Legos for days at library


By Alia Boyd - aboyd@civitasmedia.com



Two area students diligently work to become master builders.


As part of the Legos at the Library event on Thursday night, area kids constructed their own Lego creations.


Kids show off the Lego masks that they constructed at the King Public Library.


The King Public Library hosted a Legos at the Library event on Thursday night.

The event included a screening of the DC Comics Super Heros Lego movie, a Lego building session, color and cut mask station and an activity sheet workshop.

Forty children in total attended the event, ranging in age from 1 to 12.

Each child in attendance received a free Hot Wheels car and a doughnut coupon that was donated by the Krispy Kreme on University Parkway.

The library also gave away two passes for the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte via drawings. Nicholas Donadio and Mamian Madrid won the passes.

“Everyone had a good time and will be anticipating our next Lego night,” said Gretchen Parker, assistant branch librarian.

Aila Boyd may be reached at 336-415-2210.

Two area students diligently work to become master builders.
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Lego3.jpgTwo area students diligently work to become master builders.

As part of the Legos at the Library event on Thursday night, area kids constructed their own Lego creations.
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Lego1.jpgAs part of the Legos at the Library event on Thursday night, area kids constructed their own Lego creations.

Kids show off the Lego masks that they constructed at the King Public Library.
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Lego2.jpgKids show off the Lego masks that they constructed at the King Public Library.

By Alia Boyd

aboyd@civitasmedia.com

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