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  1. First 2018 AFOL Engagement Team Meeting

    Through the snowy Danish fields… And up flights and flights of stairs… The AFOL Engagement Team gathered in person for the first time in 2018 for our team meeting. We engaged in discussion about our plan for the year. We also had team presentations to discuss current challenges within our individual teams. Of course, we found time for fun in the snowy Danish country side with colleagues we don’t often see face-to-face! One evening we even took part in a cooking class offered at the hotel, where (under the guidance of carefully trained chefs) we prepared our own three course meal. Sanne, our LEGO Ideas Project Manager, preparing dessert. Jacky, showing us how he normally writes his name (in Mandarin). Helene, Head of Market Integration & Engagement, making an amazing sauce with Darryl, our new LEGO Ideas Marketing Manager and Kim. Much to our surprise, all the food was delicious! A few days earlier, the LAN team got together to discuss opportunities on the LAN and do a little bit on team building as well. It’s always great to get together with such a fun and smart group of people, until next time!
  2. Kicks and Bricks Helchteren 2018

    This is a smaller event of 1 day. With an exhibition of Moc's, collections, technic, Mindcraft, Mindstorms, Star Wars, Friends, Elves, ... There will also be a large gamestand with LEGO games on different consoles and also VR play. This is in collaboration with the Technical School Don Bosco in Helchteren. You can also see how the school works and how that LEGO is integrated into the learning packages for educational, problem solving thinking and creativity. This through the operation with the LEGO education innovation studio. There will also be a second hand sales section to find that set or LEGO part you are looking for.
  3. Bricks Cascade™ 2018

    Bricks Cascade is an annual Lego convention and exhibition held in Portland, Oregon (USA). It is held at the Oregon Convention Center, for and by AFOLs and LEGO hobbyists in the Pacific Northwest.