Building with Bricks: A LEGO event for all

Community Connection

MariLUG was privileged to be able to host our first event in the Annapolis Valley since the COVID-19 pandemic. "Building with Bricks: A LEGO event for all had many static displays, a train display, play tables, and even a LEGO robotics demonstration provided by Acadia Robotics! A special thanks goes to Martime Express Cider for welcoming us to their ballroom, and Acadia Robotics for their presentation.

As always, this event would not have been possible without our contributing MariLUG members. A big thanks go out to Alex and Victoria for organizing this event, as well as Trevor and Sam for their wonderful displays and presence at this event. MariLUG would also
like to extend its gratitude to those members which sent displays but were not able to attend in person.

We had over 500 people in attendance!

Trevor B. Shows off MariLUG's group space display entitled ""Caeruleum II" to some enthusiastic fans.

Acadia Robotics explains and demos a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot.

Our entrance table included a door prize raffle, Minifigure vignette displays! One of our build tables can be spotted in the background, these were busy all day!

Some custom creations from the kids at the build tables!

Our hosts at Maritime Cider even made us a cute LEGO themed Biscuit!

Sam's Lego train display included both modern and vintage Lego some of which was over 40 years old!

Sam's display also included a working windmill, and a brick built QR code which brings people right here to!

Alex showed off his newest work in progress the Al Whittle Theatre building, a local building located in Wolfville, N.S.

Photo Credit: Alex Faye, Sam Chute, Trevor Benoit, Victoria Martin 


Main Street Station @ Maritime Express

325 Main Street

Kentville, N.S.