These will be part of the exhibit along with the OhioLUG’s cityscape display that took four hours to set up. It includes Columbus landmarks and a beach house and three skyscrapers, the smallest of which used 15,000 bricks alone.
The display will be open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 22. Awards will be given at 6 p.m. July 28, followed by a showing of “The LEGO Batman Movie.”
Admission is free.
Top finishers in each age bracket were:
Age 4-under: 1st, Graham Brackney, “Flying Bed”
Ages 5-6: 1st, Nolan Berner, “Home Makes the World a Better Place”
Ages 7-8: 1st, Jayden Dyer, “Lego City”; 2nd, Sullivan Uhl, “Tissue Box”; 3rd, Miley-Bell King, “Rainbow Blaster”
Ages 9-11: 1st, J.D. Knopp, “Champaign Gal #II”; 2nd, Luke Smosarski, “Lego Airport”’ 3rd, Ella Thomas, “Movie Theater”
Ages 12-14: 1st, Aiden Weber, “Fortress of Awesomeness”
Adult/Family/Group: 1st, Gunner Pryor, “Let Freedom Roar”
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