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This past weekend the VLC was the Railway Museum of BC where we had the largest town and train layout that the VLC has ever made. This included multiple train stations, rail yard, downtown city, some rural farms and much … Continue reading
Come visit the VLC this weekend, Saturday Sept 10th, 2022 for Recovery Day BC. This is the 10th anniversary of the event is Canada’s largest mental health and addiction recovery event. For more information about Recovery Day please visit their … Continue reading
This past weekend the VLC attended the Family Farm Day at London Heritage Farm. Participants were encouraged to visit the VLC bee building station to add a bee to a beehive! This all day event also saw people connect with … Continue reading
Paul Hetherington is an award winning LEGO artist. His building style is known around the world for it’s fun storytelling, building techniques and masterful use of colors. Paul’s work has been featured in books, magazines, online blogs and news stories. … Continue reading
This past weekend the VLC was privileged to attend the Golden Spike Days Festival over the Canada Day long weekend. There we were able to show off some train builds, engage people in building a mosaic, and create some Hall … Continue reading
Are you interested in seeing some of the amazing builds that our members create? Then be sure to come out to the Golden Spike Days Festival in Port Moody this Canada Day long weekend. The festival starts Thursday the 30th … Continue reading
This past weekend VLC was at the Scandinavian Midsummer Festival in Burnaby. Here we had a city layout for people to see including some pop-culture build and builds on landmarks in the Lower Mainland. Can you spot them?
This years winner of the Dean Lovell Award for the Outstanding MOC of 2021 was won by John N for his Vancouver Fireboat #2 build
Every year the VLC nominates the builds of our members to receive the Dean Lovell award for an outstanding MOC created in the previous year. This award recognizes a great VLC builder who passed many years ago and was created … Continue reading