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Northland Library’s Lego Club one of many fun way for kids to learn

Tony LaRussa
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Will Jackson, 7, of McCandless contemplates his next creation during a Lego Club meeting at the Northland Library on on July 8, 2019.
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Kaida Hagy, 8, of Ross puts her creativity to use while building with Lego during a Lego Club meeting at Northland Library July 8, 2019.
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Owen Francis, 6, (left) and Trevor Francis, 8, of Ross join in on the fun at a Lego Club meeting at Northland Public Library on July 8, 2019. The club is one of scores of learning activities for kids offered at the library.

The Lego Club is among the many fun and challenging programs offered at Northland Public Library in McCandless.

The Lego Club is open to children in kindergarten through 5th grade to help them learn the basics of engineering while they build their own creations.

A list of programs for school-age children is available online.

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tony at 724-772-6368, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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