Connecting with Kansas City Lego Lovers

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When we were growing up, my brother had a massive Lego collection, as did my husband. I bet many of you did, too. The love of Legos doesn’t have to stop once you reach adulthood, however. The Kansas City Brick Lab can connect you with other Kansas City Lego aficionados and together you can build something epic!

What is the name of your group?

Kansas City Brick Lab

What is your name and what is your role in the group?

Stuart Kahler (president)

How would you describe your group?

Adult Fans of Lego – Connecting adults who share a love of Lego.

When was the group founded?


How long have you been a member, and what made you want to join the group?

3 years.  I wanted to meet other fans to collaborate with, and take advantage of the perks that Lego offers directly to their recognized Lego User Groups.

How big is the group?

350 members in our FB group.  About 70 that come to meetings, with average attendance of 25 at meetings.

How often do you meet?

Monthly meetings, plus 8-12 public displays per year.

Where do you meet?

Union Station, in the model train room.  Usually on the second Sunday from 6-8p.

What do you do at meetings/events?

Organize our public displays, buy/sell/trade sets/parts, share building techniques, show off MOCs (my own creation), draft sets, have building contests, and hang out.

What do you love about the group?

It’s great to meet other people who are also interested in this small, but growing adult hobby.

Where can someone find more information about your group?

Anything else you’d like to share?

We’re free, and have no dues.  Participants must be 18, or teens accompanied by an adult.

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