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I posted about this in the wrong category, somehow missed this one! I was just wondering if there was anyone else that belongs to the California, San Francisco based LUG called BayLUG. I just joined and was wondering if there were any other members using Eurobricks. It would be nice to chat with other members here since I spend a lot of time on here too. Mainly the Bay Area is a big place and I was hoping there were some members closer to me. Thanks!
I just found out that apparently there is a new LUG in So. California in the Inland Empire that has had meetings in a library in Riverside CA. The information is sketchy and I can't locate a contact. If anyone has any more info I would appreciate it. Thanks, Andy D
Hey y'all, I'm hoping to start a LEGO User Group for TFOLs this summer in Atlanta, and I have a few question I hope people can answer... First off, where is the best place for people to meet, based on experience? I know lots of people say libraries, but seeing as you can't be too loud (even in a study room) or have any food there, I'm not quite sure. I also have my LEGO/Youtube studio in my basement, but I'd be afraid until I get to know the members of the group that they would steal something...possibly? But yeah, that brings me to the next topic: how to get members? I'd prefer to keep the group small (like 12 or under people), and I only want people who are legitimately hardcore LEGO fans. So where to advertise? I mean, my youtube channel is obviously a great place, so there's that, but what about in the public? And finally, the third question: what to do? I know that lots of folks just like to hang out and talk LEGO and probably trade a bit, but I also wonder what else. I also have read about the organized builds, but I feel like until I could get a group started that wouldn't happen for a while, and the group would have to decide as a whole. As far as anything else, I've got nothing. Ideas? Thanks for the help.
Hey, was considering starting a local lego club and was looking for info on how others may have gone about it. If there is another place here it's discussed drop a link and I can end up in the right place. How do people usually go about it? Is there a larger organization in the US and then you become a chapter? What kinds of things do the clubs do at meetings? What kind of age rage do you shoot for if you want to keep adults? We are in a community of about 60 thousand. Would this be big enough to draw from?