• Manchester Public Library LEGO Event

    ConnLUG has been invited to help with a fun event for the Manchester Public Library. The library is looking for help with a teen program using LEGO, and they have reached out to ConnLUG to lend a hand.

  • Restoring Our LEGO World

    With the February Monthly Meeting in the books, ConnLUG members took the opportunity to reconnect in person and online via our hybrid meetings. This was one of the few times since the beginning of the global pandemic that we were able to engage with one another for an in-person gathering. Many familiar faces, and some new faces as well, joined in sharing our love of LEGO with MOCs, MODs, and excellent builds.

  • ConnLUG in the New Year

    January 2022 is right around the corner, and for our first meeting of the new year, ConnLUG will host a hybrid meeting, both in person and online. Member may choose which way to attend based on their comfort level. The January meeting will see the return of the set draft and the build challenge! Check out what's in store for the January Monthly Meeting on our events calendar.

  • Approaching the Holidays

    Approaching the Holidays It's hard to believe that 2021 is almost over. Here we are, days before Thanksgiving, and the year wrapping up in only a few weeks. This year has flown by, as many of them do, but despite the challenges of remote meetings and surviving the global pandemic, ConnLUG has emerged as strong as ever.

  • We Asked, You Told Us

    Summer. We made it. The sun is shining, the air is warm, and the smiles have almost returned to our little corner of the world. We've been through a lot these last few months, both in our personal health and in the health of our communities. It has been a difficult road so far; however, we managed to survive and even thrive through our love of LEGO, socially distant communication, remote gatherings, and concern for one another. Find out what is changing and what is staying the same for the rest of this year, plus new rules to keep us safe!

  • May 2020 Virtual Monthly Meeting

    Join us on May 16th from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM for our our May Virtual Monthly Meeting online via Microsoft Teams. We have lots of fun planned, including plenty of MOC-and-Tell, a set review, and updates on our annual events schedule and news from the LAN. During the meeting, we will also have some cool building seminars to showcase useful techniques. Members are welcome to bring guests as well. We look forward to seeing you online!

  • ConnLUG Featured in Blocks Magazine

    ConnLUG has been featured on the international stage! Back in January, Blocks, a UK based subscription magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, by LEGO enthusiasts, featured a segment on ConnLUG in an awesome two-page article in its January 2020 issue #63.

  • April 2020 Virtual Monthly Meeting

    Join us on April 18th from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM for our our April Monthly Meeting in Hartford, CT. We have lots of fun planned, including a set draft of 76142, a set review, a minifigure and parts swap, and our MOC and Tell where members will bring their builds to talk about. During the meeting, we will also have some cool building seminars to showcase useful techniques. Members are welcome to bring guests as well. We look forward to seeing you there!

  • March 2020 Virtual Monthly Meeting

    Join us on March 21st from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM for our our March Monthly Meeting in Hartford, CT. We have lots of fun planned, including a set draft of 60253, our quarterly build challenge, a minifigure and parts swap, and our MOC and Tell where members will bring their builds to talk about. During the meeting, we will also have some cool building seminars to showcase useful techniques. Members are welcome to bring guests as well. We look forward to seeing you there!

  • ConnLUG Adds New Challenges

    ConnLUG Members can now find a dedicated section for our Quarterly Build Challenges on our site under the Events section. The ConnLUG Quarterly Build Challenge is an opportunity to participate in a fun and friendly contest with other members four times per year. The challenges are presented in the public meetings that fall in the months of March, June, September, and December. ConnLUG members are given a set of instructions for the parameters of the challenge, and then have ample time to build what inspires them. During the meetings, members are invited to display and describe their MOCs, and the goal of the challenges is to then display the collective…