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Montclair Lego Tickets Still Available

You can work with a real architect to reconstruct Montclair out of Lego.

Photo via Rob Young (flickr.com/photos/rob-young/)
Photo via Rob Young (flickr.com/photos/rob-young/)

Only select tickets are left for families to “Build Montclair in Lego” this weekend.

One session at the Montclair Art Museum’s amazing Sunday event has already sold out, but there are still spots open from 5 to 7 p.m.

The event costs $35 per family and tickets must be purchased online. 

From the Montclair Art Museum’s website:

Work with architect Stepen W. Schwartz of building Blocks Workshops to visualize Montclair as you’ve never seen it before. With over 60,000 LEGO building blocks at their disposal, families will recreate specific buildings in Montclair. These building models will then be placed on a map of downtown. Suitable for familes with children ages 5-14. Space for each session is limited to 50 families of no more than 4 persons, including at least one adult. Please check montclairartmuseum.org for registration updates.

Co-presented by Montclair Historical Society and the Montclair Art Museum in conjunction with Building Blocks Workshops. This Building Blocks Workshop is designed by Stephen W. Schwartz, AIA Architect of SWS Architects of Livingston, NJ. LEGO is a trademark of the LEGO Group.

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