play areas at the Durango Discovery Museum.

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Attempting to charge up a solar car, Liam Paxton-Horn, 3, gets some help from his mother, Melissa Paxton. Bergen Hain, right, plays with a solar plane. Also visiting the museum was Liam’s father, Ian Horn. Bergen’s mother is Ashley Hain.
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Grace Tranum, left, and Edie Erwin play on staggered steps that lead to an observation area during Friday’s first official test of the Durango Discovery Museum. Edie’s parents are Jill and Daniel Erwin. Grace’s parents are Royce and David Tranum.
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Playing in a curtain of thick plastic bands, Jack Goodman, left, plays with Myles Barnard, both 4-years-old, at the museum.
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Solar leaves hang near an observation area above the museum exhibits.
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Erin Glick points at an exhibit that displays many planets, including earth, to her daughters Maggie, 3, and 6-month-old Evie.
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Evie Morris, 3, shares a play table with Christopher Frazee and his grandmother Starla Scarbro. Nathan Morris and Ali Baird are Evie's parents.
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JOSH STEPHENSON/Herald
Rolling, tumbling, spinning and tooting, Liam Lacey, 4, right and Mikael Hofmann, 3, watch steel balls make their way through an exhibit. Hofmann's parents are Heather and Josh. Lacey's parents are Milly and Will.
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Liam Paxton-Horn gets a closer look at a mirror that can move and flex to distort reflections in a variety of ways.
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One of several play areas at the Durango Discovery Museum.
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