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Arran Library has issued an open invitation for imaginative and creative children to take part in their first Super Saturday Lego Challenge this weekend.
The fun event is open to all children aged from five onwards and the challenge will be led by library staff. All of the construction blocks will be supplied by the library.
Taking place today (Saturday) from 11am to 12noon the fun starts with a few warm up games before the main challenge. The warm up games will include: cram them in, colour stack and tricky balance while the challenge will only be announced on the day.
It might be building the longest or the strongest bridge or it could be a marble maze. It could be an amazing fantasy creature or it could even be something completely different.
To find out more join the children at the library on Saturday or you can telephone the library on 01770 302835 for more information or to book a place.
Nickey Summer of Arran Library gets creative with some of the Lego that will be used during the inaugural challenge. 01_B06library01