Sponsored: Unique Birthday Parties: LEGO® Robotics, Super Science, Jr. Engineers, Disney Frozen, and More at L3 Academy

BY  |  Thursday, Jan 08, 2015 11:00am

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L3 Academy provides STEMtastic birthday parties with unique, fast-paced activities. Just show up with the birthday child and bring cake! From LEGO® Robotics to Super Scientists to Harry Potter’s Potion Class or a Geologist’s Adventure, our party leaders are just as excited as your child. Receive $20.15 off any LEGO® birthday party booked for a Friday when you mention Baristanet between now and 2/14/15.*


  • LEGO® Robotics Party: Build and program your structure to move, sing, snore, etc.
  • Jr. Engineers Party: Race to the moon with large LEGO® bricks and gears.
  • Ultimate LEGO® Lab for free builders

Super Science Birthday Parties

  • Super Scientists: L3’s signature science party filled with fun slime and glow in the dark test tubes.
  • Explosive & Exciting Science: Pour, mix and shake-up a whole lot of explosive fun.
  • Colorful Chemistry: Color, explosions and changing colors in liquids

Themed Parties

  • Animals! Animals! Animals!
  • Frozen: Science, Singing & Snow
  • CSI/Forensics
  • Dinosaur Dig
  • Rock Star: A Geologist’s Adventure
  • Harry Potter Potions Party
  • Bot Birthday Bash
  • Crazy Car Engineering


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Each party lasts for 90 minutes total with a dedicated host, party leader and party assistants. L3 Academy provides party favor bags, a printable invitation and thank you card, decorations including balloons, and paper goods. Parties are held Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

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For more information, contact us by email or 973-783-8333, or visit our website.

*Cannot be combined with any other offers, gift certificates or discounts. To receive the $20.15 off, the party must be one of the LEGO® parties, scheduled by 2/14/15, and must be held on a Friday within the 2015 calendar year.



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And we can get this project completed in time for Montclair's sesquicentennial when we can stick a fork into historic preservation as a public policy.

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