We had a medium sized display on 10/28/23 at Bricks & Minifigs in Central Phoenix. The theme was Halloween and we had a 5′ x 7.5′ display. Here are some pictures from it:
We Held our October 2023 Meeting on 10/21/23. Our main event was a contest to place the most Lego pieces into a large Pick-a-brick cup. Del won the contest with over 500 pieces in his. We were also preparing for a Halloween display the following weekend. Here are some pictures of what club members brought in:
We held our September 2023 Meeting on 9/16/23. Our main event for the meeting was a Western Theme Contest. Here are some pictures of that plus a picture of something someone brought it.
We held our April 2023 Meeting on April 15th. We had 23 people attend the meeting. Here’s a few pictures from the meeting.
Four of our club members (and 2 spouses) went to a Lego convention in Santa Clara, California called Bricks by the Bay. There were about 300 AFOLs (Adults Fan of Lego) attending and a little more than 3000 visitors on the public days. We put together a 12.5′ x 25′ large City and Train layout. We won the Best Large Team Large Display award and a Pop Culture award for “Looking to Pop Back” for Jennifer’s Muppet theater. Here are some pictures of that display:
Tucson Comic-Con was a smaller display for us, but we put as much as we could in the space we had. Our main parts of the display was Castle and then on the side some Star Wars, DC and even the Expanse with Rocinante. This was on display from Sept. 2nd to 4th, 2022.
We participated in the Lego Group’s 90th year anniversary celebration. Here’s the result of our club members builds (Special thanks goes to JC for the idea). This is using only 2×4 Brick.
Phoenix Fan Fusion 2022 display was a large display. It included city, Jurassic area, castle and a miscellaneous area.
Here’s some pictures showing our display:
Here’s a video of us setting up the display (at 1000x speed up):
Cactus Brick was at Southwest Makerfest in March 2022. We had a community build Mosaic, Arduino based train controller on display, a Lego based spirograph and a couple remote controlled Lego cars.