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We are so excited the Jack-O-Lanterns were such a fun time! We hope we are giving you an idea of what we do at Brick League and hopefully have sparked an interest into these build challenges. The ones here will be a little different than we do during sessions. For our sessions we dive deep into a STEM foundation of each build challenge. For this one here, we will give you a simple challenge and let you all rise to the occasion. I love all things Halloween, and LEGO doesn't escape that craving for all things with a spooky vibe. Also,consider adding your friends to the page as submissions will be posted and voted on. The most votes for each week wins, and the more the merrier? Its not time for that Christmas fluff, I meant the more the spookier!!


When you think about Halloween what are the first images to come into your mind? Most of us associate this spooky holiday with trick or treating, pumpkins as lanterns and all sorts of costumes, especially those of the ghostly variety.

But most of the things we know about Halloween are pretty new traditions. To find the origins of Halloween we can look to the Celtic tribes who practiced paganism. They believed that the dividing line between the living and the dead became dangerous for the living on October 31 when the weather turned cold, leading to sickness and damage to crops. Graveyards take on an especially spooky feel during the Halloween season, particularly those with ancient stories to tell. In fact, many cultures and religions celebrate Halloween, or the time around it, in similar ways. All considering the veil between worlds is thin, a graveyard is Halloween to the core.

Be as creative as you want. Think outside the box on these challenges. Remember, they will be voted on to determine the winner. So, add your friends and family, and get your LEGO ready for some Halloween fun! No shares necessary, or likes of a page, just some good Halloween fun with LEGO! Be sure to add yourself to our email list to get the blog updates- those will have the rest of the challenges posted!!

Challenge Rules:

  1. Entries are due the Thursday by 9pm of the current challenge week (see calendar below).

  2. You do not need to participate in every week.

  3. You do not need to be a member of Brick League to enter.

  4. One submission per person. Multiple family members can submit.

  5. Please be original, no LEGO kits/sets.

  6. Voting will start Friday, and winner for that week will be announced Sunday. Next challenge begins the Saturday during the time of voting. For example: First challenge starts October 1. Submissions by Thursday, October 6. Voting starts Friday, October 7th. Next challenge starts Saturday, October 8th. Winner announced Sunday, October 9th.

  7. Entries can be submitted through email at or through our facebook page @heybrickleague.

  8. Winners must send mailing address by the Wednesday after announcement of winning or prize will be forfeited, or arrange to pick up that same week. Pick up will be at Tucker Recreation Center during league session hours.

  9. A facebook post with the photos will be added each challenge week, followers of Brick League or anyone visiting the page can vote on the design they like best. Most votes/"likes" wins. Name of the participant will be included on each photo.

  10. Prizes are as follows: Week 1-LEGO Ideas Book (msrp $24.99), Week 2-LEGO Rainbow Bricks 1000 Piece Puzzle (msrp $17.99), Week 3-Golden LEGO Keychain (msrp $12.97), Week 4- LEGO LEGO Minifigure Banana Guy Plush (msrp $20.99). See prizes below.

  11. If entering for a child, please list their first name and age, last name is not necessary and will not be shared. Only information shared with photo will be the name.

  12. Please read the terms and conditions below, when submitting your photo please "acknowledge you have read and accept the terms and conditions" in the body of your email.

Terms, and all the Legal Jargon:


1. Eligibility: This Campaign is open only to those who sign up/submit at the and who are 18 years of age or older as of the date of entry or accompanied by an adult during submission. The Campaign is only open to legal residents of Georgia and is void where prohibited by law. Employees of Brick League, LLP its affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising and promotion agencies, and suppliers, (collectively the “Employees”) are not eligible to participate in the Campaign. The Campaign is subject to all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Void where prohibited.

2. Agreement to Rules: By participating, the Contestant (“You”) agrees to be fully unconditionally bound by these Rules, and You represent and warrant that You meet the eligibility requirements. In addition, You agree to accept the decisions of Brick League, LLP as final and binding as it relates to the content of this Campaign.