TNVLC is a recognized LEGO User Group located throughout Tennessee and Northern Alabama, with chapters in Huntsville, Knoxville, and Nashville. Our goal is to create a fun, collaborative environment for LEGO fans and to share the hobby with the community through regular displays and events.

Club Event Time Zone Reference:

Red Events: Knoxville (Eastern)

Green Events: Huntsville (Central)

Blue Events: Nashville (Central)


From Tennessee or Alabama, this show is right in your backyard!

Have you ever heard of those cities that cannot decide which state they are in? Well, Ardmore is one of those cities. Sitting right on the Tennessee/Alabama border, Ardmore is a small secret that is in for a big surprise! Come join TNVLC on Saturday, June 18th, and Sunday, June 19th as the city of Ardmore hosts its first-ever Brickmore show. So grab a friend and come see amazing builds from builders across the entirety of the TNVLC region.


This event will be held at 26394 Main St, Ardmore, TN, on Saturday, June 18th, 2022, from 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday, June 19th, 2022, from 12 pm to 5 pm.


Admission is $1 per person or $5 per family. All proceeds will benefit the Ardmore Community.

News!


Reading is FUNDamental!

posted Mar 28, 2022 by Roger McLauchlan

This spring TNVLC expanded its library collection by holding the third annual "Build-A-Book" Contest!

ValenTimes!

posted Mar 30, 2022 by Roger McLauchlan

With the start of the Lunar New Year, and the in honor of the “Day of Love”, TNVLC conducted a multi-faceted club-wide contest in the first two weeks of February. ValenTimes required contestants to build a MOC that embraced the aspects of Love and/or Time.

Events

posted March 31, 2022, by Roger McLauchlan

TNVLC was invited to participate in the Annual Southern Kentucky (SOKY) Book Fest in Bowling Green, KY at the Western Kentucky University.

"SOKY Book Fest is one of the state's largest literary events and is presented by WKU Libraries, Warren County Public Library, and Barnes & Noble Booksellers. " (sokybookfest.org)

With this being the first time the club has had the opportunity to display at this event, the club only brought a few tables of MOCs and two tables of Play Brick.

After the first day of the Book Fest, it was quickly realized that the kids and adults alike were extremely interested in the MOCs, especially the Book builds displayed from the recent contest the club hosted.