Around the world in 1 day

Emily McVaugh, 5, left, and Jessica McVaugh, 7, daughters of Sara and Mike McVaugh, play with traditional paper flowers at the Spain exhibit at the Del Alma fourth annual “Around the World Children’s Fair” fundraiser Saturday where children received “passports” to visit exhibits representing 15 different countries, said coordinator Kelly Quach. “It’s just kind of a way to encourage kids to learn more about different cultures and people through hands-on activities,” Quach said. Del Alma is a youth-development program that is a part of the Durango Adult Education Center. Enlargephoto

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Emily McVaugh, 5, left, and Jessica McVaugh, 7, daughters of Sara and Mike McVaugh, play with traditional paper flowers at the Spain exhibit at the Del Alma fourth annual “Around the World Children’s Fair” fundraiser Saturday where children received “passports” to visit exhibits representing 15 different countries, said coordinator Kelly Quach. “It’s just kind of a way to encourage kids to learn more about different cultures and people through hands-on activities,” Quach said. Del Alma is a youth-development program that is a part of the Durango Adult Education Center.