Museum of Science and Industry, Lego® Certified Professional, DIY Pillows, Halloween Baking Products

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Frank Fontana with Senior Exhibit Developer at The Museum of Science & Industry(David Miranda)

JOHN LLEWELLYN, Senior Exhibit Developer at The Museum of Science & Industry.

Takes a full-spectrum approach in creating experiences that inform and ignite the curiosity of visitors. Including Brick x Brick an exhibition that showcases the creativity and inspiration of engineering and architecture through building with the LEGO brick.  Plenty of opportunities for guests of all ages to learn about engineering concepts through hands-on activities.

ADAM REED TUCKER, Lego® Certified Professional

Oone of only 14 currently in the world. Worked with the company to  design the LEGO Architecture Series. Each set contains the pieces and instructions to build a model of a famous architectural building in micro-scale.  He builds structures from the ground up in his home in Arlington Heights before assembling them in larger pieces at MSI.

Mary Vandevelde/Morning Show Traffic Reporter- DIY Segment
Making pillows out of sweaters.

Halloween themed baking products

Cookie cutters, baking mats, skull ice for cocktails.

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