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Lego library

Alison Strobl and her son, Grady, 1, check out the Lego display at the Wellington branch of the Vancouver Island Regional Library Saturday. The display is made by a monthly Lego club for kids that meets once a month on Wednesday afternoons at the branch. The cost is free, but registration is required at the beginning of the month, as there is sometimes a waiting list. During the session, kids ages 5-12 get together to construct Lego pieces based on a certain theme. January’s theme was ‘In the City’. For more information, please contact the Wellington branch at 250-758-5544. - NIOMI PEARSON photo
Alison Strobl and her son, Grady, 1, check out the Lego display at the Wellington branch of the Vancouver Island Regional Library Saturday. The display is made by a monthly Lego club for kids that meets once a month on Wednesday afternoons at the branch. The cost is free, but registration is required at the beginning of the month, as there is sometimes a waiting list. During the session, kids ages 5-12 get together to construct Lego pieces based on a certain theme. January’s theme was ‘In the City’. For more information, please contact the Wellington branch at 250-758-5544.
— image credit: NIOMI PEARSON photo
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