Brick Show vis­its city

Manawatu Guardian - - NEWS -

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.

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