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ParLUGment

The LEGO User's Group
of Canada's Capital Region

Brickfête - July 28-31, 2011
Assembly Hall, Toronto, Ontario

Ontario Brick Builders hosted the first Canadian LEGO adult fan festival in a beautiful historic location on the shores on Lake Ontario. Jeff, Jude and Deborah headed west to join in the "old school" fun of this awesome celebration of our favourite brick building toy. Three and a half days of non-stop LEGO goodness included contests, challenges, an auction and of course a gigantic collection of LEGO creations. Saturday the event was open to the public and people from far and near gazed upon our collective works. Plans are already underway for Brickfête 2012 and will be posted at www.brickfete.com soon. Other photos from the event can be found in the Brickfête flickr pool.

Deborah's photos

Deborah's photos

Trains and Tulip - May 21-22, 2011
Algonquin College, Ottawa, Ontario

Member Taylor Pluzak exhibited at the Canadian Train Convention, celebrating the tulip culture with LEGO and trains. A great combination anytime.

Taylor's photos

Taylor's photos

Ottawa Tulip Festival - May 7, 2011
Ottawa, Ontario

LEGO certified professional Robin Sather was involved in a LEGO community event at Major's Hill Park during the annual Tulip Festival and invited some ParLUGment members to display alongside his giant tulip sculptures. Children were invited to build their own flower gardens with LEGO's Duplo building blocks.

Deborah's photos

Deborah's photos

Canadian War Museum - March 5-6 and 19-20, 2011
Ottawa, Ontario

Members of the group led by Lee were invited to the Museum to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Navy. The public was invited to help build a giant red boat and creations with a nautical or military theme were displayed.

Lee's photos

Lee's photos