Harbord Diggers to host Toy Brick Show for school holiday fun
The exhibition will be open from 10am to 6pm daily and will showcase over 60 LEGO displays including the Hogwarts Castle, Star Wars Collections and the 10 metre LEGO Mega City.
Over half a million LEGO bricks will be used to make moving trains, buildings with lights and even working transformers. And the fun doesn’t stop there. There will be a building competition judged at the end of each day, a LEGO guessing competition where you could win a $100 LEGO set and a huge LEGO shop with the latest products, games and merchandise.
Harbord Diggers General Manager Dale Hunt said “It is great to be able to offer something really exciting for the kids these school holidays at our club.
“Families can come in, have a look at the wonderful exhibition, construct their own LEGO masterpiece at the building tables and enter the building competition.
“Even I remember playing with LEGO as a child so I’m sure the parents will enjoy it just as much as the children. There will be something here for everyone.
“We will be the only venue on the Northern Beaches hosting this special exhibition and in Sydney these school holidays, so we encourage parents to get their tickets now and pre-book,” he added.
Tickets are on sale now at the Club for $5 per person with children under 2 free. To avoid the queues tickets can be purchased by calling the club on 9938 1444 or online at www.harborddiggers.com.au.
Harbord Diggers will also have special meal deals for attendees including a $5 kids meal for those who pre-book and selected adult dishes from $10. Kids can also enjoy the exclusive Diggers Cove kids playground, adjacent to Madigan’s after enjoying the exhibition.
The Toy Brick Show will be open from 10am – 6pm daily from Saturday 28 June to Sunday 6 July and will be held in the upstairs Diggers Function Room. For more information about the Toy Brick Show, please contact Harbord Diggers on (02) 9938 1444.
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