Twenty-six-year-old LEGO Master Model Builder, Ian Coffey, was in Portland for the Old Port Festival in early June, sharing his incredible building talents with the masses. MP had the opportunity to chat with Ian, learn how he became a LEGO Master Model Builder, and what it’s like to work at the new LEGOLAND® Discovery Center in Boston.
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We’re biased of course, but we happen to think that DP is one incredible Dad. MP and the kids plan to spoil him for Father’s Day with delicious food, a little dancing, and a day out on the town. We’re also considering a great Maine-inspired gift—something he can enjoy all to himself. Here’s a list of our favorites:
A tour on the Maine Brew Bus (we’re partial to the “Northern Exposure” tour).
This book by Brian Kevin, Associate Editor at Downeast Magazine looks like an interesting read: