Registration is open for the next free Kids Workshop at Home Depot. It's being held on Saturday, November 2 and children will build a free American Eagle kit.
You'll be proud to complete this project using everything in the American Eagle kit. Learn to use a hammer, fine sandpaper, wood glue and a Phillips screwdriver. Assemble the bird's basic shape and its wings, then add fun stickers. Paint the piece to bring it to life, and then build the base to help your bird stand tall.
All kids get to keep their craft, receive a free certificate of achievement, a Workshop Apron, and a commemorative pin while supplies last.
These workshops run from 9am-noon and are aimed at kids aged 5-12, though the age range is simply a guide instead of a strict rule. I can also confirm grown adults aged over 30 sometimes have trouble helping their little brother because I'm terrible with tools.
There are only a limited number of spaces available, so you need to register online ahead of time! Find your store, then scroll down and register. When I used to take my little brother, they didn't enforce a strict arrival time. We would often show up around 10am and have plenty of time to get the project finished before noon!
Home Depot Promotional Sales
While you're at the workshop, you might be interested in the latest online and in-store promotions at The Home Depot! Many of these deals are not tied to any event, with up to 75% discounts!