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Jaxon, 2, left, and his brother Alex, 4, play with Legos as their parents Jessia, top center, and Jason Brown of South Toledo keep an eye on them.

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A Lego model of the Glass City Skyway Bridge built by 14-year-old Andrew Megeath was on display at the Imagination Station.

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"This is weird and fun!" Cora, 5, left, said as she and her brother Riley Puck, 9, played in a cement-like mix at a table run by the construction supply firm Chas E. Phipps Company.

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Alex, 10, left, talks with his father Shawn Hineline of Fremont as they take a look at the Lego skyscrapers.

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Cacee Salatin, 9, worked on creating a bridge with gumdrops at the Maumee-based DGL Consulting Engineers table.

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"Everybody needs math and science," Pamala Mohler, Director of Member Services with Associated General Contractors of Northwest Ohio, Inc., said while manning an informational booth at the Imagination Station.

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A child sorts through Lego pieces at the Imagination Station.

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Alex, 10, left, talks with his father Shawn Hineline of Fremont as they take a look at the Lego skyscrapers.

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Alex, 16, left, plays Legos with her brother Ian, 3, and stepmother Laura Henricks of Adrian at the Imagination Station.

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Maggie Will of Northville, Mich., left, and her husband Mike Wilk, right, work with Mr. Wilk's Godson Wyatt Schinske, 6, center right, and his sister Heidi, 8, to construct towers using pasta and marshmallows at the AIA Toledo booth.

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