Our June meeting will be held on the 11th and hosted by Chris Edwards. As usual our meeting start time is 11am. The address has been sent out in the meeting email, if you have not received it let me know. Here is more info from Chris.
But first, Heroica!
If anyone is feeling heroic, I would like to run a game of my own special Advanced Heroica after (most of) the meeting is done. Probably starting in late afternoon sometime, and you can expect the game to take at least four hours.
Please RSVP to let me know if you’re interested in playing. There will be room for 4 or 5 heroes. Others are welcome to watch, but beware of spoilers if you do! Depending on interest level, I may need to use a lottery system to pick players.
For anyone who isn’t familiar, I made my own Advanced rules for the LEGO board game Heroica, complete with custom cards and all-new scenarios. It’s a cooperative dungeon-crawl board game. No prior knowledge of Heroica is required.
Please RSVP about the meeting in general, also. E-mail, Facebook, PennLUG forums, Flickr are all fine ways to RSVP.
The build challenge for this month:
Gardens or Space Gardens
Build a garden scene, realistic or fantastical. Yes, there can be snails in the garden. Or tractors. Don’t just slap a bunch of flowers on a baseplate, though–that’s too boring!
And as always, come out, relax, talk about LEGO and other random things, bring any models you want to show off, and have a good time.
PennLUG is proud to be displaying at Phily Brick Fest 2016. We’ve worked hard on expanding and adding new fun features to bring things to life.
We’ve increased some of the details and encourage you to come out and see all the changes.
We hope to see you at the show!
It’s quickly approaching Philly Brick Fest 2016.
Sat. April 30th | 10am – 6pm
Sun. May 1st | 10am – 5pm
Click below for details and ticket information.
Brick Fest Live, Oaks PA 2016
PennLUG April 2nd 2016 Meeting will be hosted in
York, PA. The meeting starts at our standard time of 11am but anyone is
welcome to come early and hang out. Please RSVP if you are coming. The address and meeting details have been sent out with the meeting email. If you have not received it let us know by posting on forum or emailing.
Build a Caboose.
Those who know me know I love trains and am a big fan of the Caboose. I have built many. Know it’s your turn. Any scale, interpret the subject however you wish. There will be a group vote on the best model.
And as always bring any MOCs you want to show off and come have some fun.
Our March meeting will be March 5th in Mechanicsburg PA. The details have been sent out via Forum mail. If you did not get the specifics please email or post on the forums and we’ll get you over the details.
Several events are on the horizon including our very local Philly Brick Fest in April. Lots to discuss.
Our next meeting will be February 6th. Matt Hocker arranged a meeting with an event tied together. Please RSVP via the forums so we can get an idea on head count as well as any MOC(s) you might bring.
Setup 8 AM – Meeting Time 10 AM – 4 PM & display tear down.
Richland Library Meeting-Bricks for Books
Monthly Build Challenge: This month’s build challenge is to build something from your favorite literary work, be it a book, short story, poem, etc. How you choose to interpret the source material is entirely up to you. There will be a custom trophy for the winner, so have fun with it!
Thank you for another great holiday season with our town and train display at America on Wheels. We hope you had the ability to come out and see it and interact with the display.
The Museum remains open, however the PennLUG Christmas/Holiday Display is no longer up. Please do visit they have excellent exhibits and is fun for all ages.
PennLUG’s first meeting of 2016 will be hosted by Josh. We have a lot of upcoming events in 2016 to review and other opportunities as well.
Build Challenge: Build a small aircraft… (something that could land on a grass runway) There will be a trophy!
41098 Emma’s Tourist Kiosk
Meeting starts at 11:00am
We will order pizza
Detailed information on the Meeting place, and Agenda was sent via Forum Mail. If you need it or didn’t receive the information make sure your forum preferences are enabled for getting mail. Please use the forum, facebook, or email to request information.
The December Holiday PennLUG will be hosted by KC, and held at the NEW Snailtopia location, Sat December 5th, from 11 am till as late as you want to stay and socialize or play tabletop games. NO children under 18, NO dogs please, but other family members are welcome to attend. We have tons of fun stuff to do here other than Lego.
Address has been sent out in the meeting email. If you have not received it let us know and we’ll get it to you.
The build challenge is anything to do with celebrating Snailmas, the month long, non-denominational Winter Holiday where all snails and humans have a great time. It resembles Christmas a lot, with all the good food and crazy decorations, and fun gifts, but with no bickering about red coffee cups, or what Winter Holiday greeting is used.
We will also be playing “Dirty Brickster” the gift stealing/swapping game. To play you bring a wrapped Lego gift valued at $20 or more. Please try to bring something unusual, it makes it more fun. I recommend that you bring a Duplo shark, and see what happens.
I will be providing some food and drink, feel free to bring something to share, but you don’t have to.
Allergy alert, even though all the cats here live outside, the previous owner had inside cats.
I will TRY to have my winter monorail up and running, and an oval of 9V track, so bring your trains and monorails !
Anyone in PennLUG who places an order in my BL store, Kreativ Store,http://www.bricklink.com/store.asp?p=kreativsnail before this Thursday at noon, will receive 10 % off all parts, and 5 % off all sets, minifigs, or gear, if order is paid for with cash at the Dec meeting.
Come out for the 13th Annual Red Lion Train Station Model Railroad Holiday Open House. Once again this year my LEGO model of the Maryland & Pennsylvania RR’s Red Lion station will be on display in the very station it’s modeled after.