Thousands poured into the Covelli Center this past weekend, July 6&7, 2019. Fans dressed as their favorite character were invited to participate in a collaborative build mosaic: Jay & Silent Bob, in recognition of headliner Jason Mewes.
Many dressed as their favorite super hero took their picture with NEOLUG’s display of super heroes mosaics and scenes. Many visitors returned both days, and look forward to our return next year.
The Westlake Porter Public Library hosted a free comic book day on May 4, 2019. To help the event be more festive, NEOLUG created and brought their Superhero and other comic book related Lego Creations for display.
Pictured here, is Mike Comstock’s Harley Quinn. In our photo gallery, you can see all of NEOLUG’s display items including Westlake’s own Adrian Drake & family’s Captain Marvel; and EJ Bocan’s Batman, Ironman, and Deadpool.
The International Women’s Air and Space Museum this year was delighted to have NEOLUG’s Inspiration booth this year for their Family Day.
The annual event held at Burke Lakefront Airport, is one of many stops available on the south shore of Lake Erie. Visitors on May 4th were immersed with the history of the museum in addition to other family fun activities.
Interactive activities included face painting, and aeronautical crafts from common items such as empty water bottles.
NEOLUG’s Inspiration booth pictures can be viewed in the photo gallery. Check out our calendar to see where we will be next.
Arthur Gugick, 59, was taken from this Earth on March 30, 2019. Arthur started playing with LEGO at age 7, and attended his first convention in 2005 – BrickFair Virginia. There were about 125 AFOLs in attendance. Arthur has built hundreds of scale miniatures of global landmarks and detailed portraits of pop-culture icons using nothing but LEGO. Arthur was responsible for the Taj Mahal build for the movie Taj (2011) ‘For the Taj Mahal, I actually had to write my own computer software to help me make the dome,” Arthur shared in an interview posted 4 years ago.
Arthur was a beloved high school math teacher at Beachwood City Schools, and a member of NEOLUG. You can view his other works of art on his website.
Bricks at Sea returned to port this past Friday in Miami. A great time was had by all attendees, and NEOLUG was happy to provide support for the event. There were some fun speed build events, give-a-ways, and even BINGO!!
This year Bricks at Sea left Miami Florida, sailed to Nassau Bahamas for 2 days, and took a smooth 7 knot speed back home to Miami. The event was February 17 – February 22. Next year’s tentative plan is to return to the Caribbean around mid-April for closer to 7 days. Anyone wishing to attend next year’s event can find more details on Facebook.
NEOLUG was hosted by Cinemark Theaters in Valley View, Ohio to a preview of the new and exciting sequel: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part.
THe movie is full of witty gags, clever animation, unexpected cameos, and the usual heartwarming family lessons. Come see your favorites, Emmet, Lucy, Unikitty, Benny, and meet some new ones, Rex, Queen Watevera Wa-Nabi, General Mayhem, and Banarnar.
NEOLUG had a number of creations on display, and the theater provided face painting, and balloon style minifigures. The movie has full release on Friday, February 8, 2019.
During the 100th anniversary of the Cleveland Orchestra playing at Severance Hall, NEOLUG is proud to be displaying a winter and Christmas holiday display in their lobby. Check out our calendar to see what events are happening there this month. Don’t forget to take selfies #NEOLUG
Bricks at Sea, another creation from our own Adrian Drake, is a AFOL convention on a cruise ship. This year’s trip will be sailing on Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas, from Monday February 17th to Friday February 22nd 2019. There is still time to book your room!
The annual Christmas celebration at Quail Hollow Park is just around the corner!
Such a beautiful time of year to visit the Hollow. Guests will enjoy a self-guided tour of the historic and newly decorated 40-room Manor House. The $15 per car event will feature twenty Christmas trees throughout the home and Santa will be in the library.
Children’s crafts and activities will be in the Nature Center and everyone may enjoy a wagon ride and a warm fire, while roasting marshmallows. Local choirs will perform each evening Thursday December 6 – Saturday December 8. Stop by and say Happy Holidays, or Merry Christmas!
If you’re looking for a fun, free event this weekend, why not bring your friends and family to the Solon Historical Society this Sunday? NEOLUG members will be displaying LEGO creations of all sorts and chatting with visitors. The show is free and open to the public this December 2, 2018 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Solon Historical Society is located at 33975 Bainbridge Rd, Solon, OH 44139.