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Hall of Science celebrates Hispanic Heritage

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Dancers from Father Bellini Folklorico Group, based at Our Lady of Sorrows in Corona, take the stage for a performance. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Brielle Zink, 6, has her face painted. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Dancers from Father Bellini Folklorico Group, based at Our Lady of Sorrows in Corona, take the stage for a performance. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Paula Sanchez from the Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Nueva York strikes a pose. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Akiva Mandelbaum builds a bridge with blocks. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Elmhurst resident Ulysses Caballero, 6, tries to saw through a piece of styrofoam with twine. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Youngsters (l.-r.) Donovan Hernandez and Oscar and Elio Reyes string popsicle sticks together to imitate bridges built by the Mayans. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Luis Condo makes masks with his sons Luis Junior (l.), 4, and Ronald, 7. Photo by Christina Santucci

The New York Hall of Science held a Hispanic Heritage celebration, featuring folk dances and crafts exploring Mayan culture.

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