LEGO Star Wars Events and NZ Record Build at St Lukes
The Westfield St Lukes shopping mall is running a number of LEGO Star Wars events over the school holidays this October, including the opportunity for kid’s to participate in NZ’s largest LEGO mosaic. The events begin on Friday October 4th (which happens to be Triple Force Friday, so new Star Wars toys galore will be available in the mall), with the Star Wars LEGO mosaic being unveiled at 11:30am on Sunday October 6th.
The following week (Monday October 7th– Friday October 11th), St Lukes will be running a LEGO Star Wars school holiday zone: “Bring the kids to play with thousands of LEGO bricks and take a snap with a lifesize LEGO Kylo Ren”. Bookings are required for these holiday zone sessions (“The 10.30am and 10.50am sessions are first in first served. Bookings can be made for sessions 11.10am onwards. Book your 20 minute session with event staff at the activity zone on the day. Please note that activities are designed for 5 – 10 year old’s and any younger children will require assistance”).
Check out full details at these official St Lukes Facebook events:
- Build NZ’s Largest LEGO Mosaic with LEGO Star Wars, Oct 4th-Oct 6th
- LEGO Star Wars school holiday zone, Oct 7th-Oct 11th
This year marks the 20th Anniversary of LEGO® Star Wars, and to celebrate we’re inviting fans to take part in building New Zealand’s largest LEGO® Mosaic at Westfield St Lukes on Friday 4th to Sunday 6th of October.
Kiwi Padawans will use the force to build a surprise, super-sized LEGO Star Wars model alongside LEGO’s only Certified Professional Builder in the Southern Hemisphere, Ryan McNaught (aka The Brickman!)
In an action packed weekend, kids (and grown ups!) will have the chance to help unveil the mystery LEGO Star Wars mosaic , battle it out in LEGO Star Wars trivia and build an exclusive mini LEGO model to take home.
Young (and young at heart) Jedi are encouraged to don their favourite Star Wars costumes for the chance to win prizes for best dressed.
Join forces with members of the 501st Legion on Sunday to lay the final piece of the mosaic at 11:30am and raise your lightsabers to toast to 20 years of some of the greatest battles ever built.