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Lego Club at City Library

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Published February 14th 2015
Lego Club - a place of possibility
Lego can be played by anyone with any age. Lego is not only brick toy but can help your child develop his/her social and emotional skills. From distributing bricks to deciding what to build and agreeing on designs, playing with bricks teaches and develops important skills - such as negotiation, compromise, respect for others, helpfulness, and following rules.

The City Library Adelaide - located on Level 3 Rundle Place, with its entrance from Francis Street tucked away just off of Rundle Mall - hosts free monthly programs and events focussing on well-being and sustainable living, experimental learning, creation and arts and culture - with artists and composers in situ. The library also offers child friendly events like Lego Club.

The Lego club sessions will be held on Wednesdays at 5pm and on Sundays at 2pm in the City Library. This event is Suitable for ages 4 100 years (children 10 and under to be accompanied by an adult). Lego Club is free event and bookings are not required. Just come along and let your imagination run wild.

For more information please contact phone number; (08) 8203 7990 or email library@adelaidecitycouncil.com.

This fun activity brought to you by the Adelaide City Libraries and Toyworld - MYER Centre.
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When: 5pm Wednesday and 2pm Sunday
Phone: (08) 8203 7990
Where: City Library Adelaide Level 3 Rundle Place Rundle Mall Adelaide
Cost: Free
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