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Keeping warm as a school community

  • William Poey, 2, of Bristol, R.I., center, and Lila Flynn, 3, of Northampton, search for gifts hidden in a haystack Nov. 18, 2017 at the Hartsbrook School's holiday fair on the Hadley grounds. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • Zach Marti, left, and Dylan Limoges, both of Warwick, provide a live blacksmith demonstration Nov. 18, 2017 at the Hartsbrook School's holiday fair on the Hadley grounds. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • Reed Wulsin of Amherst, left, her daughter Sylvana Szuhay, a Hartsbrook School senior, Lara Radysh of Shelbourne Falls, a former Hartsbrook parent and current international student program coordinator for the school, and Hartsbrook alumni Simon Burkey of Hōnaunau, Hawaii, and Eliana Moskovitz of Burlington, Vt., stay warm by the top-down bonfire Nov. 18, 2017 during the school's holiday fair on the Hadley grounds. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • Hartsbrook School ninth-grader Elias Stegman uses a lit tinder bundle to ignite a top-down bonfire Nov. 18, 2017 during an invocation to the four directions, a Native American tradition honoring each direction, at the start of the school's holiday fair on the Hadley grounds. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • Hartsbrook School alumni Simon Burkey of Honaunau, Hawaii, left, and Eliana Moskovitz of Burlington, Vermont, stay warm by the top-down bonfire Nov. 18, 2017 during the Hartsbrook School’s holiday fair on the Hadley grounds. GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • Hartsbrook School ninth-grader Laila Evans uses her breath to strengthen the flame on a tinder bundle in order to ignite a top-down bonfire Nov. 18, 2017 during an invocation to the four directions, a Native American tradition honoring each direction, at the start of the school's holiday fair on the Hadley grounds. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY


Friday, November 24, 2017