Legos a hit at Millbrook Free Library

Six-year-old Julian Kowalczyk worked on a Lego structure. Photo By Arvolyn Hill

Millbrook — Young architects and engineers flocked to the Millbrook Free Library Wednesday, Aug. 24, for a Lego night.

“Legos are so popular with kids and even some adults,” said Joan Frenzel, Youth Services coordinator. “They challenge the mind on many levels. We see children and parents building together often.”

Frenzel said she had wanted to start a Lego program for years but had difficulty collecting Legos.

“People are reluctant to donate their old Legos because they are timeless and can be used for generations,” said Frenzel.

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