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  • April MOC Challenge

    For April’s MOC challenge theme, we built a Minifig Habitat with a scene from a movie or tv show. These will be paired with all of our other 40+ minifig […]

  • March MOC Challenge

    March’s MOC challenge for NCLUG was to create your own Battlepack! We had a great time coming up a group of minifigs and a related side build for them that […]

  • Febrovery MOC Challenge

    Every February, many in the LEGO community come together and make the month Febrovery! With MOC builders pulling together their take on a space rover to go where no minifig […]

  • January MOC challenge – Monochromatic Build

    For January’s MOC challenge, the theme was voted to be a monochromatic build, only including one color of brick! We had some really awesome entries! The winner, as votes on […]

  • Bricksboro 2023

    NCLUG had it’s 2nd annual Bricksboro at the Greensboro Science Center on 9.30.23 and 10.1.23. We look forward to this the whole year and appreciate our partnership with the GSC, […]

  • August MOC Challenge

    For August, NCLUG had a MOC challenge theme of minifig habitats! This is an annual challenge, as we continue to build the collection of these to show off at Bricksboro! […]

  • NCLUG Exhibits at BrickUniverse Raleigh

    On June 23rd through June 25th, BrickUniverse took over the Raleigh Convention Center for it’s annual LEGO show. NCLUG worked with the show management to be able to group most […]

  • June MOC Challenge – Castles!

    June’s MOC Challenge for NCLUG was castle themed, a popular theme with any LEGO fan! We had 9 awesome submissions for this challenge. Which is your favorite?? See more pictures […]

  • May MOC Challenge – Star Wars

    May’s MOC Challenge was fitting for the month, Star Wars! NCLUG put together some great builds for the theme, building a scene from the galaxy far, far away! These and […]

  • April MOC Challenge – Trains

    April’s challenge, as voted on by the NCLUG community was Trains! Anything and everything that could be related to trains was fair game. We had some awesome submissions ranging from […]

  • March Microbuild MOC Challenge

    Hello and welcome to our post about the March MOC Challenge for NCLUG. Last month marked the first time we had ever had a microscale build challenge for our My […]

  • Febrovery MOC Challenge

    Each February, LEGO enthusiasts across many different groups across the world participate in Febrovery, where they create their own version of rovers! Each month NCLUG has a MOC (My Own […]

  • Hello LEGO fans!

    This is our first post to start the renovated NCLUG site.