Welcome To
BRICKVILLE DESIGNWORKS

Robin Sather, Canada's only LEGO Certified Professional,
along with the rest of the Brickville team,
welcome you, and hope you enjoy your visit!




What's New ...


August 19-21, 2016: Robin was joined by the A.I.M.B.O.T. crew for a very fun event in Medicine Hat, at the Medicine Hat Mall. It was robot building time, and Robin constructed an cool old-school tin-type, wind-up robot. Photos at right.

Medicine Hat Mall Image Image Image Image

August 12-14, 2016: The LEGO Imagine Nation Tour had its second stop, in Montreal. Robin and the QueLUG adult LEGO hobbyist club built our version of a section of the famous 'Habitat 67' condo building, which has a very cool LEGO history all its own! Some photos at right.

LEGO Imagine Nation Tour - Montreal Image Image Image Image Image

August 5-7, 2016: Robin was at the Chilliwack Fair and celebrated 'Hometown Harvest' by building a LEGO cornucopia bursting with good things. Kids attending the fair built their own versions of fruit and vegetables and their creations were built into the model. It turned out very nicely! Photos at right.

Chilliwack Fair - Hometown Harvest Image Image Image

July 29-31, 2016: Brickville once again provided lots of LEGO fun at the Abbotsford Agrifair! This year saw the return of the exciting Westcoast Lumberjack Show. Some photos of the giant Husqvarna chainsaw that Robin built at right.

Abbotsford Agrifair 2016 Image Image

July 24, 2016: It was Farmers Feast day at Krause Berry Farms once again. Robin took the opportunity to build a LEGO version of the farm's logo!

Krause Berry Farms - Logo

July 9-10, 2016: The Abbotsford Berry Beat Festival hit Abby's downtown once again, and LEGO fun was had by all!

Abbotsford Berry Beat

June 4-7, 2016: The PotashCorp Childrens's Festival of Saskatchewan once again hosted Robin and Ley with the theme of 'Circle Round'. So, they built circles! Photos at right.

PotashCorp Children's Festival of Saskatchewan

May 10-12, 2016: The LEGO Imagine Nation Tour for 2016 had its first stop in Ottawa. Robin and the local ParLUGment crew had some fun building a cool version of the Parliament Buildings - Centre block. Photos at right.

LEGO Imagine Nation Tour - Ottawa Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

March - May, 2016: The largest LEGO mosaic ever built in Canada was built at the 'Big Build' event at the Disovery Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia, to raise funds and celebrate the building and development of their new location! The mosaic took several months for patrons and supporters to build. It measures over 6 metres wide by 3 metres tall (20' x 10'), and is made up of over 300,000 individual LEGO pieces! More photos at right.

Record Breaking LEGO Mosaic Image Image Image Image Image Image

May 6-7, 2016: It was AMAZEatorium time again in Saint John, New Brunswick! Robin, along with a few friends, built a permanent mosaic creation, and had lots of LEGO fun. Thanks to the crew at Touchstone Academy for putting on such a brilliant event. Click at right for some photos.

LEGO Fun at Amazeatorium Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

March 2016: It was time again for LEGO Mania at Tillicum Centre in Victoria. Hundreds of kids helped build a giant LEGO mosaic that is now mounted on permanent display in the shopping centre! The mosaic image was based on a painting by incredible silk artist Daniel Jean-Baptiste. The VicLUG crew brought their amazing creations to show, and as always, the building challenge featured over 130 kids and their incredible builds. Visit the TillicumKids.com website for details on the winning entries, and click the image at right for more photos.

Tillicum Centre LEGO Mania Image Image Image Image Image

February 2016: Viking Air sponsored the 2016 Family Day LEGO Festival in Sidney. Lots of great building activities went on, including Robin and the VicLUG guys building a great Twin Otter aircraft model, a mini custom airplane building kit, and the completion of a new mosaic by kids and families who came out to play. If you missed it, visit the Sidney Museum and Archives before the end of March 2016 to see it all, and get your own mini kit. Click at right for lots of pics.

Sidney Family Day LEGO Festival Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

February 2016: Willowbrook Shopping Centre hosted the building a 'LEGO Peace Garden' to celebrate the Family Day holiday. Robin built a large peace sign sculpture, which hundreds of kids then decorated with their own creations. Lots of photos at right

Willowbrook Shopping Centre - LEGO Peace Garden Image Image Image Image Image Image



For 2015 and older events, click here.

 


Last Updated: 11-Oct-2016