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    Brystal Gallant, age 6, is already a pro at making giant bubbles.

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    How to make a giant bubble.

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    Wyatt Betts, age 7, is framed by a recycled cardboard house.

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    Wyatt Betts, and sister Aylah Leavitt, age 3, in the recycled playhouse.

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    Keegan Arnold, left, and Shawn Russell of Astral Pines provide a musical backdrop. Sorry, no how to with these guys.

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    Melissa Bardsley, of Brunswick, prepares CD shingles for "how to recycle."

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    Rudi Smith and Stephanie Holmes of Brunswick work on the giant loom of the community weave.

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    Annette Smith, of Woolwich, and Stephanie Levy, of Brunswick, demonstrate how to make a community weave.

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    Joyce Schmitt, development and community relations coordinator for Curtis library, explains "Human Books."

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    Adult Services Librarian Hazel Onsrud.

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    Liam Joyce, 11, plays with cubelets at the How To Festival.

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    How to make a button, as shown by Sage Vermette, a junior at Mt. Ararat.

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    Human Books Helen Watts, an engineer, left, and artist Stephanie Rayner.

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    Singer-songwriter and Human Book Kate Miller looks forward to talking about her experience building a tiny house.

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    Brunswick psychologist James Weaver is one of the Human Books you can "check out" at the How To Festival.

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    How to make a hat ... out of newspaper

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    What will you type?

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    Nate Wayne, a Brunswick sixth grader, practices typing on a "vintage" Royal.

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    "How to survive = Adaptations"

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    Jennifer Crosby, marketing and sales coordinator for Amtrak Downeaster, shows people how to take the train.

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    Brian Sussingham, right, talks about how to use aquaponics to grow lettuce.

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    How to use aquaponics to grow things.

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    Woodworker and artist Steve Boucher demonstrates the construction of a Little Free Library.

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    Cooper Stegeman, age 4, learns how to make a wood sculpture.

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    Portland Press Herald newspaper boxes get a new life as Little Free Libraries that people could decorate at the How To Festival.

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    Kobe Williams, of Topsham, shows off his saute skills at the How To Festival and Block Party.

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    Kobe Williams, a sophomore at Mt. Ararat, demonstrates how to saute by flipping birdseed in a pan.

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