The Home Depot free Kids workshops are such a big hit, not only in our family, but for everyone looking to get the kids out for some hands-on, free fun! These occur on the first Saturday of every month from 9a-12p.
Typically, the Home Depot FREE Kids’ Workshops usually center around whatever holidays are happening that month and let kids build (and often paint) things like cars, napkin holders, games & more. Every participant in the kids workshops also gets a certificate, orange apron, pin and treats when they complete the project!
As I discover what the projects will be for the Home Depot workshops, I’ll list them below so you know what you’re getting into before you head out with the kiddos.
Home Depot Free Kids Workshop Schedule for 2016:
The NEXT Home Depot free kids workshop will be Saturday, August 6, 2016 and kids can learn how to build an Skateboard Pencil Box.
The Home Depot free kids workshops have been known to run out of supplies…so while you don’t need to make reservations for the workshops, you can register here.
I definitely wouldn’t recommend waiting until the last hour to arrive, otherwise you may have some disappointed kids! You can register for the Home Depot Free kids workshops in advance, but that does not guarantee that you will have a kit once you arrive.
Children must be present to receive a kit (stands to reason, but I suppose The Home Depot is trying to prevent people from taking extras home), as well as the certificate and pin.
For more free kids workshop fun, make sure you check out my Lowes Build and Grow Workshop Schedule 2016.