By Paul Schmitt
Your kids or grand kids just might be able to establish an interest in a career in architecture with a new Lego program available through the Door County Library. The Lego Builders Club at the Sturgeon Bay Library will start meeting on Saturdays starting on September 9 from 1:00 p.m. until 2 p.m. Youth Services Librarian Beth Lokken says Legos are a literal building block to learning.
Lokken says it is also an opportunity to take 8,000 Legos to build and create through teamwork with other children. She says the participants are from preschool to elementary age and build any structures they want with a theme attached to it. You can find more information on programs offered at Door County Library’s eight locations with this story online.