Over Halloween weekend (October 29 - 31, 2010), creatures of all shapes, sizes and ages came out to McCormick Place to celebrate all things LEGO — with a not-so-spooky twist!
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The 2010 Chicago LEGO KidsFest extends its congratulations to Stewart L. and family of Glenview, IL.
Some Show Highlights:
Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley addresses press and LEGO KidsFest attendees with the Dark Knight looming over his shoulder.
The 2010 LEGO KidsFest minifigure stands before the Mystery Mural depicting the Chicago skyline.
Creation Nation is underway!
Looks like shoreline property is in high demand.
Creation Nation detail.
Detail of an Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOL) diorama featuring elements of Indiana Jones and a rogue Taun Taun.
Adult Fans of LEGO diorama detail depicting the frozen hanger bay on the planet Hoth.
Adult Fans of LEGO diorama detail. You may notice it is not just cars that fuel up at this city's gas station.
Some of the fantastic creations on display in the yellow monochromatic build area.
What would Halloween be without a monochromatic pumpkin?
A young web slinger fends off one of several stealthy ninjas distributing Ninjago stickers.
The LEGO Activity Stage was host to several activities, including family build challenges.
On Sunday, trick-or-treaters filled their bags with candy and other goodies.
Adam Reed Tucker of Brickstructures works at his booth on his scale model of Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry.
Adam Reed Tucker's Museum of Science and Industry model.
A popular stop for many was LEGO Universe.
Chicago Mystery Mural #1 revealed: Minifigures.
Chicago Mystery Mural #2 revealed: Chicago's skyline at night.
Special Thanks to our Chicago 2010 Partners: