Museum hosts Lego challenge 

Make sure you’ve got your bricks in order, but don’t worry too much about hogging the wheels and windows.

Sunday marks the return of the Whistler Museum and Archives’ annual Lego Building Challenge. Children and their families are invited to take part in this third hands-on workshop in the Summer Sunday series.

To up the ante, organizers have introduced a theme in this year’s competition: trees. The most creative builders of these deciduous delights or enviable evergreens will walk away with prizes from Great Games and Toys, Lego, and McDonald’s Restaurants.

The challenge starts promptly at 11:30 a.m., Sunday, Aug. 8. Participants will have a maximum of one hour to fulfil their vision.

Admission is $5 for a child or $12 for a family of three or more children. Pre-registration in required for this limited space event. Call 604-932-2019 to register.

The Summer Sundays series concludes Aug. 22, with Shoot and Score!, a photography workshop hosted by local photographer Leanna Rathkelly.


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