Lowe’s Build and Grow Clinics | FREE Kid Woodworking Crafts

Lowe’s Build and Grow Clinics are offered every other Saturdays at 10am. Kids get to build a FREE wooden project.

After going to the website you’ll get to see the next two upcoming projects and reserve a space online! You don’t have to sign up before attending but you have to get there early because once all the projects have been handed out they’re done! I normally try to go to a Lowe’s that’s more out of the way so that there’s less competition in case we’re running late.

My 6 year old daughter and I have been going for a couple of years and have made some incredible projects! You can buy any project that you missed online but it’s DEFINITELY worth it to attend when the crafts are FREE!

Participants receive:

  • Free apron
  • Goggles
  • Project themed patch (for their apron)
  • Certification of merit

Don’t forget to become a Fan of Lowe’s on Facebook and follow their tweets, @lowes.

Lowe’s Build and Grow Apron, Goggles, Hammer (child-sized)

Lowe's Build and Grow Woodworking craft

Valentine’s Day Jewelry Box Craft

Lowe's Build and Grow Woodworking craft

Birdhouse Building Kit

Lowe's Build and Grow Woodworking craft also available for purchase

Lowe's Build and Grow Woodworking craft

8 thoughts on “Lowe’s Build and Grow Clinics | FREE Kid Woodworking Crafts

  1. Left suggestion at Lowes on Facebook about having a make it and take it for adults. Pay a reasonable fee and be able to make planter boxes, table top fountains,etc. Employees could having items already cut, etc. Some people need the technical help or live in apartments and can’t do/have power tools.

  2. Missy I think that’s a GREAT idea! Especially for people who just don’t have access like you said! I hope that Lowes listens and responds to your idea! 😀 Let me know!

  3. I am wanting to learn woodworking and am thus looking for a good woodworking book to build chairs, shelves, beds, etc … featuring enough woodworking plans and projects; would you help me ? Thank you!

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