LEGO® BRICK FUN RETURNS TO TIMBER RIDGE LODGE & WATERPARK
LEGO Certified Professional Adam Reed Tucker to Host Creative Building Sessions
(LAKE GENEVA, WI; October 10, 2011)— In November, Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark is excited to welcome back internationally renowned LEGO® Brick artist Adam Reed Tucker for a weekend filled with fun and creative LEGO Brick building sessions. From November 11-13, Tucker will lead Timber Ridge guests in a variety of interactive seminars focused around LEGO Brick Artitecture™, and provide audience members with a “behind-the-scenes” look at his building process.
One of 12 LEGO Certified Professionals worldwide, Adam left his artistic mark on the lodge earlier this year when he unveiled his life-size LEGO Brick interpretation of Timber Ridge Mascot “Bruce the Moose.” The 7-foot-tall, 100lb. statue, made entirely out of LEGO Bricks, will no doubt serve as a hot topic for attendees.
To celebrate their continued partnership with Tucker, Timber Ridge is offering an exciting and educational two-night Mastering the LEGO Brick package to guests looking to experience all the weekend has to offer. This special package includes:
The Mastering the LEGO Brick weekend package is valid for stays on November 11-12, 2011 only, with rates for a one-bedroom suite starting at $429. Rates for a two-bedroom suite start at $529 and include six passes to Moose Mountain Falls Waterpark, a breakfast buffet for six people each morning, and up to four “Create and Take” LEGO Brick sets. All rates are exclusive of tax and nightly resort fee. Cancellations must be made 72 hours prior to arrival to avoid penalty equal to a one-night stay plus tax.
For more information, or to reserve accommodations at Timber Ridge Lodge, please visit www.timberridgeresort.com. Become a fan of the lodge on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TimberRidgeWaterpark, or follow daily updates on Twitter at www.twitter.com/Timber_Ridge.
About Adam Reed Tucker
One of only 12 LEGO Certified Professionals in the world, Adam Reed Tucker holds a Professional Degree in Architecture with an emphasis on the Philosophy of Design Theory from KansasStateUniversity. While working as an architect in the Kansas Cityand Chicagoregions, he came across a book entitled “The World of LEGO® Toys” by Henry Wiencek, and was so inspired by Wiencek’s adaptation of architectural possibilities using the LEGO Bricks as a medium that he set out to explore this idea further. In 2006, he founded Chicago’s first LEGO fan convention called Brickworld, and in 2007, Adam’s company Brickstructures formally joined forces with The LEGO Group to create a new line of LEGO Architecture products. As a LEGO Certified Professional, Adam focuses specifically on the design and construction of skyscrapers and other architectural structures, reaching out to the public via events and school programs. To learn more about Tucker and view his famous creations, visit www.brickstructures.com.Filed in Press Releases