Cactus Brick will have a 5′ x 10′ train layout at Arizona Railway Museum for their Fall Rail Festival on Nov. 12, 2022 (9AM – 4PM).
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.
We had a small display at the Tempe Library for FanCon on Jan 29, 2022. This is a small outdoor display.
Here’s a few pictures of our display:
We had a small train display at the Tucson Toy Train Show on Nov 13, 2021. We showed our Tatooine display again, although we had to shrink it a bit due to the smaller area we had and we had one of our club members bring some very detailed trains.
Cactus Brick had a small display at Railfair this year. This was at McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park on Saturday, Oct 2nd and Sunday, Oct 3rd. This was a free event and we had tons of visitors come by to view our display. Here’s some images of what we had:
Several Cactus Brick club members participated in the Lego convention, Bricks by the Bay, on June 18-20, 2021. We held a contest for Lego Storyboard Films to help motivate people to produce additional content for our presentation. We had 3 different entries for the contest:
JC’s Entry: A Dragon Story
Peter’s Entry: Grogu’s Big Adventure
Corey and Stephanie’s Entry: King Ralph LXIV visits Maug
A special thanks goes to Peter for the great video work and to Jen for the great voice overs!
CactusBrick has a display at AZ Science Center until January 2022. 11 club members contributed to the display. Here are some pictures of the final display.
We attended the Lego Fan based convention called Bricks by the Bay virtually this year. We had a one hour session where we presented some of what we’ve been doing while there hasn’t been any opportunity for display in a short video. We also talked about our trees and the landscaping standard that includes rivers, paths and oceans. We have detailed info on those on our club standards page.
Here’s the link to the video:
Cactus Brick has a small display at Tempe Library FanCon on January 25, 2020. Here’s a few pictures of our display.