Home Depot Workshops for the Holiday’s

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.

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