Today was the November 2014 Monthly Mini Build event at LEGO Stores. For this month’s build, it was a cool-looking Rocket (40103). Not only you get the aircraft, you also got the build the launching pad and tower as well as the command center building. There are 47 pieces in the build itself and also some leftover pieces. If you were able to get one of the Rocket (40103) sets, it makes a nice display piece.
For the December 2014 Monthly Mini Build, it will be a Christmas-themed build with a mini Gingerbread House. Although it doesn’t show on the December 2014 LEGO Store Calendar, it will be held on December 2nd at 5pm local time.
You may have noticed that the mini builds haven’t been listed on the store calendar for last two months of the year. From what I’ve been hearing from different sources, the December 2014 Mini Build will be the last one for the foreseeable future. From what’s been said, LEGO has no plans on bringing it back in 2015 and there’s no word if anything will be replacing the mini builds or not.
Obviously, this is a little disappointing because many kids as well as adults do look forward to the events every month. It was a fun way for people who go to the events every month to catch up with each other while the kids are building. Next month’s Gingerbread House could be the very last Monthly Mini Build ever so if you want to get one, head … Continue
Even thought October isn’t even here yet, the LEGO Monthly Mini Build November 2014 build has been revealed. According to the October Store Calendar, we already know that next month’s build will be a Frankenstein Monster (40104). As you can see above, November’s mini build will be a rocket on a launching pad (40105). I’m very looking forward to this build and I believe it will be really popular among kids. The mini build event will be on November 4th and as usual, they will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
Update: Just a clarification, the Monthly Mini Builds are held on the first Tuesdays of every month. The next one will be held on November 4th.
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