Merimbula BrickFest to excite all Lego lovers

LEGO FANS: Pambula Rotarians Steve Goodchild and Lee Beatty with seven-year-old Scarlette Culliver who is holding an impressive display she built. Picture: Mel Leach

LEGO FANS: Pambula Rotarians Steve Goodchild and Lee Beatty with seven-year-old Scarlette Culliver who is holding an impressive display she built. Picture: Mel Leach

Imaginations will run wild as a fan-created Lego experience comes to Merimbula next Tuesday and Wednesday.

The floor of Twyford Hall will be filled with impressive displays as part of the first ever Merimbula BrickFest Exhibition which has been organised for the Sapphire Coast community by the Rotary Club of Pambula.

Pambula Rotarian and Merimbula BrickFest organiser Lee Beatty said people of all ages, from zero to one hundred, will enjoy seeing the impressive creations.  

Expert builders are also encouraged to enter their speed competitions, where participants will be given a short time limit and will race to build their best Lego masterpiece. 

The exhibition will be open on Tuesday, January 17 from 10am to 5pm, and Wednesday, January 18 from 9am to 1pm. Tickets are $4 per person or $10 for a family.

Profits from the Exhibition will benefit the Community Carers Accommodation Project.

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