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Fun for Kids

Loic, Simone, Kath and others visited the fun for kids festival.

Also our World LUGGER Colleen had some fun helping out in the Brick building are they had set up.

She shared tips on building with the kids in teh workshop being run.


World LUG supports ITB’s Castlemaine LEGO EXPO

Several World LUGGERs traveled to  Castlemaine, north of Melbourne (Victoria, Australia) to support ITB Fan Expo.

We where joined by a few guys from MLTC and Mark & Andrew from Geelong and Cosplayer.

Great time was had by all and thanks again to Rob and Col for there  hospitality.

Can’t wait for net years event.


Palo Alto Museum: Living LEGO-cy

Dec 3, 2011-Jan 15, 2012
Museum of American Heritage
351 Homer Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94301


We are pleased to announce that our 8th Annual “Living LEGO-cy” holiday show will be on display in the Frank Livermore Learning Center at the Museum of American Heritage in Palo Alto for the Holiday season. The public display will run Friday, December 9, 2011 through Sunday, January 15, 2012.

Museum of American Heritage
351 Homer Ave
Palo Alto, CA 94301

BayLTC will be presenting a self-running train layout with several loops of trains running through town, farming, and suburban scenes. In addition, BayLUG members will have a variety of other models on display.

Show Hours:

  • Friday-Sunday 11am-4pm
  • Monday-Thursday closed
  • Closed for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day (Dec 24-25) and New Year’s Eve and Day (Dec 31/Jan 1)

Admission: $2 (cash only, please) – BayLUG and MoAH members are Free!

Layout size 12.5’x25′

Friday and Saturday, December 2-3, 2011 are members-only set-up days, from 10am-4pm, and the learning center will be closed to the public on those days. On Sunday, December 4th, there will be a private event for Museum members. We will open the display to the public on Friday, December 10.

Attention Members

Planning for this event is done on a wiki page. Please edit the wiki to register your participation. If you do not have an account on the wiki you will need to create one and request access to the BayLUG wiki.

Micropolis at the GMLTC Open House

August 6th, 2011

The Greater Midwest LEGO Train Club (GMLTC) is the oldest of the local LEGO groups and this past year has found a permanent home for their fantastic display at the offices of BrickMania in North East Minneapolis. The new location has allowed them to have an open house on the second Saturday of each month where they get to show their layout to the public.

Recently they extended an invitation to TwinLUG to display Micropolis in their space and so we would like to extend an invitation for everyone to come see both the GMLTC train display as well as the TwinLUG Micropolis layout this coming Saturday August 13, 2011 at BrickMania from 10am till 4pm. Click here for location and further information.