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Lego KidsFest 2014: the layout

March 17, 2014 Sarah Coggins

Two years ago, we had the opportunity to attend our first Lego KidsFest. When we heard it was returning to Raleigh and, knowing we had a Lego obsessed son, Trent bought tickets for the 3 of us to attend again. To say our son had a blast was an understatement. Just yesterday morning he was once again studying the event pamphlet and talking about the different areas and what he wants to do next. Still trying to help him understand it was a one time event. Unless, of course, he can convince his aunt to take him when it’s in Richmond in October…

We didn’t take that many photos this time, but it still took some effort to slim down to a few that I thought helped give a good overview of the fun. And, I’m sure if KidsFest comes again in a couple of years, we’ll be some of the first to scoop up tickets.

Have you ever attended Lego KidsFest or another kid focused special event? What was your favorite?

Supplies: Leathers: Sugar Frames by Gennifer Bursett; Courier, Legothick and Stencil Std fonts.

2 Comments

  • lovelifelogistics March 17, 2014 at 12:57 pm
    i have never attended a lego kidsfest but OMG, it looks awesome! I'd love to go to one! I mean, my kids would love to.. ahem.. haha.
    • Sarah Coggins March 18, 2014 at 7:48 pm
      It was fun and, we totally went for ourselves as much as him. ;)

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