LEGO KidsFest building up in Houston

February 1, 2013 by  

The LEGO KidsFest will be in Houston this May and is expected to attract thousands of visitors. The event features an entertainment-packed, fun-filled event for families and children of any age.

The event offers many activities and challenges for people of all ages. Starting with the LEGO Model Museum, visitors will see miniature and life-size models of all types built completely from LEGO bricks.

Master Builders is a favorite LEGO activity area, consisting of trivia, contests, and games with a great deal of audience participation. Another highlight of the event is the LEGO Club and Master Builder Academy. Children have the opportunity to learn new skills to help them become better at building with the bricks while learning basics of engineering and design. Participants in these workshops will receive a raffle ticket for the chance to win fun LEGO prizes. Each workshop is limited to 130 children and last for approximately 35 – 40 minutes.

Local printing services are often utilized to help promote and manage events of this type. Poster printing is a common tool used to announce the event by placing posters throughout a region with interesting and pertinent information. Often, they are also distributed at the venue as a keepsake for attendees.

The festival will be held at the Houston Reliant Center beginning at 4:00 pm on Friday, May 17 and continuing through the Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 am to 7:30 pm. The days are broken into sessions featuring various activities. More information is available online through the LEGO KidsFest website.

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