Warwick Playground Dreams to host Lego Night on Sept. 22 at the drive-in


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  • Warwick Playground Dreams is hosting a special Lego Night at the Warwick Drive-In, celebrating the box office release of Lego Ninjago on Friday, Sept. 22.



WARWICK — Warwick Playground Dreams is hosting a special Lego Night at the Warwick Drive-In, celebrating the box office release of Lego Ninjago on Friday, Sept. 22.

The family-friendly event will feature the premiere showing of the new Lego Ninjago movie, Lego-themed games, activities, face painting, Lego raffles and 50/50.

Bricks 4 Kidz will be hosting STEM-related, movie-themed Lego builds every 30 minutes for school-aged children.

There will also be a Duplo free play building area for toddlers.

Gates to Lego Night open at 4 p.m.; families are not required to attend the pre-festivities but pre-paid or reserved tickets must be picked up by 6:30.

Admission to the Lego event is $10 per person, free for children ages four and under.

Families can purchase their tickets online at https://squareup.com/store/warwick-playground-dreams or by emailing lego@warwickplaygrounddreams.org. Forty percent of the proceeds from “pre-sold tickets” benefit Warwick Playground Dreams.

Warwick Playground Dreams is a non-profit made up of a committee of volunteers from all across the town of Warwick who want to rejuvenate the aging playground in Stanley-Deming Park. Their goal is to bring a community-designed, community-built ADA-accessible playground to Warwick.

For more information visit Warwick Playground Dreams online at www.warwickplaygrounddreams.orgFacebook.com/WarwickPlaygroundDreams.

Special meal packages will be available to any interested families participating in Lego Night. Families will be able to purchase either a Burger, Hot Dog or Chicken Nuggets with small fry and drink for only $10 (a savings of over $4 per meal deal). Meal purchases are not required.

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