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Queenscliffe Bricks, Victoria’s premier regional Lego event is back on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 June.
Queenscliffe Rotary Club event co-ordinator Karen Pecar said: “I’m really excited by Queenscliffe Bricks this year. For the first time we have a Lego masterclasses run by Lego afficionado Travis Matheson. Come and find out what Lego microscale is all about – making models with a minimum of pieces. Our first session is Microscale Spaceships followed by Microscale Creations.”
“We’re now in our sixth year and each year brings new exhibits from the Melbourne Lego User Group. These are the sort of creations you can take your time to look at and appreciate the detail involved. This year we have a competition to find the specially marked minifigures hidden among the displays.”
Queenscliffe Bricks is the must do family activity this Queen’s Birthday long weekend.
“While you’re having fun you’re also supporting local, national and international Rotary projects like picnic tables for local primary schools, literacy projects, student exchange, Wheelchair Foundation, Shelterbox and the End Polio Now program,” Ms Pecar said.
Book online at www.trybooking.com/265753 to go in the draw to win a Lego door prize – one prize every session.
Master classes are running at 10am and 2pm on Saturday and places are limited to 20 per session. Booking details at www.queensclifferotary.org.au

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