The Saskatchewan Lego Users Group is proud to partner with the Regina Public Library to offer a number of workshops during the 2013 fall season.  These three workshops are geared towards children, teens and adults and cover a number of tips and ideas for building Lego creations!  Each one-hour workshop will be held at the Sunrise Branch location.

 

September

Saturday
28th

 8yrs + : 2pm - 3pm

Topic: THINKING OUTSIDE THE BRICK

Leader
(s): Adam

Synopsis
: Reimagining the use of the Lego brick in terms of set and scale.  The use and implementation of various non-traditional building techniques to enhance MOC (my own creation) building. 

Req. pcs
.: Basic bricks and plates, some studs-out pieces if possible, flat-hinged pieces if possible.
 

October

Saturday
26th

 8yrs + : 2pm - 3pm

Topic: TECHNICally SPEAKING

Leader
(s): Ray M.

Synopsis
: Tips for putting movement into your Technic creations, dealing with gears, wheels and making things move!   
 
Req
. pcs.: Any Technic pieces; gears, beams, bricks, pins.  Power Functions motors and controls welcome but not necessary.
 

November

Saturday
23rd

8yrs + : 2pm - 3pm

TopicMINIFIG CHARACTERIZATION AND CUSTOMIZATION 

Leader
(s): Adam

Synopsis
: Using traditional and non-traditional means to create the characters you are looking for but might not be able to find in the Lego universe. 

Req
. pcs.: Any minifigure heads, torsos, legs, weapons, utensils, accessories that you have. 
 

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