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LEGO Contest Results

Union Station built with LEGO® blocks

Denver history abounded in our 2016 LEGO® Contest.  We had 88 fantastic entries from 20 branches that highlighted Denver's rich and beautiful past.  A big thanks goes to the Molly Brown House Museum for providing tickets to many winners who were able to experience a piece of history first hand, while other winners were able to hone their building skills with LEGO® books.  Thank you everyone who participated this year.

2016 LEGO® Building Contest

Denver Public Library LEGO® Sculpture built by Imagine Rigney

Welcome LEGO® Historians to the 2016 LEGO® Building Contest. This year's theme is Historic Denver featuring creations representing the people, events, and buildings that made our city great.

LEGO® Contest 2015 Winners

LEGO® Penguin Front View

Without further ado, our grand prize winner for the 2015 LEGO® Contest is The Cutest Penguin in the World by Jasmine, Nonso, and Nnenna from Green Valley Ranch's ASIC group.  Also pictured, our staff contest winner, Dear Zoo, by Green Valley Ranch Librarian, Melody.  We had more than 250 amazing entries this year from 15 of our library branches making for a very difficult decision.  Thank you again to Denver Zoo for their sponsorship and inspiration with their Nature Connects exhibit.  We cannot wait to see what everyone comes up with next year.  

LEGO® Building Contest 2015

DPL LEGO® Graphic

Welcome builders to the 2015 LEGO® Building Contest. Inspired by Denver Zoo's "Nature Connects, Art with LEGO® Bricks," this year's theme is Wild About Books.

LEGO architecture : the visual guide

by Philip Wilkinson

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I'd like to first of all admit that, yes, I do realize that this beautiful book could first and foremost be described as a very large, elaborate advertisement for LEGO toys, and yes, my son has not stopped asking for any of the builder sets featured, but this in no...

LEGO® Building Contest 2014 - Building Books!

Pete the Cat form 2013 contest

Grab your LEGO® bricks, fire up your imagination and recreate a scene, character or even the cover of your favorite book!

The theme for this year's contest is Building Books! Start building a scene, character or cover of a book today. We are accepting entries at participating locations April 1 through April 7.

LEGO basically means, "play well." Whatever category you fall under; Preschool-2nd grade, 3rd-5th grade, 6th-12th grade or Team, have fun and we'll see you in April!

Drop by any of these participating library locations to pick up an entry form and look for additional LEGO® programming:

LEGO® Building Contest Winners

The Lightning Thief

The DPL system wide LEGO contest has come to an end with four fantastic winners selected. Each of the participating locations selected branch winners, whom all met at the Central Library for the final judging and some LEGO themed fun.

We played LEGO bingo, skee-ball and decorated bookmarks with LEGO bricks!
Thanks to all that participated! And thanks to The Tattered Cover, Chipotle, Jolyon Yates and the Colorado Mills LEGO Store for providing our prizes.
Check out the books that the winning entries were based on:

LEGO® Building Contest Judging Rescheduled for March 30

building block

The Building Contest Judging has been rescheduled for:

Saturday, March 30, 2 p.m.
Central Library, Level 7 Vida Ellison Gallery

The winners will be announced at 3 p.m. There will also be fun activities across the hall in the Level 7 Meeting Room!

If you need additional information, please contact the branch where you entered the contest.

The theme of the 2013 contest was Building Books.

Participants chose a favorite book and made a LEGO® design based on a scene, character or even the cover of the book! Entries were accepted in four categories: Preschool-2nd grade, 3rd-5th grade, 6th-12th grade or Family.


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