LEGO KidsFest hits Novi this weekend

Published On: Oct 12 2012 02:34:53 PM EDT   Updated On: Oct 12 2012 06:39:50 PM EDT

It's LEGOs galore in Novi this weekend.

NOVI, Mich. -

LEGOs are taking over Novi this weekend.

KidsFest if a family event for anyone who loves to play with the timeless toys.

Creation, imagination and inspiration will run wild for children of all ages as they are invited to build and play with LEGOs in several games and challenges.

Families will be able to see amazing LEGO statues and meet some of the LEGO master builders behind them.

The event runs Friday through Sunday at the Suburban Collection Showplace at 46100 Grand River Avenue.

Tickets are required for sessions. Limited availability.

Get tickets: LEGO KidsFest in Michigan

Dates and sessions:

Friday, October 12
4 pm - 8:30 pm

Saturday, October 13
Session I: 9 am – 1:30 pm
Session II: 3 pm – 7:30 pm


Sunday, October 14
Session I: 9 am – 1:30 pm
Session II: 3 pm – 7:30 pm

Meet LEGO KidFest's V.I.K

The big winner of Local 4 and ClickOnDetroit's Very Important Kid contest is 11-year-old Nick Manor of Monroe!

Nick worked for hours and hours to create his vision of a prison based on what he read in Harry Potter books. 

He wants to grow up to design LEGO kits, and is excited about winning the opportunity to meet a Master Builder at the LEGO KidsFest!
And right now at ClickOnDetroit, kids are showing off their own Lego creations in our special slideshow... you can still submit photos of your kids and their favorite Legos and we'll post them online!  Go to




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