Be a kid again with LE­GOS

The Catoosa County News - - COMMENTARY -

Why should the kids have all the LEGO build­ing fun? The 6th Cavalry Mu­seum is part­ner­ing with Bricks For Kidz to host the area’s first-ever, grownups only LEGO night, Fri­day April 13, from 7 – 10 pm!

Spe­cial mo­tor­ized tech kits and model plans de­signed by ar­chi­tects and en­gi­neers will chal­lenge all LEGO builders pro­vid­ing fun for the young-at­heart to en­joy. “Sev­eral peo­ple have asked about an Adult LEGO night and we lis­tened,” said Chris McKeever, mu­seum di­rec­tor. “We wanted to of­fer a fun night out for adults only that would ap­peal to those who might not oth­er­wise think to visit the mu­seum.” In ad­di­tion to all the LEGO fun, guests can tour the mu­seum, en­joy ap­pe­tiz­ers, con­tests and win door prizes.

The evening is for those 21-years and older and al­lows guest to bring the adult bev­er­age of their choice to en­joy while build­ing. The cost is $30/ per­son or $50 per cou­ple. A por­tion of the pro­ceeds will be do­nated to the mu­seum. To learn more about the event or the 6th Cavalry Mu­seum visit 6thcav­al­ry­mu­seum.org. You must reg­is­ter for the class. Reg­is­tra­tion is done on­line at www.brick­s4kidz.com/ten­nessee-chat­tanooga-oolte­wah.

6th Cavalry Mu­seum vol­un­teers Stephanie and Ja­son Dor­ris show that LEGO fun can be had at any age.

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