Lego my library

Does your daughter or son have enough Lego bricks to recreate the Eiffel Tower? Or so many that you keep stepping on them and need a great way to get rid of them? The Duluth Public Library has a solution for you.

The library is calling on the community to donate new or gently used Lego and Duplo bricks and sets to be used in programs for kids and teens.

Especially needed items include Lego and Duplo blocks, people, boards or building platforms (no whole tables please). Sets that are missing pieces are just as welcome. Let’s face it, we’re all missing pieces somewhere.

The library asks that those generous enough to donate bring their gift to the youth services desk at the main library, 520 W. Superior St., or to the circulation desks at the Mount Royal branch, 105 Mount Royal Shopping Circle, or the West Duluth Branch, 5830 Grand Ave.
The library’s first Lego program is set to debut this spring.