Members

Kevin B – Supreme Grand Admiral

Renata – Master of the Coin

Paul – Minister of Propaganda

James – Member

I’ve been an AFOL since rediscovering my passion for the brick back in 2012. I enjoy almost every theme there is, but I would say that I primarily build Trains and Castle. Cafe Corner style modular buildings and Giant Robots follow closely after. My favorite official Lego theme is currently Nexo Knights, they are so much fun to play with even as an adult. Watch for my growing roster of BC Rail and Pacific Great Eastern locomotives and rolling stock if you ever get out to the train show.

Peter – Member

Kevin P – Member

Robin – Member

Lee – Member

I didn’t know it, however, I became an AFOL late in 2011. I went to my first Adult Lego Club meeting where we played the “dirty brickster” game, it rhymes with trickster for a reason. It is super fun! I will explain later when you join our club. I digress…this reignited my flare for Lego building and led me to the world of Adult Fans of Lego (AFOL)

I am a Branch Manager by day and at night I become a Lego enthusiast, tossing bricks around like a mad scientist to create my next MOC, not unlike the Tasmanian devil cartoon character. Generally, I would consider myself a flow-builder… I let the bricks do the “talking.” I see a cool element and it triggers an idea, asking myself…what can I do with this part, how can I utilize this in my next MOC. Meaning, I start most of my models with Right Brain thinking – creativity and artistic senses. In turn, if presented with large project to recreate a particular structure I revert to Left brain thinking – logic, calculations, etc… not as much fun though.

For the most part there is no Lego theme I would not pick up and try to build, redesign or innovate into something interesting. That being said, I grew up with Classic Castle and Space, with some Technic sets. Now, I appreciate all things Lego as I expect others to have my level of passion and I can’t understand when they do not share this view point. Lol.

My personal experience is the Lego community has been awesome, they are inclusive, receptive, and welcoming. I have attended fan conventions and have participated behind the scenes in such venues as Brickcon in Seattle and BrickCan in Richmond, BC. I would recommend this to anyone that is still on the fence or undecided about going. It is amazing, don’t missed out!

Clayton – Member

Brian – Member

Jason – Member

Ben – Member

Dawn – Member

Lili – Member

Marlo – Member

Zach – Member

Stephan – Member

Mike – Soon to be Member

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We are NOT the LEGO® Group of companies.

We do NOT represent them. They do NOT represent us.

This is simply a club of hobbyists, collectors, enthusiasts and builders who enjoy all the things that The LEGO® Group produces.

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