2020 LEGO® Contest Sculptures at Town Hall

An image gallery of the winners of our first annual LEGO® Sculpture Contest. Team Zides took 1st place in the Mixed Age Category for St. Stephen's Church. All entries were on view at Ridgefield Town Hall in the front lobby exhibit cases from February 5 through March 31, 2021.

The Ridgefield Historical Society is pleased to announce the winners of its first annual LEGO® Sculpture Contest! Here are a few images of the exhibit that was on view at Town Hall:

Builders chose from among 13 Ridgefield landmarks for their subjects; the structures they created were shown at Ridgefield Town Hall in the front lobby exhibit cases through April 30, 2021. All participants received a $5 gift card, courtesy of Deborah Ann’s Sweet Shoppe.

Under 18 Individual Category

(Photos of all entries are shown below.)

1st Prize – Miles Olsen, Lounsbury House – $50 Gift Certificate to Books on the Common

2nd Prize – Bobby Sommerer, St. Stephen’s Church – $25 Gift Certificate to Books on the Common

Honorable Mention – Thomas Healey, Post Office – additional $5 Gift Card to Deborah Ann’s

Over 18 Individual Category

1st Place – Keith Olsen, St. Stephen’s Church – Complimentary $100 Family Sustainer Membership to the Ridgefield Historical Society

Mixed Age Group Category

1st Place – Team Zides (pictured above), St. Stephen’s Church – Voucher for a Family Style Meal at Planet Pizza

Team Zides with St. Stephens Church

2nd Place – Team Mulvihill, Lounsbury House – Complimentary $50 Supporter Membership to the Ridgefield Historical Society

Special thanks to:

Deborah Ann's Sweet Shoppe
Squash's Ridgefield Office Supply

Gallery of Entries

Under 18 Individual Category

Over 18 Individual Category

Mixed Age Group Category

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