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You may have been thinking to yourself, that it’s been a bit quiet around here. And you would be right, but thing have been hopping backstage with three different displays/events in the next week. Opening today is LEGO: A Fraser … Continue reading
Two years ago, the BC & Yukon Make A Wish Foundation reached out to the VLC to help build a display that would attract more people to the Van Dusen Gardens Festival of Lights. Years ago my five year old … 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
Thanks so much for all who took the time to come out to Vancouver Mini-Maker Faire. And thanks to the organizers for putting on a great event and providing with us with a great space to show off our creations. … Continue reading
Did you miss seeing our display at Vancouver Mini-Maker Faire? Well, come out and see us at the Vancouver Art Gallery this weekend, June 21st and 22nd. For the past year, members of the Vancouver LEGO Club have been … Continue reading
So did you have what it takes to get one of the coveted Vancouver LEGO Club Science World After Dark medals? Well, for bragging rights, we’re posting the Leaderboards for the Events held at last week’s Bricks and Drinks Part … Continue reading
I missed posting about this earlier, but it’s a great blog entry for our recently closed Britannia Mining Museum. It’s been lifted from their blog which can be found here. http://www.bcmm.ca/Blog/why-lego What Does Lego Have to do with Mining? Posted … Continue reading
We had a lot of fun last year at Vancouver Mini Maker Faire. It’s great to know that so many of you Makers played and built with LEGO in your youth but then when on to find different mediums to … Continue reading
Here are some more pictures from Science World After Dark – The Drink and Brick Mixer. This was truly an amazing evening and everyone who came had a lot of fun with LEGO bricks. What more could you ask for … Continue reading
So who attended the Science World After Dark: Bricks and Drinks Mixer Part 1 in February? What do you mean Part 1, there’s a Part 2? Yup… If you missed out on the legendary and massively sold out Part 1, … Continue reading