The Albany Institute's LEGO Challenge is back this weekend. Blurbage:
Bring friends, family, and colleagues to work together to create beautiful Lego® structures. This year's theme is "On the River." Whether you're creating a boat, a bridge, a house with a water view, or even an underwater creature, let your imagination run wild! Basic Building blocks will be supplied, however, contestants may bring their own.
Last year's event was a lot of fun, and included some really good designs.
The building sessions are Saturday, Sunday, and Monday (Columbus Day). Registration is $20 per team -- teams can include up to four people, of any age. Space is limited, so the institute recommends pre-registeration.
And, of course, if you don't want to compete, you can just go to check out the designs as part of a visit to the museum.
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