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
This year we were at the Cuyahoga County Fair, in Berea Ohio, from Thursday – Sunday August 8 – 12. NEOLUG had as much fun as the nearly 250,000 fair visitors this year.
We had even more people show up this year to look at the wonders we created such as a mini Cuyahoga County Fair, Egypt, and other creations from the our member artists. The miniaturization of Professor Bubblemaker’s Beautiful Bubble Ballet was a huge hit with both visitors and the professor himself. To see more of our photos of the event, please visit our photo’s page.
NEOLUG will be returning to Cuyahoga County’s Fair on Thursday, August 9 – Sunday, August 12. We will be featuring a minifair along with plenty of other new and favorite items. Here’s a sneak peak at what is planned to be there:
The fair is open 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM every day, and opens at 10:00 AM on Saturday.
NEOLUG had as much fun as the attendees of the event. There were some build in progress, like Adrian Drake’s work on Deep Space 9:
and completed works like Eric Knapp’s Door’s on stage:
NEOLUG participated again this year at The International Women’s Air & Space Museum annual Family Day on May 5, 2018. This year, NEOLUG featured several LEGO® creations during the event including Todd Wolf’s Mather recreation.
The surprise of the event was when President Trump landed at the airport for an event that was being held later that day in Cleveland Ohio.
NEOLUG’s April group meeting was comprised of fun, food, and best of all, playing with LEGO bricks. Using multiple copies of the Go Brick Me set, NEOLUG members built custom BrickHeadz for each other. The leftover pieces were also put to good use in a set draft.
Each member went home with a life-like (albeit somewhat blocky) version of themselves. Here’s EJ Bocan posing with his custom Brickheadz built by Ken Cefaratti.
NEOLUG member Zach Lewis (and his sons Wesley and Elliot) were recently featured in the Shaker Heights Schools November Newsletter! The article, which you can read here, explains how Lewis came out of his “dark ages of LEGO” and provides various insights into Zach’s architectural building style, specifically delving into his LEGO versions of local buildings including Boulevard Elementary School and CWRU Harkness Chapel. To see even more of Zach’s amazing LEGO creations, check out his Flickr.