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Typically, I don’t want to spoil what you’re going to see at BrickCan but perhaps to tease you with a glimpse of what you might see will get those people on the fence about going to get off their butts … Continue reading
BrickCan 2018 BrickCan returns to the River Rock Casino Resort in Richmond on April 21st & 22nd, 2018! BrickCan is the largest public exhibition of LEGO® creations ever held in British Columbia! We invite guests of all ages to check … Continue reading
Have you ever seen an incredible MOC online that is so good that you wanted to buy it? Well, a person in Vancouver seems to have admired it so much, they want to sell it on Kijiji. Problem is, that … Continue reading
Awhile back we got a request to do a show about LEGO collections in French which fortunately for us, VLC member, Michel Poirier speaks. Unfortunately for us, he can’t remember where he got that fantastic t-shirt.
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
This has just been cut and paste from last year’s entry, so there may be inaccuracies. For the most current info, https://www.facebook.com/legofalloutshelter/ Are you planning on attending BrickCan April 19-22, 2018? This year the VLC is opening up our collaborative build of … Continue reading
On March 17, club members will be displaying builds at the Silver Creek Elementary School in Hope. There will also be bricks on hand to allow visitors to create their own masterpieces. Admission is by donation, and all proceeds from … Continue reading
As we move into fall, the Lower Mainland’s adult Lego community is getting ready for a busy event schedule. No, we’re not talking the new Ninjago movie or about the Millennium Falcon release, although that set is certainly causing quite … Continue reading
Thank you so much for coming to BrickCan 2017. Whether you were a full delegate of the four day conference or came to one of the six public exhibition sessions, we do really appreciate you supporting BrickCan. With all … Continue reading