Event Descriptions:

Lego Education: What is First Lego League?
Have you ever heard of First Lego League or FLL? First Lego League is for children aged 5-14 in school settings or community groups. Hear from a current Lego Education Ambassador who coaches 2 successful First Lego League teams. Those teams took home 3 different tournament trophies this year. She has also successfully started Lego Robotics programs at 4 different schools. Come learn what is First Lego League and how Lego is used in a classroom. This is a hands on break out sessions being able to try out Lego Education and First Lego League products.
Women’s Brick Initiative
The Women’s Brick Initiative (WBI) is an RLOC dedicated to inspiring, supporting and empowering women in the LEGO ecosystem. We are excited to be back at Bricks Cascade! Please join us as we share an introduction to WBI, some of our research, and our efforts around equity and inclusion. Any person who feels this is an activity they would relate to is encouraged to attend. This includes women of all ages, girls (we recommend minors be accompanied by an adult), anyone who identifies as female, or who thinks what women are doing is the coolest thing since sliced bread.
Large Comissions and Teamwork
Find out what it’s like to build huge commissions with a stellar team.
Chasing Waterfalls: Elements of Water in Lego Landscaping
A look at the techniques that make up adding water features to Lego models. With a focus on part selections, adding depth and integration into a landscape.
How To Create Your Own Creations
Everything you ever wanted to know about how to make your own creations.
Builder Spotlight
Two builders. Two Creations. One Hour. An in-depth look at the creative process.
Lego Master Panel
Hear from LEGO Masters contestants about what it’s like to be on the show! From casting to filming to on-air viewing, contestants will answer your questions about their experiences competing on LEGO Masters and talk about how their life has changed since becoming an alumni of the show.
Bricks for Better Brains – (Re)learn How to Play
Find out about Bricks for Better Brains©, innovative activity for older people exploring creativity and building cognitive reserve.
Learning with Lego
A look at how LEGO can be used for learning and healing.
GayFOL Meeting
A social gathering of LGBTQIA+ fans of LEGO, hosted by GayFOLs.
PortLUG Meeting
A social gathering of our local Lego User Group, PortLUG.

You can download a copy of the event program which includes this schedule below.

This schedule is subject to change and we suggest checking back often to see any updates.

Last Updated: February 13