There were long lines, and because the store is very small no one could enter until someone left.
The boy (about 9 years old) who was behind me was very displeased about having to wait. He spent the whole time screaming, "If I don't get to go in RIGHT now, I AM GOING TO DIE! I just know everyone is going yo buy all the Legos before I can get in." I have to admit, even though I could have let his family go in front of me, I didn't. I decided to let him learn a little patience.
These are a few of the things I bought.
Out on the Mall there was a giant Woody made of Legos.
And they had a building event. Its lines were every bit as long.
There were trays of Legos that the kids could play with
or they could build a piece to go on the 8 foot tall Yoda that was being built.
It was a fun event, although I think It would have been more fun with Hunter.