Henry Ford Centennial Library will host its fourth annual LEGO Design Challenge for children, teens, and adults. Participants build their creation at home — such as these entries from 2010 — and take it to the Children’s Desk at the library during the registration period Thursday and Friday. Complete rules and entry form are available at any Dearborn Public Library.
DEARBORN — Henry Ford Centennial Library will host its fourth annual LEGO Design Challenge Thursday through Saturday.
Entries are welcome from children, teens and adults, as well families and groups.
Projects must be built at home and then taken to the Children’s Desk at HFCL during the registration period Thursday and Friday.
There is a limit of one entry per person, family or group.
Entries must have been made by the exhibitor using LEGOs, Duplos, Mega Bloks or similar plastic blocks. The entire piece may not exceed the dimensions of 18 inches long, 18 inches wide and 18 inches tall.
The public is invited to attend an awards reception at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Children’s Area at HFCL. Each participant will receive an award certificate.
Prospective exhibitors can pick up a flier with complete rules and entry form at any Dearborn Public Library. Contact the HFCL Children’s Desk for more information at (313) 943-2345. The library is at 16301 Michigan Ave.