This seven-minute video, produced by Aotea Sport and Recreation Association Centre, gives you a look at the show.
All Blocks member Richard Miller – along with Polina Pyjova – have set up BrickScene, a social media platform that uses YouTube, Instagram and Facebook.
In their words, BrickScene is, “a channel dedicated to all things LEGO, with a focus on the New Zealand community.”
You can see Richard interviewing several All Blocks exhibitors at the ASR Brick Show.
Here is a list of some of the fabulous displays put on by the members of All Blocks.
A NINJAGO City display with Dragons and a Boat Race
Star Wars USC collection
A Star Wars-themed “Darth Mall” MOC
Western-themed sets from the 1990s
LEGO Indiana Jones and LEGO Harry Potter interactive games
A LEGO theme park
City construction zone on the new Xtra road playmats
Marvel LEGO MOCs
JHL Films stop motion displays and James’ fabulous interviews
LEGO City Fire Station and fire trucks
A Bulk LEGO pit
BRICKS 4 KIDZ ®
All Blocks LEGO User Group is proud to support BRICKS 4 KIDZ at the ASR Brick Show.
BRICKS 4 KIDZ NEW ZEALAND is the local franchise of the BRICKS 4 KIDZglobal franchise. They provide experience-based education programmes to introduce kids to the principle of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) using LEGO Bricks.
The BRICKS 4 KIDZ team offered free robotics workshops utilising We Do 2.0 and EV3 programming software.
The store was very popular and there were some great specials on offer.
This short, two-minute, time-lapse video gives you a quick look at the show.
I would like to send a huge thanks to all the members of All Blocks LEGO User Group who participated and we can feel proud that we helped Aotea Sport and Recreation Association Centre raise more than $2,500 for Autism New Zealand.