Brick Show visits city
It’s called the Brick Show, also known as Lego.
This year’s Brick Show is September 29 and 30 and is the third to be held in Palmerston North.
Show promoter and exhibitor Dylan Thomsen said local passionate brick fanatics make some spectacular Lego creations.
“There will be some rare sets on display but the exhibits are mainly people using Lego to make their own creations — for example a Lego version of the Tui Brewery was one of the most popular displays last year.”
Dylan said the Brick Show is a charitable event and the $2 entry fee will be going to YOSS — the Youth One Stop Shop in Palmy.
“We nearly had 7000 people attend last year and we want to make it an even bigger and better event this time.”
■ The 2018 Palmerston North Brick Show, Barber Hall, Waldergrave St, September 29 9am4pm, September 30 9am-4pm. $2 entry fee.
Manawatu¯ brick builder Glenn Knight’s “Castle on the cliff” which will displayed at the Brick Show.