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Don’t Miss the Brick by Brick Lego Exhibition

By Korgan Hucent

We don’t know about you, but as children, many of us here at Ray White Bayside had the excitement of attending a Lego exhibition and seeing first-hand just how creative Lego enthusiasts can get.  From constructing robots and warships, to creating entire cities – there’s nothing that a Lego Engineer cannot create.

And now at the Casuarina Library, young and old can learn all about one of Australia’s most important cities: Canberra, which is our nation’s capital.  This exhibition allows you to explore the city for yourself, from the tropical comfort of Darwin – but you will be in the air-conditioning, which at this time of year is absolutely appreciated!

Learn about Canberra, its history and some of its amazing features, whilst at the same time, be amazed at what can be made possible with Lego, combined with talent and creativity.

The exhibition is suited to children ages four and up, and all children in attendance must have a responsible adult accompanying them at all times.  Choose to attend a guided session or simply come along for free play time.

Bookings are essential for the guided sessions, so be sure to check out the session timetable and book in via:  https://www.darwin.nt.gov.au/council/news-media/news/brick-by-brick-a-lego-exhibition.  You can also call the Casuarina Library directly for more information or to book, by telephoning 8930 0200

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