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'It's a Snap! Community Lego Art Exhibit,' Wenham, starting Sept. 12

Posted by Jen Clark Estes  September 5, 2012 09:47 AM

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"Crazy Train Station in the New World" sculpture by Benjamin Stephens, age 5.

Photo: Wenham Museum

If you and your little ones love Legos, the Wenham Museum has the perfect exhibit for you. On display starting next week, the "It's a Snap! Community LEGO Art Exhibit" will feature nearly 70 unique sculptures by amateur and semi-professional Lego artists. The pieces were all created by adults and children who signed up in June to participate in this unique gallery experience. Their masterpieces include carefully-configured towers, creatures and imaginary places sure to delight and inspire. You'll also have a chance to unleash your personal creativity by building your own miniature masterpieces at sculpting stations throughout the colorful exhibit. Who knows what Lego wonders you'll be inspired to create? Exhibit opens on Wed., Sept. 12, and runs until Oct. 21. All ages. Adults, $7.50; ages 1-18, $5.50; members free. The Museum is open Tues. - Sun., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wenham Museum, 132 Main St., Wenham.

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