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One of our VLC members, Will Fong, was interviewed about his LEGO creations which meticulously recreate local public transit. The following is gratuitously cut and paste from the VancouverIsAwesome website. And the article can be found at the following link: … Continue reading
A highlight for many at BrickCan 2019 was the attendance of Beyond the Bricks, Joshua and John Hanlon. They did interviews with attendees about their MOCs, as seen here. Sarah Von Innerebner for her Beauty and the Beast Library. … Continue reading
If you turned on the CBC Our Vancouver this morning you would have seen this segment with Canada’s one and only, LEGO Certified Professional, Robin Sather talking about BrickCan 2018. And if you haven’t purchased your tickets to attend … Continue reading
LEGO Certified Professional, Robin Sather was interviewed on Global BC Noon News today. Well, yesterday, if it weren’t for a certain pair of Swedish hockey twins retiring that bumped the piece to today. If you haven’t bought your tickets … Continue reading
John Langrish was recently interviewed by Joshua Hanlon and Matthew Kay of Beyond the Brick. John, a member of VicLUG, the VLC and AbbyLUG talks about some of his castle builds, his history in the LEGO community and shares a … Continue reading
This past weekend, the Vancouver LEGO club had a display at Trains 2014, British Columbia’s biggest model train show which is held annually at the Cameron Recreation Centre in Burnaby. I hope that you were able to get out … Continue reading
Sara at LEGO’s Rebrick website reached out to VLC member Tyler Sky and interviewed him about his prolific building hobby. It can be found here: http://rebrick.lego.com/en-US/BottomMenu/Blog/922014-tsky64-bricksky.aspx or is reproduced below: by SMOORESARA 02nd september 2014 at 14:18 Most people can’t imagine … Continue reading
A shout out to our neighbours, AbbyLUG, for their fabulous contribution to the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation auction. They faithfully recreated the new Critical Care Tower built out of LEGO and donated the creation which went to auction at the … Continue reading
A couple weeks back, Keith and Pierre were contacted by Ashley Legassic for an article for the Langara Voice. It is reproduced here from the following link: http://www.langaravoice.ca/2014/03/26/vancouver-lego-club-big-kids-with-little-toys/ Vancouver Lego Club: Big kids with little toys March 26, 2014 1:56 … Continue reading
Original link: http://capilanocourier.com/brick-by-brick-lego-beyond-a-childhood-toy/ BRICK BY BRICK Lego Beyond A Childhood Toy By Romila Barryman | Published: March 12, 2014 “Leg godt” or “Play Well” was the ideology Ole Kirk Christiansen used to build his toy company in 1932. This Danish … Continue reading