Russell Clark

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    Maker Faire Bay Area 2018

    Maker Faire showcases the amazing work of all kinds and ages of makers—anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit and wants to share their accomplishments with an appreciative audience. BayLUG will be providing static displays, a fully functional train layout, kid’s play area, robotics demos, and GBC.
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    14th Annual BayLUG Holiday Show

    This is BayLUG's 14th Annual Holiday Show. There will be a large train layout with static displays, live building, and vending. Admission is $3 per person cash at the door. Hours are 11am-3:45pm (last entry) Friday, Saturday, and Sunday only. Closed Christmas Eve day, Sunday, 12/24/17.
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    East Bay Mini Maker Faire

    BayLUG will be displaying models of all types, such as sculptures and other art, vehicles, robotics, and GBC. We will also be hosting a Minecraft-themed brick play area.
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    Great Train Show

    BayLTC will have a large train layout on display featuring downtown, amusement park, farming, and rail yard scenes.
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    Bricks by the Bay 8

    Bricks by the Bay™ is one of the largest LEGO® conventions in the Western U.S. and the premier annual display of LEGO brick creations in Northern California. So what exactly is a LEGO® convention, you ask? Bricks by the Bay is a four day long celebration of all things LEGO, where hobbyists, artists, fans and enthusiasts come together to learn, share and play. The convention will be held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California, in August 2017. Convention attendees bring their wonderful LEGO brick creations to display. We gather for brick building seminars, LEGO themed fun and games, and to hear from luminaries and ambassadors of LEGO brick building. On the last day of the convention, the public is invited to attend and see all the attendee built LEGO exhibits. Ours is one of many such conventions nationwide, such as BrickCon in Seattle, the BrickFairs held on the East Coast and BrickWorld in Chicago. The 2017 Bricks by the Bay convention theme is California Dreamin’. Whether it is brick built models of famous California landmarks or other inspired builds that invoke the spirit and history of the Golden State, the attendees’ creations are sure to inspire. So join us this Summer which marks the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love and share some love for our favorite bricks.