A celebration of all things Lego

We love Lego: Lincoln Chesser, Benji Fletcher, Leonard Beckett and Matilda Gilvray at last year's Brickfest at Tuncurry.
We love Lego: Lincoln Chesser, Benji Fletcher, Leonard Beckett and Matilda Gilvray at last year's Brickfest at Tuncurry.

Lego fans will have a chance to see all new exhibits in March when Rainbow Bricks returns with MidCoast Brickfest.

Exhibitors come from the Hunter Valley, Central Coast and Sydney and are bringing their creations for everyone to enjoy.

Old favorites like the City layout will be back with lots of movement, lights and working trains.

Lots new exhibits will also be displayed, with Lego creators busy building since last year's event.

Visitors will have the opportunity to talk to the creators about their displays and to see what can be done with Lego bricks and some imagination.

As well as the exhibits, the always popular Build Area will be there for kids (and kids at heart) to play in.

There will be a barbecue and cake stall featuring the famous Lego themed cookies and cakes, as well as slushies and coffee van.

The event is a fundraiser for Hallidays Point Public School.

This year the P and C is running a Lego Raffle with Lego sets as prizes. Tickets will be on sale at the event.

Lego sets, parts, and other Lego merchandise will be for sale.

MidCoast Brickfest will be held at the Great Lakes College Tuncurry Campus , Northern Parkway, Tuncurry, between 9am and 3pm on Sunday March 4.

Entry is $5 per person, or $15 per family.

For more information go to www.facebook.com/MidCoastBrickFest

Rainbow Bricks LUG is a registered Lego User Group [LUG] with The Lego Group whose exhibitors are all volunteers giving up their time to create their displays and put on these event.