Home Depot Kids Workshop

June 4, 2018

There are just a few more days left in the school year. Whether your child will be attending a summer camp or staying home the key to a successful two to three months of summer vacation is to keep the kids busy. There are so many activities your city may have to offer not just during the summertime but all throughout the year. One monthly activity that our family has been participating in is the Home Depot Kids Workshop. 



The Home Depot Kids workshops are free and held each month, on scheduled Saturdays. All you have to do is register your child online. The workshops run from 9am to 12pm which I find to be such a convenience since I can show up at whatever time works best for us. Your child will receive a traditional Home Depot apron the first time they attend a workshop and they can wear it each time they participate.




Upon arriving and signing in the project instructions and materials are provided. Then it’s time to get to work! So far we’ve attended three workshops. The first was Build a Birdhouse, then Build a Windmill Planter, and the most recent project was Build a Classic car. Once the project is complete the child gets to take it home along with a Certificate of Completion and a pin to place on their apron. 




The Home Depot Kids workshops promote education, entertainment, and creativity allowing each child to build the same project from scratch while adding their special touch to it. This is a monthly event that your children will be sure to look forward to doing again and again all summer long! 


Go to www.homedepot.com to learn more about the Home Depot Kids Workshop and register your child for the next project. 



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