Yakima Central Library hosted its first annual Lego event
YAKIMA, Wash. — On Saturday over 200 kids gathered at the Yakima Central Library for its first annual Brickstravaganza.
Brickstravaganza is where kids can come to the library to play with LEGOs and interact with other children.
The library usually does not have LEGOs available for children, but decided to put on this event together once a year to add fun to its facility.
Selah resident Berrueta and her two daughter are frequent Yakima Central Library visitors and are happy they started this event.
“I’m always bringing my daughters to the library and when they saw this event they really wanted to come,” Berrueta said. “I’m glad the library put together this event because it’s something kids could do for fun during winter break.”
Librarian Kyle Huizenga said due to the amount of people that showed up they are planning on having another event.
“We might be doing a monthly LEGO event, we’re still planning things at the moment,” said Huizenga.
Kids and family also watched the LEGO Batman Movie for the event’s finale.