2012 Events
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Tournament Registration Process

Practice Tournaments

Event NameEvent VenueLocationDate
LEGO Fever 1Carman-Ainsworth Middle SchoolFlint Oct 27
Robot ShakedownLake Superior State UniversitySault Ste. Marie Nov 3

Qualifying Tournaments for White Lake Championship

Event NameEvent VenueLocationDate
Bloomfield BashAndover High SchoolBloomfield Hills Nov 10
SharkFestTroy High SchoolTroy Nov 10
Spartan FLL ChallengeMichigan State UniversityEast Lansing Nov 10
Downriver Robot RescueAllen Park Middle SchoolAllen Park Nov 17
Frog Force FrenzyNovi Middle SchoolNovi Nov 17
Mission PossibleMonroe High SchoolMonroe Nov 17
ThunderQuestHenry Ford II High SchoolSterling Heights Nov 17

Qualifying Tournaments for Flint Championship

Event NameEvent VenueLocationDate
LEGO Fever IICarman-Ainsworth Middle SchoolFlint Nov 10
NMU FLL Robotics TournamentNorthern Michigan UniversityMarquette Nov 10
2012 Robot Challenge Grandville High SchoolGrandville Nov 17
West Michigan LEGO ManiaHarbor Lights Middle School Holland Nov 17
LEGO By The Bay Grand Traverse AcademyTraverse City Dec 1
Movin' U.P.Lake Superior State UniversitySault Ste. Marie Dec 1
Nexteer Ready, Set, Lego Freeland High School Freeland Dec 1

Michigan Championship Tournaments

Event NameEvent VenueLocationDate
White Lake ChampionshipLakeland High SchoolWhite Lake Dec 1
Flint ChampionshipCarman-Ainsworth Middle SchoolFlint Dec 8

All FIRST LEGO League events are free and open to the public.