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Buy a shirt to support the Hampton Roads Naval Museum's Shipbuilding event!
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The Hampton Roads Naval Museum is proud to announce the Fifth annual Brick by Brick Lego shipbuilding event will be held at the Half Moone Cruise and Celebration Center. On Saturday, February 6, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Hampton Roads Naval Museum (HRNM) will bring back its “blockbuster” LEGO Shipbuilding event, but in a venue that provides three times the space. This FREE program invites LEGO shipbuilders of all ages to share their creations with fellow enthusiasts on one exciting day – and compete for fabulous prizes! This popular signature event is presented in partnership with the Hampton Roads Naval Historical Foundation, Nauticus, and the Naval Historical Foundation. Children and adults alike can bring their pre-constructed LEGO ships to dilay atthe museum prior to 2 p.m. on February 6th. There are two separate contests: one for those who make ships at HRNM, and one for those who built their ships at home. HRNM will award prizes for five winning age categories in each competition, along with our fan favorite, voted on by YOU! HRNM Educators will be on hand to share the science behind building ships. In addition, visitors can create historic naval ships from HRNM’s own diagrams. Each year, staff members add new ships to their on-site brick fleet. New ships this year include USS Maine, USS Seawolf, USS Liberty, and USS Monitor, and the CSS Virginia. STEM for elementary and middle school children! First Lego League of Virginia will be on-deck for a LEGO robotics exposition, to include some hands on programing. While SeaPerch will have a demonstration table for their remotely operated underwater vehicle competitions. Several LEGO-related activities will accompany the event, so be sure to bring your creativity to the Hampton Roads Naval Museum.