More LEGO Mania at the Brampton Library this weekend

Published November 18, 2022 at 8:55 am


Your imagination is the only limit as the Brampton Library busts out the bricks for a night of LEGO fun this weekend.

Four Brampton Library branches will be holding LEGO Mania events this Sunday (Nov. 20) for kids and families to explore their creative and constructive sides.

Guests are invited to engineer your very own LEGO creations, meet other fans of the iconic interlocking bricks, and work together to create a masterpiece.

The event runs regularly at library branches across the city and uses the popular construction toy to encourage science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) learning.

LEGO Mania is free to attend and is recommended for school age children. The events will run from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Sunday at the Cyril Clark, Springdale, South Fletcher’s and Four Corners Brampton Library branches, with more dates later next week.

The Four Corners branch is also holding a “Game On!” session on Sunday, where kids use board games to learn spelling, math, and strategy. Drop in with your friends for free play.

Looking to get creative with more grown-up contraptions? Then check out the drop-in makerspace at the Chinguacousy branch on Sunday. From 3D printing, cutting machines, scanners and more, the Chinguacousy branch is equipped with some high-tech goodies.

The makerspace at the Chinguacousy Branch has drop-in hours open to the public on Sunday from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. available for free with your Brampton Library card.

Material and time limits are in place, and staff are available on location for limited troubleshooting and guidance.

For more information on LEGO Mania and the library’s drop-in makerspaces visit

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