It was a day to show off creativity down at the Nashville Public Library.
Saturday, hundreds of kids and adults came out to showcase their skills in the sixth annual LEGO contest.
Contestants used their own LEGOs to create unique pieces to be judged in their respective age categories.
More than 300 original pieces were created during this year's event.
“The library is about community, and we wanted an opportunity for these kids to come together and share what they have built and poured a lot of thought and love into, and so that’s really the spirit behind it,” said Lindsey Patrick, of the Nashville Public Library. “Of course there is a competition, and it does get fierce but it really is just fun in nature.”
All of the creations were set to stay on display at the library Saturday and Sunday.