Loving Legos: Sewickley Public Library Hosts Lego Building Extravaganza

Wednesday's Lego building challenges promotes childhood creativity and innovation.

Twenty two children and their parents stopped by the Wednesday night for a Lego-building extravaganza.

The library provided the Lego bricks and welcomed children to also bring their own from home. Whether a robot or giraffe, a tiger or a dinosaur, all of the children put inspiration and imagination for each creation. 

Dani Danylo, , said the hands-on program was the first to be offered this summer and Wednesday's proved to be a success.

She said the library will likely host another in the coming months, possibly in October. In addition to Lego, coloring activities, snacks, and Lego-related library materials were also provided. 


Click through the photo gallery! Did you build an interesting Lego project at home? Share your creations with us by uploading to this page.

Dani Danylo August 09, 2012 at 08:04 PM
Love all the pictures! Thanks so much for sharing! -Dani Danylo, children's librarian at SPL
Larissa Dudkiewicz August 09, 2012 at 08:58 PM
No problem! It was a fun night.


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