Lego Games come to Langley Oct. 26

Last year's event in Vancouver was sold out and proved very popular.

The Brick Games, also known as the Vancouver Lego Games, are coming to the Langley Events Centre on Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Langley was chosen as the host city for their second annual event, which was sold out last year in Vancouver. The Events Centre was chosen for its size and features.

Lego enthusiasts from throughout the province will congregate at the LEC to build and fundraise for the Lego Foundation and Love Global Foundation.

Hosted by Jelly Marketing, a Langley firm known for bringing fun to the Fraser Valley, The Brick Games are a surefire success.

“We’re proud to be bringing the Games home to Langley,” said Jelly Marketing’s Darian Kovacs.

The 2012 event benefiting Canuck Place sold out two months in advance.

Featuring a larger venue, more prizes and added entertainment — The Brick Games are sure to bring the party home for local families and Lego enthusiasts young and old.

“The turnout last year was amazing — and we knew that this year, we had to go big,” said Kovacs.

With six age divisions and two unique competitions, there is something for everyone.

Proceeds from The Brick Games will benefit the Lego Foundation, with a mission to inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow.

Love Global Foundation is a Langley-based charity providing storytelling and fundraising support to Christian missionaries around the world.

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