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Collbie Turner, 9, investigates the playful qualities of gravity, inertia, structure, and form using a marble and a roller coaster crafted from paper towel tubes during instructor Seana Cameron’s Roller Coaster ArtCamp! at Fort East Martello on Tuesday. Key West Art & Historical Society’s ArtCamp! is held every summer at Fort East Martello, featuring themed weeks with auxiliary activities and excursions that include field trips to local museums, nearby beaches and gardens—all highlighting the abundant history and cultural assets of our islands while encouraging and expanding students in their knowledge of their local community. For more information, visit KWAHS.ORG/LEARN or call Adele Williams, Director of Education at 305.295.6616 extension 115.

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