FREE Kids’ Workshops the 1st Saturday of each month

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Do you know that Home Depot has a FREE hands-on workshops designed for children ages 5 – 12 offered the 1st Saturday of every month at all The Home Depot stores between 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 pm?  I do know, and have known, although we haven’t actually gotten there yet.  I have heard it is tons of fun for kids and a great way for them to learn new skills!

    Workshops teach children do-it-yourself skills, tool safety and instill a sense of pride and accomplishment.
    All kids get to keep their craft and receive a FREE Kids Workshop Apron, commemorative pin and certificate of achievement.

The next workshop is Saturday, March 3rd. Kids will build and race the #20 speedster race car!

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  • Thanks for the information on Home Depot crafts for kids on Saturdays. I had no clue, lol. My daughter loves to do crafts, and she also is very shy. So I try to get her out and about with new kids so she can try to lose some of that shyness:)

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  • Gosh I had forgotten about this. I have my calendar marked and be ready to go to the next one. We’ve been to a couple, I must say that they are so patient with the kids; and the kids love it. So nice to accomplish a task and then get to take it home. What a great program. If anyone hasn’t gone they should go. Both Boys and Girls can go. See ya there.
    ncjeepster@aol.com

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  • My grandchildren look forward to going to Lowes on the weekend. My son-in-law is a contractor and they want to grow up and be one to. This justr reinforces what children can do when given the opportunity.

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  • I have heard about this, but have never actually brought my daughter. It sounds great, I will definitely be looking into it more, thank you!!

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  • I had no idea they had this. Thanks for the info!

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  • Once my kiddo was in the hospital over the weekend, and Home Depot sent out a group to do one of these workshops with all the children who were at the hospital. Isn’t that great?

    I should take him to one at the store!

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  • This is an wonderful program. It’s a good way to boost a child’s self esteem. They have a completed project that they can say “I did that”. I just wish we had a Home Depot closer to us.
    I actually had a conversation with another person who told me that their child had gone to one of the workshops and that the staff that held this was amazing and how much their child really enjoyed it. Hats off to Home Depot~!
    Thanks for posting this because i think that a lot of people have no idea this is available at Home Depot.

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  • I did not know Home Depot offered these workshops for kids. That is so cool. Thank you for sharing!

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  • i have heard about this but have never been to one

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  • I love their work shops. My son got to make quite a few things and they gave him a little apron with his name on it. Still has it and that was 18 years ago.

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  • Would love to take Home Depot up on this for my son too! We live an hour away from the nearest one, but do travel to that city often! He’d probably enjoy learning if we took a friend along!

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  • I didn’t realize that their workshops were so child friendly. I have to do some more research in our local Home Depot!

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  • This is great. I had no idea they did this. Is it in all locations or just where you are?

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