Published On: Fri, Jun 23rd, 2017

Lego Man helps local kids build imagination

WAUSA — Curtis Mork lives out every kid’s dream – getting paid to build with Legos. Every summer, the Lego Guy travels around the Midwest to different libraries with a large plastic tubs filled with his highly-detailed city buildings and a couple of his own building designs.

Colton Hoesing, Trace Wakeley, Drew Dawson and Kali Suhr check out one of his creations consisting of an entire downtown business district complete with a hotel, pet shop and even a pool hall.

He recently made a stop at the Lied Lincoln Township Library last Thursday morning to put on a Lego show for the local kids. On several display tables he showed off his creations to the awe of the children. One table consisted of what looked like an entire downtown business district complete with a hotel, pet shop and even a pool hall.
Another table displayed Lego-ified mini figures of various pop culture icons including an Imperial Stormtrooper, Batman and Homer Simpson.
However, the objective of Mork’s show is not for children to just look at Lego creations, but to create their own. After a short lecture about the history of Legos, Mork brought out a plastic tub filled to the brim with a random assortment of the familiar colored building blocks.

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