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Fifty teams using 60,000 LEGO pieces built (Credit: Handout)

Fifty teams using 60,000 LEGO pieces built Lego replicas of 50 local sites, including the Setauket Fire Station, at the 2012 Lego Workshop at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational and Cultural Center. The 2013 event takes place Oct. 26. (Undated)

Long Island Legos workshop

Child architects can recreate historically significant Long Island buildings out of Legos at the Building Blocks Workshops for Families Oct. 26 at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational and Cultural Center in Stony Brook. These are images from last year's event.

Lego replicas of 50 significant Long Island buildings
(Credit: Handout)

Lego replicas of 50 significant Long Island buildings were built at the 2012 Lego Workshop at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational and Cultural Center at the Stony Brook village center. This year's event takes place on Oct. 26. (Undated)

Fifty teams using 60,000 LEGO pieces built
(Credit: Handout)

Fifty teams using 60,000 LEGO pieces built Lego replicas of 50 local sites, including the Setauket Fire Station, at the 2012 Lego Workshop at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational and Cultural Center. The 2013 event takes place Oct. 26. (Undated)

Lego replicas of 50 significant Long Island buildings
(Credit: Handout)

Lego replicas of 50 significant Long Island buildings were built at the 2012 Lego Workshop at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational and Cultural Center. This year's event takes place on Oct. 26. (Undated)

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Participants put the finishing touches on a Lego
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Participants put the finishing touches on a Lego house constructed during the 2012 Lego Workshop at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational and Cultural Center. (Undated)

A house was one of the buildings constructed
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A house was one of the buildings constructed using Legos during the 2012 Lego Workshop at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational and Cultural Center. (Undated)

Participants at the 2012 Lego Workshop at the
(Credit: Handout)

Participants at the 2012 Lego Workshop at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational and Cultural Center build a mini Long Island community.

A Lego model of a church, constructed during
(Credit: Handout)

A Lego model of a church, constructed during the 2012 Lego Workshop at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational and Cultural Center. (Undated)

A participant puts the finishing touches on the
(Credit: Handout)

A participant puts the finishing touches on the Lego model of the Setauket Fire Station during the 2012 Lego Workshop at the Ward Melville Heritage Organization Educational and Cultural Center. (Undated)

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