NCLUG Meeting – Sunday October 30th

Cameron Village Library
Rm 202-A
1:15 – 4:30pm

Sunday, October 30th 2011

With Halloween taking place a day after the meeting, let your imagination run wild and bring a spooky MOC this month! A haunted house, graveyard… anything goes!

We’ll be discussing plans for our upcoming holiday display at Airlie Gardens in Wilmington, NC. If you’re interested in displaying/participating, don’t hesitate to drop by!

About Dan

Dan is an AFOL previously living in Cary, North Carolina. He is a life-long LEGO fan, but has only fairly recently (2007 onwards) become active in the Adult Fan of LEGO community. He had previously lived in Londonderry, New Hampshire and Sammamish, Washington, and naturally managed to move out just as LEGO stores went into each area. He has not gotten back on his feet after moving out of NC suddenly due to personal concerns in early 2013.
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4 Responses to NCLUG Meeting – Sunday October 30th

  1. Peter says:

    Is this event at the Cameron Village Regional Library in Raleigh, NC?

  2. Dan Pikora says:

    Yes, that’s the one.

  3. Peter says:


    My name is Peter Kelpin, and I am a senior at Davidson College. In researching for a potential paper topic for a class, I stumbled upon Adult Fans of Lego and the North Carolina Lego Users Group. I have been a die hard fan of LEGO since childhood, and still have every single one of my bricks. I am very interested in learning more about the work that NC LUG does.

    I was unable to attend this past weekends NC LUG meeting in Raleigh, but would love to set up an interview with you, or anyone within the NC LUG community, to learn more about the work. If you believe an interview is at all possible, please contact me. I am happy to travel for the interview, or schedule a phone/Skype interview.

    I hope to hear from you soon.

  4. Den Hicks says:

    Such wonderful post to read about NCLUG Meeting……. I like using this forthcoming festival display at Airlie Gardens in Wilmington, NC 🙂

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