The Frontier Airlines Center was host to the third stop of the 2012 LEGO KidsFest the weekend of June 15-17. Thanks to eveyone in Milwaukee for a terrific time!
Some Show Highlights:
One of the first stops for many attendees (both young and young-at-heart) is the BIG Brick Pile.
In the Actvity Area, a group of kids enthusiastically deliver what remains of their tower build to the scorer's table.
Being Father's Day weekend, the Activity Area pitted fathers against their kids in various challenges.
"LEGO Mike" stacks more weight on a bridge constructed by a group of dads in the Activity Area. Having already endured the usual weight tests that typically crush lessor bridges, Mike adds various objects on hand including a purse, a LEGO Ninjago set, water bottle, shelving and his very own sneakers.
Finally, with the addition of one more piece of shelving, the bridge collaspes, having withstood more weight than any other bridge on Father's Day weekend.
Several rows of art on display at the LEGO Art Gallery.
Dad's and sons building their creations in the LEGO Contruction Zone.
Olivia and her puppy dog welcomed visitors at the entrance to the LEGO Friends play area.
Attendees in the LEGO Friends area construct elements of Heartlake City on a heart-shaped build table.
Great Clips spray painted kids hair all weekend.
What would Wisconsin be without the green and gold of the Green Bay Packers?
Talent and imagination on display in Creation Nation.
Creation Nation fills up, baseplate by baseplate...
LEGO creations from coast to coast: the completed Creation Nation! Nice job Milwaukee!