LEGO® brick fans of all ages are in for a special treat this Easter at The Centre, Livingston as the countdown begins to the first-ever interactive Mini Maker event featuring dramatic displays, including an 8m long Flying Scotsman train made from 100,000 bricks and a DUPLO brick pit for little ones on 4th – 8th April from 10am till 4pm.
The event will also include ‘Make and Take’ model building sessions where LEGO brick artists will share tricks to help youngsters build their own special creations to take home, including Easter and transport themed options and a unicorn.
At the Minifigures Zone children will also have the chance to let their imagination run wild making customised minifigures and spend the day at play tables with 15kg of LEGO bricks.
Visitors are also being invited to join in an Easter Egg Hunt to find 15 LEGO brick Easter Eggs hidden around the mall to be in with a chance of winning a LEGO bricks Egg and a family lunch and also take part in the making of a giant, 2m x 2m Spring mosaic to be displayed in the mall.
Ashley Bisland, Deputy Centre Director at The Centre, said: “This Easter at The Centre, Livingston is all about giving shoppers the chance to eat, shop and play together as a family at our exciting Mini Maker LEGO brick event.
“With everything from incredible displays, a DUPLO brick pit, interactive creation of models and minifigures and competitions it is guaranteed to be a fun-filled, memorable day out for LEGO brick fans, young and old.”
All activities are free, however the customised minifigures are donation-based with all proceeds going to The Centre’s recently appointed Charity of the Year affiliated partner, West Lothian Youth Foundation.
Check out further details of the event at https://www.thecentrelivingston.com/whats-on/events