Scottsdale Historical Museum – September and October 2013

We have a display at the Scottsdale Historical Museum (7333 E Scottsdale Mall, Scottsdale, AZ) during September and October 2013. The contributors of the display were Corey, Stephanie, GenYus, Nate and Joe. Here’s some pictures of the display:

North Valley Regional Library – August 2013

We also have a display at the North Valley Regional Library in August 2013. Joe was the organizer and biggest contributor to the display. Here’s the pictures of it:

Phoenix Comicon 2013

We were at Phoenix Comicon 2013. We were in the Exhibitor hall next to the 501st Stormtrooper area. About 18 club members helped with our display. We had a city/train layout, a microcity and various models on display. Everything was extremely well received. There was a lot of interested and we are expecting a few new club members. We also hosted a Lego Panel on how to start building custom Lego models as well as two build offs (one was 12 and under and the other was open to all ages). Both build offs went off better than expected. I’d like to thank Joe, Tom and Londa for donating additional small prizes so we were able to give out additional prizes to the kids.

Tom’s Flashy Video
Corey’s Flickr Set
Tom and Londa’s Photos of Setup
Tom and Londa’s Photos from Sunday
Tom and Londa’s Photos of the Kids Build off

Comicon 2013 Break Down
And the lights go out

Tempe History Museum Show – March 2013

Our Tempe History Museum Show (March 16 and 17, 2013) has been great. The flyers that we created helped attract quite a few people. The museum estimated that 150 people came out because of us. They had a live band on Saturday that also attracted a few hundred people. So, we had quite a few people coming through during the two days. Here’s the pictures from it:

Tempe History Museum Holiday Show – Dec 2012

Here’s a few pictures of our display at the Tempe Historical Museum. It will be on display until Jan 5, 2013.

The museum is located at 809 E. Southern Avenue, Tempe, Arizona 85282.

(and thanks to the Lego stores in Chandler and Peoria for donating the display cases)

We also participated in the museum’s Dec 7th event, “A Night at the North Pole”. A wild guess on my part is about 200 people stopped by our tables during the 2 hour event. There were a lot of kids that were very excited about seeing something built other than sets. (And no, I don’t know how many pieces it took to build the big building.) Here’s a couple pictures from that event: