Lego sparks imagination with Rochester youth | News
Rochester experienced an exclusive event that showcases in only 100 other locations in the country.
It’s called the Arts-ROC and dozens of kids came out to help build a miniature version of Rochester with Legos.
The free event was held at the Barnes and Noble in the Pittsford Plaza.
Director of the event, Lori Bajorek, says it’s all part of a program that was created to make learning more fun.
Arts-ROC is a non-profit organization that offers after school and summer music, language,art, and Lego educational programs.
Bajorek believes that they are helping children to actually expand their minds, and that it’s important to incorporate this with playing. “To be able to do it in an environment such as Barnes and Noble also encouraging reading, exploring and just the whole concept of making the child more well rounded.”