Joanne MacMahon holds a story time during the Castor Early Years Fair held Feb. 11th at Gus Wetter School. A variety of booths were set up, helping teach parents and kids about the resources available in the community. Booths included health care, dental care, fitness, the day care, adult learning, and a story corner. Kevin J. Sabo photo

PHOTOS: Early Years Fair hosted by Gus Wetter School on Feb. 11th

A variety of booths were set up, helping teach parents and kids about the resources available in the community

Young Elaina Nikoniuk (left) helps brush the dragon’s teeth with the help of Debbie Renschler (right) at the Castor Early Years Fair held Feb. 11th at Gus Wetter School . A variety of booths were set up, helping teach parents and kids about the resources available in the community. Booths included health care, dental care, fitness, the day care, adult learning, and a story corner.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Joanne MacMahon holds a story time during the Castor Early Years Fair held Feb. 11th at Gus Wetter School. A variety of booths were set up, helping teach parents and kids about the resources available in the community. Booths included health care, dental care, fitness, the day care, adult learning, and a story corner.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Staff member Kirsten Kneller of Castor’s Busy Beaver Daycare helps some children colour at the daycare’s booth for the Early Years Fair hosted at Gus Wetter School on Feb. 11th. A variety of booths were set up, helping teach parents and kids about the resources available in the community.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

A variety of booths were set up, helping teach parents and kids about the resources available in the community

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Staff member Kirsten Kneller of Castor’s Busy Beaver Daycare helps some children colour at the daycare’s booth for the Early Years Fair hosted at Gus Wetter School on Feb. 11th. A variety of booths were set up, helping teach parents and kids about the resources available in the community. Kevin J. Sabo photo

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