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Win a LEGO CITY Set for Canada’s Birthday! #LEGOCityofTomorrow #LEGOCity150 {Closed}

Oh, Canada! Our great nation is turning 150 years old this year, and LEGO is celebrating this momentous milestone with a special invitation for kids nationwide.

What do you think will make Canada’s future cities better, brighter, and more fun? Show us! No kits, no instructions, just your unique creation made using only LEGO and the power of your imagination!

Whether it’s a super tall skyscraper with a landing pad on top for a spaceship, a park with a really, really, long picnic table that everyone can sit at and make new friends, or a robot that can take 100 dogs for a walk all at once… it belongs in the #LEGOCityofTomorrow!

The LEGO City of Tomorrow construction crew will be setting up at your local Toys “R” Us store next month on April 8-9, 2017, from 11:00 am-3:00 pm. Each store will host a giant build table stocked with thousands of LEGO CITY bricks so kids can bring their most creative ideas to life and then combine them into one giant LEGO city of tomorrow.

Win a Trip to Ottawa

Submit a photo or video of your child’s LEGO City of Tomorrow creation and you’ll be entered to win one of five LEGO CITY sets or the Grand Prize of a family trip to Ottawa! Contest runs from March 6, 2017 to June 4, 2017.

For full event and contest info, visit the LEGO City of Tomorrow website.


In the meantime, one lucky Canuck will win a LEGO CITY set right here! Enter to win a LEGO CITY set worth approximately $109.00 in the giveaway widget below (set not pictured). Winner will not choose the specific set to receive. This giveaway is open to residents of Canada only, 18+. Please note that all the winner’s entries will be verified.

The winner will be notified by email and must respond within 24 hours or a new winner will be randomly selected.

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Disclosure: This post was sponsored by LEGO, and I received perks for sharing this info with you. All opinions expressed are completely honest and my own, based on my personal experience. Your experience may differ.

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  • we are traveling across canada, and will be stopping at national parks along the way. trying to find where the best places to hike, picnic, might even have some camping in mind.

  • We will be celebrating at the famile cottage with a pot luck dinner and fireworks. There are about 20 families .

  • We’ll be spending the weekend at the cabin with family and friends to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday this year.

  • We would love to visit a lot of Canada’s Parks this year. Also having a Canada Day party with our camping friends would be a fun idea.

  • Every year we celebrate by going to our local city- Woodstock, Ontario- and attend their huge party in the park. This year should be even bigger and better!

  • We will be celebrating Canada turning 150 years old at our local Farmer’s Market! They have live music, little shops, a sandbox and a train for the kids. Its a good group of people, so the atmosphere makes you feel happy and very Patriotic. Perfect for being extra greatful to be Canadian on Canada’s big 150th birthday! ??

  • We haven’t made any firm plans to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday yet, but will be attending our local community celebrations.

  • I don’t know what I’ll be doing. Probably eat lots of maple syrup, maybe this year I’ll meet a mountie that I could call my own!!!! haha

  • I don’t have any plans yet on how we are going to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. Maybe go to the park and fireworks.

  • There will be a festival at the local arena and the park. We will be taking a picnic and enjoy the entertainment.

  • To celebrate Canada’s 150th we’ll be spending the day with family and of course watching some fireworks to finish off the day!!

  • We will be celebrating Canada by going to various parks and camping grounds this year with the family.

  • We plan on checking on at least one of Canada’s parks and also looking into one of the local community Canada 150th celebrations.

  • Going to the Canada Day celebrations in my city. We might go camping this summer and probably celebrate at home with crafts.

  • On July 1st, all our family (those who can possibly be there)will be celebrating our Nation’s 150 Birthday and my husband’s 85th birthday. He is very popular with our five children, 16 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. He has always been there for all of us and we plan to have a great celebration.

  • We will attend the big birthday celebration planned at our local park on July 1, and we will also be using our National Parks Pass to visit some of the local national parks with our kids throughout the summer.

  • Our town usually has a celebration every year that we attend with our children so we’ll be attending our local Canada 150 celebration and depending on the weather have a fire in the evening.

  • We are going to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday by visiting as many local parks as possible, thanks to the free entry pass! We will probably drive to a few that are a couple hours away as well!

  • Planning on visiting some of Canada’s National Parks with my free park pass this summer. I’m hoping to visit some I have not visited previously!

  • I live in rural Ottawa, but won’t be going to the Hill. I get very nervous in crowds. I will be going to the local Canada Day celebration. My church group sells pie pieces. There is good entertainment, a parade and fireworks. I’m sure there will be something special for this special celebration. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • We’re hoping to put our parks pass to good use and have a bit of camping to celebrate our beautiful Country’s birthday!

  • our town is also having its 60th anniversary this year so they have combined the celebrations, huge parade, bbq’s, big local street market and am going to attend that