architect wrote:You should add an option for both fests. I will likely attend both of them.
Good point. I'm going to Brickworld for sure (Castle coordinator again
), and I'm pretty sure I'm going to make it to Brickfair too.
Jacob C. wrote:Does anyone have a link to the Brickworld website (if there is one?)
The registration this year is $50 ($10 less than last year). Also a room at the Westin hotel is $115 per night. (This is 50% off the regular rate.) Plus if you share a room, you'll cut your costs in half again.
The Phantom wrote:babyjawa: What do mean when you say "Lego store nearby"? Your talking about at brickworld, and not just in the general area, right? If you are talking about the general area I dont think there is one. I live an hour from DC, and have relatives there, so I go there all the time and I have never found a lego store before. The lego website dosen't say there's one either.
is in the Chicago metro area. The location is close to both the LEGO store at the Woodfield mall and the LEGO store at the Northbrook mall.
We have 50 people registered as of today. For a first time event, 2007 turned out to be GREAT
, and we plan to make 2008 as least as good! I encourage everyone who can to come to Brickworld, at least as a public spectator, if not an attendee.
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