Lego Day on the Hill
Family Lego Day on the Hill
Do your children enjoy building cars, trucks, landmarks or creating something of their own with Lego? If yes, then this is a perfect place for you! Participants will receive tips for building Lego kits, learn Lego trivia, and have a chance to win Lego prizes and build and keep their own Lego kit with Lego Minifigures. Also, participants will learn the basic steps in making a Lego movie using licensed Lego software. The course is for children ages 5 and up. Parents are encouraged to participate with their child since itís a family event. The cost is $65. Children of faculty, staff and students receive a 30 percent discount and would pay $45.50. Seating is limited. All sales are final.
Date: Saturday, March 6, 2015
Time: 1-3 PM
Price: $65 | purchase online
Lego Day on the Hill for Adults
Are you an adult who enjoys building with Lego? If yes, then this is an awesome event to attend! Participants will receive tips for building Lego kits, earn a chance to win Lego prizes, and build and keep their own Lego kit with Lego Minifigures. Please note that the Lego Kits used in this course will be larger than the kits used for the childrenís course. Participants will also learn the basic steps in making a Lego movie using licensed Lego software. The cost is $99. Seating is limited. All sales are final.
Date: Saturday, March 14, 2015
Time: 1-4 PM
Price: $99 | purchase online
All Lego classes will be held at the following location:
Pulaski Technical College
Tom Steves Community Room, Business Technology Center
3000 West Scenic Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118
Inquiries regarding both Lego Day on the Hill classes should be directed to Lennon Parker at (501) 812-2730 or e-mail email@example.com.
About the Instructor:
Lennon Parker has been building with Lego bricks for more than 20 years and is a member of the Lego Master Builder Academy. His three children keep him a full-time Lego dad.
Lego instructor, Lennon Parker with Todd Yakoubian and his young Lego friends on KATV's Good Morning Arkansas discussing the educational advantages of Lego. Click here to watch the segment.