Lego Enthusiasts To Showcase Creative Builds As Brickfest Returns To Anna Bay January 15-16 | Port Stephens Examiner
The port’s hugely popular summer vacation Lego extravaganza is back.
Brickfest at the Bay will be held the weekend of Saturday January 15 and Sunday January 16 at Anna Bay Public School from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Organizer Rainbow Bricks says he’s thrilled to be back in Anna Bay and to show up again physically for the 12e Annual âBrickfestâ in Port Stephens.
âWe will have many local designers showcasing their unique creations, Lego collections and other fantastic items that you won’t find anywhere else,â said organizers Kevin and Angela Evans.
âWe’ve been bringing together passionate builders from across the Hunter region since 2011 – come meet them this year.
“The Brickfest at the Bay is hosted by volunteer fans who want to share their love with others. Attendees can enjoy a day of family fun at this unique event.”
Due to the pandemic, this year’s Brickfest at the Bay will be a structured, COVID-safe festival with staggered start times and a limited number per session.
Les Evans said in some ways that the new system would give attendees the ability to see more exhibits.
âWe encourage potential attendees to book a session early. In the past, between 1,200 and 1,400 people have visited Brickfest over the two days,â said Kevin and Angela.
âWe are proud to support the Auxiliary at Tomaree Community Hospital this year with the proceeds of this community event. Those interested are therefore encouraged to purchase their tickets early. The cost is $ 7 per person. [aged three and over] or $ 25 per family [two adults/two children or one adult/three children]. “
There will be a lot of new creations for everyone to enjoy, including town planning and lots of new buildings and creations. The event is considered to be the oldest Lego fan event in New South Wales.
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