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Get ready for the LEGO contest at Bixby Library

GEORGIA KUNKEL HOLDS her first-place ribbon next to her winning entry in the First Annual Lego Contest in 2019. The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Vergennes and the Bixby Library are seeking entries for the 2020 Lego contest.

VERGENNES — Lego-mania will return to the Bixby Library in Vergennes in mid-February.
The Bixby and the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Vergennes have announced they are co-sponsoring their second annual Lego Contest and Exhibit, which will culminate with a Monday, Feb. 17 awards reception at the library.
Both organizations will accept entries for the competition through next Monday, Feb. 3, and those interested may find registration links at either bixbylibrary.org or bgcvergennes.org. Up to a total of 60 entrants will be accepted.
Prizes for creativity will be awarded in Pre-K and Grades K-2 and Grades 3-5 categories.
Prizes for craftsmanship will be handed out in the Grades 6-8 and Grades 9-12 categories.
Prizes in the Adult, Senior and Adult/Child Team categories will be based on both creativity and craftsmanship.
Judging will be completed before the Feb. 17 ceremony, which will run from 5-7 p.m. at the library. Entries may be dropped off at the Bixby on Feb. 13 between 4 and 7 p.m.
Entries must consist primarily of Lego, Duplo, Megablocks or other Lego-compatible plastic bricks and related pieces. They must be original works and not be based on Lego kits or online or magazine instructions, according to organizers.

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