The Home Depot’s Kids Holiday Workshop booths at the NAS Jacksonville tree lighting ceremony was recently held to enjoy some quality time together while building a whimsical Gingerbread House.
Spreading cheer this holiday season, Home Depot is offering free in-person Kids Workshops on the first Saturday of each month, starting at 9 a.m. in all stores. During the next workshop on January 6, children will have the opportunity to build a Home Depot truck (image below). To register for workshops and explore The Home Depot’s upcoming kid-friendly activations, visit homedepot.com/workshops.
The Home Depot Kids Workshops are a learn-by-doing experience that encourages skill-building and creativity for children. During The Home Depot’s Workshops, kids can learn skills like:
- Following step-by-step instructions
- Working with hand tools like hammers and screwdrivers
- Painting and crafting
All tools and materials needed to complete the workshops will be available and a Home Depot associate will be there to assist families. The events are very popular, so make sure to register ahead of time. Find a store near you at HomeDepot.com.