It was a nail bitter for a while there, but It’s Official ULUG will be FanX 2015. We know your really there for the Cosplay, and the actors, but If you like LEGO, even a little bit, you should come, and see whats in store this time. We promise some returning fan favorites, as well as some new things to grab your attention.
Ticket Prices vary widely, so check out all the details before you buy
This Year, The World’s Greatest Hobby on Tour is Coming to Utah. And it promises some great excitement, and fun for the whole family.
The Show will have an indoor ride on Thomas Train, Model Railroads from many local railroading clubs, Trains that both adults and kids can control, and Coming in at 20′ x 30′, Utah’s Largest (and to my knowledge only Public Lego Train display) . So whether you want to see our Lego display again, or are looking for something to do with the kids this weekend, the World’s Greatest Hobby on Tour promises to be a great time for one and all.
Here are the Details:
World’s Greatest Hobby on Tour
South Town Expo Center (9575 S State St, Sandy, UT 84070)
Registration — Registration purchased at the show (cash/check only)
Adults: $10.00 (good for both days)
Kids Under 16: FREE! (must be accompanied by a parent)
Saturday February 4th 10am to 6pm
Sunday February 5th 10am to 5pm
Utah FIRST Lego League (FLL) is an exciting, and fun robotics and innovation program that ignites an enthusiasm for discovery, science, teamwork and technology. Participants are kids ages 9 to 14.
FLL has been long established in other parts of the world and The United States, but did not make it foray into Utah until last year when the University of Utah began sponsoring it. Utah FLL is made possible by the University of Utah and various corporate partners, individual team sponsors, and the more than 500 volunteers and team coaches each year.
This year however FLL is short about 200 of the volunteers needed for the qualifying and state tournaments which will be held on January 7th, 14th, and 28th. so if you can, clear your calendar, and click over to the volunteer site and sign up.
For more information, Check out:
The US FLL Site
Pi Pod; Last Years Utah State Champs