Vaughan - Dec 4. Lego Discovery Centre free admission w/toy donation
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- December 4, 2017
I cried out in despair." RFD user Dingus
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Nov 28th, 2017 11:36 am
looks to be their policy at all locations, not just Canada
Nov 28th, 2017 12:28 pm
Looks like they have an adults only night now.sprung wrote: ↑Nov 28th, 2017 11:36 amlooks to be their policy at all locations, not just Canada
https://www.thecut.com/2017/04/adult-me ... laint.html
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Wow that sounds like some serious misinformation, or incomplete information from you two.b0ne wrote: ↑Nov 28th, 2017 11:10 am
http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/legoland-d ... -1.1358249
The adults only night was already in place when they had booked their tickets.engineered wrote: ↑Nov 28th, 2017 12:28 pmLooks like they have an adults only night now.
https://toronto.legolanddiscoverycentre ... ts/#events
Nov 28th, 2017 1:17 pm
You can probably go into the store part to buy lego, just can't go into the amusement park area, which makes total sense.
Nov 28th, 2017 1:24 pm
I have two kids (ages 5 and 8) and yet their policy makes little sense to me. Some adults still love Disney stuff , should they not be allowed at amusement park if not accompanied by kids?
Nov 28th, 2017 1:33 pm
All it takes is for one incident to completely tarnish the store's reputation, scare the public, and garnish themselves a lawsuit. It's the same reason why single, unaccompanied adults aren't allowed on school grounds either, unless they're one of the parents, whom one of the teachers would most likely recognize. That would be much harder to discern at a place like Legoland where there is turnover in staff on a regular basis, and you are inviting in the general public. Err on the side of caution, I say.sprung wrote: ↑Nov 28th, 2017 1:24 pmI have two kids (ages 5 and 8) and yet their policy makes little sense to me. Some adults still love Disney stuff , should they not be allowed at amusement park if not accompanied by kids?
Or another case. Parent has had their child pass away. They miss hearing the laughter and joy of kids at play. Should we ban the now childless adult from public playgrounds?
Obviously Lego is a private company and can do what they like. The recent, hypervigilant rise of helicopter parenting really makes me feel like many kids are missing out on a world of adventures.
Every study shows that suspect most likely to take or harm your kid is somebody that they already know (priest, teacher, family friend) , not a total stranger.
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