JOPLIN, MO.--- The Spiva Center for the Arts is hosting a three day Lego Camp. Kids have a chance to learn how to build interesting projects. They can also make their own projects, with superheroes and animals as some of the common designs. Organizers say Lego Camp is not only fun, but can open kids minds to art and design.
"Legos seem like a timeless thing for me. They've been around since I was a kid and they'll be around when I'm old," said Derek Norton, Lego Teacher.
The camp is open until Thursday and is still accepting students.
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