St Joseph's Primary School to host Junee's Bricktastic exhibition for lego-lovers of all ages

ALL AGES FUN: Organiser Emma Chisolm said this weekend's Bricktastic exhibition promised some great Lego-themed fun for people of all ages. Picture: Supplied
ALL AGES FUN: Organiser Emma Chisolm said this weekend's Bricktastic exhibition promised some great Lego-themed fun for people of all ages. Picture: Supplied

Lego-lovers of all ages are in for a treat this weekend when Junee’s Bricktastic exhibition will show off some of the finest plastic handiwork from around the region. 

Now in its second year, the exhibition includes works from Lego enthusiasts in Albury, Canberra, Sydney, Newcastle, Wagga, and Junee. 

Organiser Emma Chisolm said the event would also include a design competition for school-aged children. 

“As a mother of three boys, I would have to say that almost everyone we know loves Lego! It’s bright, it’s challenging, and it encourages my boys and I to be creative,” Ms Chisolm said.

“Bricktastic, like Lego, is designed to not only appeal to children but also to adults – I don’t think there would be anyone who could not appreciate the time and effort and the creativity involved in piecing together the exhibits.” 

The Junee Bricktastic exhibition is this Saturday, May 19, at the Junee Recreation and Acquatic Centre.

All proceeds will help fund the redevelopment at St Joseph’s Primary School. 

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