Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Free Lego Mini-Build Event at Lego Stores: 1st Tuesday of the Month

The first Tuesday of every month Lego Stores host a free mini-build event. Kids 6-14 years will receive a kit to create a special themed mini model.

Registration is required to participate and the event fills up quickly. Click here to register.

There are Lego Stores at the Glendale Galleria, Ontario Mills, and Downtown Disney in Anaheim.

August Mini-Build: Kangaroo & Joey in Pouch
Tuesday, August 4 & Wednesday, August 5



  1. Says it is only for kids 6-14. My son is a few months away from turning 6 and is fully capable of building lego projects. Do you see younger kids there? Do all the kids file into the store to assemble their projects? Is that why it takes longer? Or do you have the option of assembling the kit at home?

    1. Hi! I believe the Lego Store puts a minimum age of 6 as a safety precaution since many of the parts are very small and are choking hazards to young children. My kids have been attending Lego Mini-Builds since they were 4 or 5. About a 9-12 kids work on assembling the creation at the same time, parents usually stand next to the younger children and help, while older kids 8+ can do most of the assembling on their own. The kit is meant to be assembled in store, you could take it home without building it but you will still have to wait in line, so everyone builds it there and the Lego Associates give little bags to take it home.

  2. Thank you for the reply! Now I know what to expect on my first visit.