On Saturday February 25, Nose Hill Library hosted its first ever LEGO contest. There were close to 30 contestants competing in different age categories. The event was a huge success – the library was packed with kids and adults craning to get a look at the entries throughout the afternoon. As one of the parent's commented, it was a great "community building" event, and the kids all had a great time chatting to one another about their building strategies and ideas.
The judges truly had a difficult job in deciding the winner for each age category. Some of the kids reported working with their Lego for up to two months prior to the contest!
The Lego entries were a great display of how skilled and creative the young minds of these kids are. Watch out world – the builders of tomorrow have arrived!