Spring for SydLUG started with a 2 day pop-culture event at the University of Sydney.
The inaugural PopFest was held on September 11th & 12th across several locations at the Darlington Campus featuring arcade games, table-top games, artist & hobby stalls, cosplayers, photo ops, celebrity talks, and a few MOCs by SydLUG members.
Following was Ryde Brick Fair on September 15th being held for its 2nd year.
The event was again well supported by its local community with 30 entries in the kids building competition and attracting over 2000 attendees with all funds raised going to Ryde East Public School P&C.
MOC highlights were the debut showing of SydLUG member Max’s Red Gyarados diorama featuring his unique cobbled path technique and the city collaborative centrepiece transitioning from airport to train shed to SpongeBob’s Beach.
The month was wrapped up with SydLUG’s largest ever event, South West Sydney Brick Fair held on September 28th & 29th at Crossroads Homemaker Centre.
Featuring over 100 MOCs from detailed dioramas to mosaics to unique mash-ups to scale model vehicles, it was a weekend of great family entertainment to start off the school holidays.
This event was only possible with the generous support of Crossroads Homemaker Centre and we thank them for this opportunity.