Free Kids Events in March
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Free Kids Events in March

Posted on Thursday, February 26th, 2015 at 7:00 am
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Creativity lesson(preschool activity)Need something fun for your kids to do that doesn’t cost a lot of money? There are plenty of free kids events offered every month. Which of the free kids events that will take place this March would your child enjoy attending?

LEGO holds a free mini-model building event every month. It is offered “while supplies last” and is for children ages 6 to 14. The events are held at LEGO stores and begin at 5:00 in the evening.

March 3, 2015: LEGO robot mini-model build – Kids will put together a LEGO robot.

Pottery Barn Kids
Pottery Barn Kids holds several different kinds of free kids events every month. Check the store’s website for more details.

March 7, 2015: Superhero wristcuffs or an owl habitat – This is a Handmade Charlotte DIY Crafting event. Kids will be introduced to the creative DIY projects of Handmade Charlotte (who is a blogger). The event will begin at 11:00 in the morning.

March 7 – 21, 2015: Peter Rabbit character appearance – Kids can meet Peter Rabbit. Parents can take photos. This event is being offered in select Pottery Barn Kids stores, only.

March 31, 2015: Peter Rabbit Story Time – Kids can read along to The Classic Tale of Peter Rabbit. This event will start at 11:00 in the morning.

Home Depot
Home Depot offers free building events for kids. Each child will receive a free certificate of achievement, Workshop Apron, and commemorative pin. They also get to keep the project they built. Parents must register their children for this event.

March 7, 2015: Learn how to build bookends – Kids will build a pair of bookends with sports or flower stickers.

Lowe’s Build and Grow
Lowe’s Build and Grow offers free building workshops for kids. Each child who attends will receive a free apron, goggles, and patch. They also get to keep the project they built. Parents must register their children for this event.

March 14, 2015: Monster Jam featuring El Toro Loco – Kids will put together a Monster Jam wooden vehicle that looks like El Toro Loco.

Lakeshore Learning
Lakeshore Learning offers free craft events for kids who are ages 3 and up. No registration is required.

March 7, 2015: Hold-It-All Buggy Clip – Kids will decorate a clothespin to look like a cute insect

March 14, 2015: Lucky Catch Leprechaun – Kids will put together a catch game that looks like a Leprechaun

March 21, 2015: Feathery Friend – Kids will put together a toy bird that has lots of feathers.

March 28, 2015: Changing Caterpillar – Kids will put together a craft that starts as a caterpillar and can transform into a butterfly.

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