Building community out of Legos at Federal Way’s Movies in the Park

Building community out of Legos at Federal Way’s Movies in the Park

Community gathers at Town Square Park for showing of “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part.”

  • Tuesday, August 20, 2019 4:06pm
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Locals gathered to build community — and all things Lego — during Federal Way’s Movies in the Park on Saturday. Attendees enjoyed “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” at Town Square Park. One of the event sponsors, We Love Our City, also hosted a Lego building station.

Photos courtesy of Shelley Pauls


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Building community out of Legos at Federal Way’s Movies in the Park
Building community out of Legos at Federal Way’s Movies in the Park
Building community out of Legos at Federal Way’s Movies in the Park
Building community out of Legos at Federal Way’s Movies in the Park
Building community out of Legos at Federal Way’s Movies in the Park
Building community out of Legos at Federal Way’s Movies in the Park
Building community out of Legos at Federal Way’s Movies in the Park

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