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Legoland California offers "New Nightime" Brick or Treat this year

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  • Legoland California offers "New Nightime" Brick or Treat this year

    from Legoland.com-


    LEGOLANDCALIFORNIA INVITES

    LITTLE ONES TO “BRICK-OR-TREAT”

    Annual Tradition Presented by Union Bank of California Offers Families a
    Fun and Safe Halloween Experience

    CARLSBAD, Calif. (August 15, 2007) – LEGOLANDCalifornia offers a monstrously fun new way for families to enjoy Halloween this year.



    The family theme park in Carlsbad is introducing “Brick-or-Treat After Dark” to
    the ninth annual Brick-or-Treat presented by Union Bank of California. Brick-or-Treat haunts the theme park the weekends of Oct. 13 &14, 20 & 21 and 27 & 28, 2007 with special “After Dark” hours each Saturday.

    The all-new Brick-or-Treat After Dark takes place October 13, 20 and 27, 2007.

    Special areas of LEGOLAND will be open each Saturday of Brick-or-Treat till 8 p.m., allowing the Park to come alive with the spirit of the season. Areas open for evening hours include Castle Hill, the Imagination Zone and Miniland U.S.A.

    In addition to rides, shows and attractions in the areas, little ghosts and goblins enjoy special activities like the Haunted Hideaways, a LEGObrick pumpkin build and a nighttime costume contest with a prize for the best “after dark” costume.

    Throughout all of Brick-or-Treat, children 12 and under trick-or-treat with a LEGOLAND souvenir bag on the Park’s exclusive Brick-or-Treat Trail. Trick-or-treaters gather goodies including Wonkacandy, Upper Deck™ trading cards and other surprises.

    This kid-sized cul-de-sac features LEGO themed treat stations and offers a
    safe and entertaining trick-or-treating experience.

    The return of the much-anticipated costume contest gives children an opportunity to show off their imaginative and creative Halloween costumes each day of Brick-or-Treat. Children can enter one of five categories to
    show off their Boo-tiful costumes on the Captain’s Cove Stage. The categories include Most LEGO-themed, Spookiest, Most Imaginative, Funniest and “Best of the Best.” A panel of judges selects five prize winners
    each day during Brick-or-Treat.

    Visitors can enjoy Halloween themed LEGO models throughout the park. Guests pose with a six-foot wide LEGO pumpkin that stands four-foot high and weighs 350 pounds at the entrance of the theme park. This impressive model was designed and created by Park Master Model Builders in 240 hours and includes more than 77,000 LEGO bricks.

    The festivities at LEGOLAND California’s Brick-or-Treat events are included in the regular admission price and can be enjoyed during normal Park hours.

    Guests who purchase tickets any Saturday of Brick-or-Treat can enjoy the Park all day and attend Brick-or-Treat After Dark festivities.

    Tickets for Brick-or-Treat After Dark can be purchased separately for those attending the nighttime event only. When children break away from the
    Brick-or-Treat festivities, families can enjoy more than 50 hands-on, minds-on imaginative rides, shows and attractions at LEGOLAND.

    -thmprkinsder :-)

    "Just remember it all started with a mouse!"

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    Re: Legoland California offers "New Nightime" Brick or Treat this year

    Brick or Treat, hahahaha, sounds like what happens to
    Charlie Brown! "I got a rock"
    Critter Country's a mess ev'r since the Country Bears were kicked out. Ya can't cover pooh with honey and 'spect people ta like it.
    An Adventurers It's Time to Put the Spotlight Back on Bring Back the REAL Disney Gallery
    Life for Me! ~ ~ ~ Melvin, Buff, and Max!!! ~~~~ Dump the Dream Suite!
    Meese-ka Moose-ka Mice-Chatter!

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    • #3
      Re: Legoland California offers "New Nightime" Brick or Treat this year

      Thanks for the info.

      LegoLand is fun.

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