Last month, after the Saturday morning LEGO Club meeting, we went our way to the DixieLUG July 2016 meeting. The girl was happy, since she got to build a frog and we were excited to hang out with other like-minded people. Where there’s LEGO, there’s fun…unless you’re stepping on a brick with bare feet… but
If you’re local and don’t have any plans for this weekend, why not consider coming out to the “Trains! Trains! Trains!” event at Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History on Saturday and Sunday? The DixieLUG group has been asked to create a display for the event with our power function enabled train setup.
Earlier this year, we were invited to attend DixieLUG. If you don’t know what a LUG is, let me explain. LUG stands for LEGO User Group. It’s the vehicle that LEGO uses to help AFOLs (Adult Fans of LEGO) get together and hang out and share ideas. Each LUG is situated in areas where someone has specifically taking on the responsibility