We were at the Tucson Toy Train Show on Nov 9th and 10th. Our display was (for us) a mid sized display. It was 15′ x 20′ in size and had 3 different tracks with plenty of spurs for parking tranis. There weren’t very large crowds, but there was a steady stream of people coming by our display. Here are some pictures of our display.
Five Cactus Brick club members went to Bricks by the Bay which is a Lego Convention in the Bay Area. We put together a 25′ x 12.5′ city/train layout which included the City, Farm, Bay of Arizona and a Western Town (as well as trains). Here’s a few pictures from it:
Here is a presentation about Cactus Brick’s use of MILS.
Here are some more pictures of our display at Phoenix Comic Fest 2018:
We have a large display at Desert Ridge Marketplace (Tatum & 101) from Nov 17th, 2017 to Dec 10th, 2017. We are located across from American Eagle Outfitters.
The display includes a large city/train layout (Justice League theme), Winter Village, Pirate scene and a lot of Star Wars models.
We’ll be open on Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays.
Open hours are:
Friday: 6PM – 9PM
Saturday: 11AM – 9PM
Sunday: Noon – 6PM
Black Friday: 11AM – 9PM
We are starting to setup a large display at Desert Ridge Marketplace. We will have the display open for 4 weekends. Exact times will follow this post. This is one of our largest displays and it’s free.
Here’s a few pictures from last year:
We had a mid-sized city display and play brick table at Tucson Comic Con 2017. Here’s a few pictures:
Cactus Brick will have a large Lego Ninjago movie display at Tempe Marketplace (across from Just Sports, suite #1234).
The dates that the display will be open are:
Friday, Sept 15: 6-9PM
Saturday, Sept 16: 12-9PM
Sunday, Sept 17: 12-6Pm
Wednesday, Sept 20: 5-9PM
Friday, Sept 22: 6-9PM
Saturday, Sept 23: 11AM-9PM
Sunday, Sept 24: 12-6PM
The Lego Ninjago characters will only be at the display on Wednesday, Sept 20 from 7PM to 8:30PM.
Six of our club members travelled to Santa Clara for the Lego convention, Bricks by the Bay. They had several hundred Adult Fans of Lego (AFOL) attending with a huge convention center filled with Lego displays of all type. Here are a few pictures of our display there.