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Stephen Kendall

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  1. Thanks for the video and update @Balazs Kiss We really are not getting very far with the development of the two systems, every time I see a new possibility I'm disappointed with the lack of support, no documentation, complicated coding. Also, what happened with the workgroup of ambassadors for this new system, I haven't heard a single update on progress. @Kevin Ahn can you find out what happened?
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    For this weekend, LEGO® Masters finalists David and G, will be with the WCLUG at WA Hotrod & Street Machine Spectacular - Koolsville Pavilion. Come on down and meet these two Masters, get a selfie, an autograph and race against them on our Racer Ramp. The Play Zone of LEGO is free to enter, we will have 4 of the ramps and a heap of LEGO to build with, along with the remote controller tracked racers, see if you can push and run over your friends vehicle. David and G will be exclusively at the show 9am-12pm on Saturday. G will be at 9am-12pm and David will be 12pm-3pm on Sunday at the show.
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    WCLUG Play Zone at the Hot Rod and Street Machine Show 2019. Children can build a LEGO car and race it down the ramp, drive a LEGO Tracked Racer and free play with LEGO. All free!!!
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    West Coast LUG in partnership with Channel Nine Perth will run a free Play Zone for children at Lakeside Mandurah Forum Shopping Centre.
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    West Coast LUG in partnership with Channel Nine Perth will run a free Play Zone for children at Lakeside Joodalup Shopping Centre.
  6. Some think like this maybe It will need a diode to stop people connecting a old 9V battery to a Hub but not that hard to place in the 2x2 black part in the middel.
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    Perth's Largest Exhibition of Model Trains. Including a Play Zone of LEGO Trains run by the West Coast LEGO User Group. Come build a train, a train line and run a train, all from LEGO
  8. The Hub #4 and Hand set # 2 are available in the Bricks and Pieces page, just enter a set number 60197 or 60198. Be warned thou, they are very expensive.
  9. I am very pleased that Roadshow in Australia has decided to do some early pre screenings in Australia. We have our tickets for Sunday the 10th Feb. We received confirmation from our LEGO head office with this poster. Thanks to Adrian Di Francesco. I did reach out to Roadshow in August 2018 and advised them our position about the negative effects of a late release, they where happy to hear from me, so I hope that it may have helped in their decision to at lest do the early screenings. Interesting fact, our first display was when we did a early screening of the first movie in 2014, we organised a charity fund raiser for the first movie, my wife Joanna and I put on a small display of modular's with a brick build road and train track. As we didn't want to leave the display unattended while the movie was on, we stayed behind and manned the display. When everyone came out we said, "don't tell us what happened, we are seeing it next week" but everyone came out and was laughing at us, they said, you will understand when you see the movie. Well we went next week and we where watching the movie and it gets to the part where you see Fins Father has his displays all over the place with big "Do Not Touch" signs. Well we sank into our seats, the week before we had the same on our display, ever since then we have never put up a sign like that again. We do have signs, but they just say, "We look with our eyes not our hands" and we say this rather then what Fins Father says. We have also gone out of our way, to always have a section in our displays and shows that children can touch, play and interactive with.
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    Bricktober - Perth 2019 is a fun yearly event that showcases the largest collection of local, ‘WA made’ collections of models built from LEGO® by fans of the brick in Perth W.A. Built by the Community for the Community. WA's Premiere Fan Event of LEGO®
  11. Love the work HispaBrick Magazine has done on the system discovering what can be done :-)
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    Bricktober - Perth 2018 is a fun yearly event that showcases the largest collection of local, ‘WA made’ collections of models built from LEGO® by fans of the brick in Perth W.A. Built by the Community for the Community. This year we have 60 local Perth Volunteer Exhibitors. The show will feature the LEGO® themes of: City and Trains, Friends, Technic®, Star Wars®, Disney Princesses®, Elves®, Superheroes & much, much more! The event runs over 2 days with a stadium full of Lego on display. We have: · Over 250 tables of Lego on display, built by the Community for the Community. · A "Brickpit" of over 30,000 LEGO® bricks that you can play with. · Animated LEGO® films on the big screen. · Building Competitions on the day (please note numbers are limited - sign up on the day) · Appearances by Life Size Mr Brick - Have your photo taken with him! · Appearances by Superheroes, Princesses and Star Wars · Drive a LEGO® Train or Technic® model with a remote control. · Build a Lego car and race your friends on the new Racer Ramp. · Buy a raffle ticket to win cool LEGO® sets. · Take a guess at the number of pieces in a jar of LEGO® and win the Jar of LEGO®. · Purchase LEGO® from sellers and merchandise at the Bricktober Merchandise stalls. · Free stuff before the show with a chance to win tickets to the show - Enter our COLOURING COMPETITION and Shoe Box MOC - There are prizes for different groups: boys & girls and an AFOL category - details on our Facebook page & Website. · Refreshments are available on site.
  13. Congratulations to the Members of SydLUG for organising a great show and smashing the record for most Minifig habitats displayed, this is a awesome achievement and a great way to get the community involved. Great to see your club raising funds for the Nepean Area Disability Organisation, well done SydLUG!!!
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