The History of Wamalug at its Original URL.
The Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area LEGO® Users Group is a club formed by Adult Fans of LEGO which has been meeting monthly more or less continuously since August of 1999. Wamalug meets in person and also holds weekly and monthly video conferences.
Wamalug isn’t scheduling meetings as far in advance as before, please bear with us as dates may change.
The next in-person meeting is Saturday, December 9, 2023, starting at 10:00 a.m. at the Sherwood Regional Library.
The second Adult Night at the LEGO Discovery Center in Springfield Town Center is Friday, December 15, 2023! Join us for some merriment at the event and likely dinner afterwards at Chuy’s!
The next monthly video conference is a Sunday, starting at 12:30 p.m.
The weekly video conference information is shared on Facebook, Groups.io, and Discord, see links below.
Learn more about Jason’s “Eagle Space Craft From Space:1999” on LEGO Ideas as displayed at the September in-person meeting with QR code.
Wamalug also displays occasionally in the Brickmania Capital Store in Chantilly, Virginia.
Guests of any age with an interest in building or appreciation are welcome any time, please, learn more about our club. Check the Events stream for Wamalug at the LEGO Ambassador Network or the Calendar at Groups.io or the #calendar channel on Discord or the Archives page here to see what we’re planning.
Wamalug is a Recognized LEGO Users Group and while its dot-com website (established in 2007) has been off-line or otherwise unhelpful for years, you can share it now. Like and Follow us on Facebook, and please join us on Discord for chat and/or Groups.io for email! Follow Wamalug (the club) on Instagram!
The History of Wamalug at its Original URL could still use help with who’s who at the meetings, links to photographs, and significant events for the timeline. Starting with the purchase of the domain on April 5, 2014, I built upon the work I had done as webmaster for the club a decade earlier to identify and document every subsequent meeting, event, show, display, and such like that its members have participated in, flipping past 12,000 messages in the club’s Yahoo! Groups list, searching Brickshelf and Flickr repeatedly, and visiting the Wayback Machine at least once. Thank you for visiting.
I updated the logo for 2014 and from years gone by: 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003. Promote the history of Wamalug at its original URL with this button and banner. Visit our Linktree or view Wamalug on Flickr.