Brixilated’s first fully-funded summer camp brings building opportunities to 120 Huber Heights campers!

Playful learning includes more than just skill-based development. Play affords the opportunity to forge and shape relationships with friends, family, and the greater community. This summer, we partnered with the City of Huber Heights to provide 4 free, weeklong Brixilated Builders Academy LEGO® camps for aspiring builders in Huber Heights, Ohio. Funded through a Montgomery County Arts & Cultural District grant and working with Culture Works in Dayton, we were able to provide an engaging and enriching summer camp experience to 120 young campers!

Building stronger bonds in the Huber Heights community

In addition to build challenges, games, guided LEGO® builds, and free building opportunities, the campers also collaboratively built a 7000 part LEGO® mosaic with weekly guests like the Huber Heights Fire and Emergency Response teams, City Public Works personnel, Office Gabby and the Huber Heights Police Department, and librarians from the Huber Heights branch of the Dayton Metro Library, where the mosaic will be on permanent display! 

Once again, we worked with local artist Megan Higgins of Dogwood Finch to create a stunning, whimsical piece of lasting art for the community to enjoy for many years to come!

We were only able to provide these camps with the help of our own incredible community of people who believe in the power of play. A huge thanks goes out to: 

Sarah Williams

Josh King

Melissa Fisher

Amari Spears

Laciya Johnson

Megan Higgins

Jayne Klose

Your dedication, expertise, and unwavering commitment to inspiring the next generation of builders is truly commendable. Thank you.