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Lego Challenge

Date:
Sunday, 2 January 2022
Time:
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10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category:
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Build your own future development! Become an urban planner and design the new Albert Street precinct. From streets, transport, trees and buildings of different shapes and scale, how will you bring your city to life using only Lego?

Recommended for ages 5+, adult supervision encouraged.

This is a drop in session, please feel free to just turn up during this time.

  • December 21, 10.30am – 12pm
  • January 2, 10.30am – 12pm
  • January 4, 10.30am – 12pm
  • January 7, 1pm – 2.30pm
  • January 8, 10.30am – 12pm
  • January 9, 12.30pm – 2pm
  • January 15, 10.30am – 12pm
  • January 16, 12.30pm – 2pm
  • January 17, 10.30am – 12pm
  • January 22, 10.30am – 12pm
  • January 23, 12.30pm – 2pm

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