LEGO at the library

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Twice weekly opportunity to share youthful passion and ideas

SUMMERSIDE - LEGO builders have an opportunity to share their passion at the Rotary Regional Library, with two sessions held every week.

Aidan Arsenault, left, Nash Collicutt and Elliott Boorne experiment with a pile of LEGO interlocking blocks and component pieces supplied by the Rotary regional library, taking advantage of an event held twice weekly to give an opportunity for practioners to share that creative interest.

The sessions are scheduled for Saturday afternoons at 3:00, and Thursday mornings at 11:00.

Saturday afternoons tend to be more popular. Six young LEGO afficianados attended the most recent experience while adults nearby engaged a poetry session, made use of  available computer connections, and browsed library shelves.

Play is open to all ages, even parents or guardians who often just supervise while the kids create with the library-supplied, interlocking toy blocks and component pieces.

 

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