The VLC is once again returning to FanExpo Vancouver where we will be bringing some fantastic that celebrate what our members are fans of. Expect to see dazzling pop culture builds, some giant Great Ball Contractions, LEGO races, and more.
Fore more information, and to purchase tickets, visit the FanExpo Vancouver website.
This Saturday, February 10th, some of the builders of the VLC’s “Everything is Still Awesome” exhibit will be on hand at the Museum of Surrey. They will take the opportunity to answer your questions, show off some easter eggs, and talk a little about their contributions to this wonderful display.
This will take place between 1 and 2 PM so make sure you get there early. If you’re not able to attend during this event make sure you stop by before the exhibit closes on March 31st.
The other day VLC member Joel Short’s build “Wars of the Star Age” was debuted and gathered the attention of many other LEGO fans, including The Brother Brick, who highlighted this spectacular build by Joel.
The level of detail conveyed with so few pieces make this build truly incredible. If you want to see this build in person it will be at FanExpo Vancouver, February 17th through 19th.
This past weekend the VLC returned to the Vancouver Train Expo with a fresh new town and train layout. Our largest exhibit yet with the Train Expo featured multiple tracks of rolling stock, a train yards and station. The display was so engaging with the crowd that we won the People’s Choice award!
VLC, in partnership with the Museum of Surrey, has started our largest show of the year! “Everything is Still Awesome” celebrates the 20 years that VLC and the Museum of Surrey have partnered for exhibits and draws upon LEGO® fans love of nostalgia.
If you love classic LEGO® themes like Space, Castle, Adventures, Vikings, and Pirates this show has something for you, with multiple exhibits including a timeline with actual LEGO® builds. Be sure to also take note of pieces from previous VLC exhibits with the Museum of Surrey, as well as nostalgic artifacts of some unique LEGO® displays.
This free exhibit is open until March 31st 2024 at the Museum of Surrey.
In preparation of our upcoming “Everything is Still Awesome” Fall Exhibit with the Museum of Surrey, we are partnering with the Museum for for A “LEGO Creation Contest & Museum of Surrey Show and Share Display!”
Children are invited to build a LEGO® creation and have it displayed at the Museum of Surrey!
*Contest will take place between Sep 1-Sep 22 at midnight. *Ages categories are: 4-8 years old, 9-12 years old, and 13-17 years old. * Selected LEGO® creations will be exhibited in Museum of Surrey’s Show and Share display from October 10 – December 22, 2023.
For more information and to view the rules and regulations for the contest please visit here
Come see the the VLC this weekend at Family Farm Day at the London Farm in Steveston on Sunday, August 13 from 11am to 4pm.
Enjoy a wide array of activities for all ages, including heritage exhibits, LEGO building, kids’ wood-shop projects, live music and entertainment, pony rides, a rabbit petting area, raptor displays, and more!
For more information of Family Farm days and ticket information visit here.
This past weekend the VLC attended the 4 day Cloverdale Rodeo and County Fair. This event saw builders from both VLC and the Fraser Valley LUG come together and display an almost 500 baseplate town and train layout!
We also had a variety of Great Ball Contraptions, as well as a variety of other builds on display and also playbrick for kids to build their own inventive creation!
We hope to see everyone again at the Rodeo next year!
Please note that most of the LUG activity on our site takes place in private Forums and WhatsApp and at monthly meetings. To find out more please contact our membership director.
We are NOT to be confused with The LEGO® Group of companies. We do NOT represent them in any manner, nor do they endorse, sponsor or authorize the VLC. We are simply enthusiasts, builders, hobbyists and consumers of the many wonderful things that The LEGO® Group produces.