This weekend sees Bricks at Home share the best of LEGO creativity virtually, with Brick Fanatics Editor Graham Hancock on presenting duties today.
Today is the first of the two-day virtual event, Bricks at Home. It is an online event from Brick Alley LUG and London AFOLs that will bring the best builds from the LEGO community, along with workshops, presentations and social opportunities.
This special online event is free to attend and launches at 9.30am for those who have registered. It runs on Saturday, July 25 and Sunday, July 26, with the format allowing attendees to drop in and out as they desire. For those who missed the registration deadline, videos will be going up on YouTube at a later date.
Saturday – the day that I am delighted to be hosting – features session showcasing MOCs with four themes; Weird and Wonderful; Space, Classic Space and Star Wars; Technic & GBC; Vintage & Remastered LEGO sets. There will also be a Bricks McGee workshop and socials to start and finish the day.
Sunday will be hosted by Richard “Bricks McGee”, with four sessions themed around Weird and Wonderful; Trains; LEGO Cities and Towns. There will also be a presentation from Bricks to the Past and opportunities to socialise with other AFOLs.