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Promoted 02-29-2016 by Corwin at 07:24 PM View Original Post
Home Depot is offering a Build a Toy Wagon Kids Workshop valid on Saturday, March 5, 2016 that runs from 9AM to 12PM for Free when you follow the steps listed below. Thanks jmuskibum

Note, this offer is a pre-registration; the actual event will take place on Saturday, March 5, 2016. Seating may be limited depending on location/region.
  1. Click this link here and then click "Register"
  2. Enter your zip code or city and state, then click "Find Store"
  3. Select your local sore and then click "Select"
  4. Under "Workshop Day and Time" select "Saturday, Mar 5, 2016 09:00 AM" and then click "Select Date and Continue"
  5. Under "Tell Us About Yourself" fill out the Registration Information and Kids Workshop Participants and click "Complete Registration"
  6. A text window will open indicating that registration has been successful.
    • Note: Be sure to see the registration page for complete details and the forum thread for additional discussion

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Written by Corwin

This Home Depot Kids Workshop is recommended for children 5-12 years of age and parental participation is required. This event will offer your kids a chance to build a wooden project they can keep, receive a certificate of achievement, workshop apron and a commemorative pin while supplies last. Children must be present at the store to participate in the workshop and receive the kit, apron and pin. -Corwin

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Edited February 29, 2016 at 07:09 AM by annie930ny
Similar to the Lowes Build and Grow Workshops

Home Depot offers a Build a Toy Wagon - 3/5 from 9-12

http://workshops.homedepot.com/wo...-workshops

Join our hands-on workshop and build a rolling toy wagon for your child's tiny toys. Once the wagon is built, your child can decorate it with The Home Depot stickers.

All kids get to keep their craft, receive a FREE certificate of achievement, a Workshop Apron, and a commemorative pin while supplies last.

Children must be present at the store to participate in the workshop and receive the kit, apron and pin.
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Last Edited by jmuskibum February 29, 2016 at 11:21 AM
Recommended age is For children 5 - 12 years old, but many parents have had no issue with 3+.

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Yes, unless shes bob vila
Its usually hammer, nails and glue. I've taken my 9 yr old since he was about 6 to these things but i wouldnt take my 18 month old to actually do any of it.
My son and I happened to be at our local HD store for the January event, but before it started. Without asking, they ran back and gave us a building packet to take home. They said that we could ask for one next month too if we couldn't make the event.

The 3 hour window allows for people to come and go as their schedule allows. Then entire build won't take 3 hours.

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#4
Our local Lowes is doing this as well, ours is a Monster Truck build workshop.
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Anyone ever participated in one of these HomeDepot workshops?

I am curious if its organized and professional or if its a fight/fend for yourself chaotic mess?1?!

I guess it depends on the demographic and the location of each individual HomeDepot!?!
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Do these kids workshops really take 3 hours (9am-12pm)? I'm thinking of a 6 yr old doing it with Daddy.
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Quote from blubyu View Post :
Our local Lowes is doing this as well, ours is a Monster Truck build workshop.
Lowes was actually last weekend for the Dragon Truck, and the 12th for Blue Thunder.

Quote from OneNathanUnderDog View Post :
Anyone ever participated in one of these HomeDepot workshops?

I am curious if its organized and professional or if its a fight/fend for yourself chaotic mess?1?!

I guess it depends on the demographic and the location of each individual HomeDepot!?!
It does depend. The one closest to us is organized, but they don't actually download the registration data so you have to re-register. The one a bit farther from us does, and so we'll be going there from now on.
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I'm planning to bring my 19 month old to this. Is she too young?
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Quote from mfrasier View Post :
Lowes was actually last weekend for the Dragon Truck, and the 12th for Blue Thunder.



It does depend. The one closest to us is organized, but they don't actually download the registration data so you have to re-register. The one a bit farther from us does, and so we'll be going there from now on.
I see, thanks for the reply.
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Quote from kahoots View Post :
I'm planning to bring my 19 month old to this. Is she too young?
Yes, unless shes bob vila
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Quote from IShortysI View Post :
Yes, unless shes bob vila
Haha...ill probably end up doing it and have her decorate. Does it really take 3 hours? Do we use saws or its like legos where you connect the pieces?
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When you register it says for ages 5-12 years old only.
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It's good that Lowes and HD are offering free workshop for kids but the workshop people treat you like you owe them money. Even though you signed up online, it doesn't mean that your spot is guarantee. You have to be there early. They just give to anyone who stops by with or without signing up. There is no point signing up online except that you will be getting spammed. You will see a lot of upset parents and kids.
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My son and I happened to be at our local HD store for the January event, but before it started. Without asking, they ran back and gave us a building packet to take home. They said that we could ask for one next month too if we couldn't make the event.

The 3 hour window allows for people to come and go as their schedule allows. Then entire build won't take 3 hours.
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Quote from kahoots View Post :
Haha...ill probably end up doing it and have her decorate. Does it really take 3 hours? Do we use saws or its like legos where you connect the pieces?
Its usually hammer, nails and glue. I've taken my 9 yr old since he was about 6 to these things but i wouldnt take my 18 month old to actually do any of it.
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