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Free Kids Events in September

Posted on Thursday, August 20th, 2015 at 4:35 pm
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Crayola CrayonsThe new school year has either started or will start very soon. Your kids, and your family, will be busy! Eventually, there will be some down time to fill with something fun for your kids to do. There are plenty of free kids events that will be happening in September. Which ones will your kids enjoy the most?

LEGO Stores
LEGO stores offer a free monthly mini model build for kids who are between the ages of 6 and 14. Registration is required.

September 2, 2015: LEGO Diver – Kids will put together a mini model of a diver.

Pottery Barn Kids
Pottery Barn Kids offers two types of free kids events each month. One is a story time, which may or may not include a holiday celebration. The other is a unique special event.

September 1, 2015: Grandparent’s Day Story Time – Kids will hear stories that are about children and their grandparents. Kids who become a book club member receive a special gift after attending five story times.

September 19, 2015: Halloween Fashion Show – Families are invited to view a fashion show that features the most anticipated costume collection for kids. This could inspire your kids to decide what they want to be on Halloween. There will be snacks and drinks. There will also be pumpkin decorating.

Home Depot
Home Depot offers free building workshops for kids who are between the ages of 5 and 12. Kids receive a Workshop Apron, a commemorative pin, and a certificate of achievement. They also get to keep the project they build.

September 5, 2015: Football Toss Game – Kids will put together a small football toss game.

Lowe’s Build and Grow
Lowe’s Build and Grow offers free building events for kids. Each kid will receive a free apron, goggles, and a patch. They also get to keep the wooden project they build.

August 22, 2015: Thor’s Chariot – Kids will put together Thor’s Chariot. This is the last project in their “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” set.

Lakeshore Learning
Lakeshore Learning offers free craft events for kids who are ages 3 and older.

September 5, 2015: My Desk Nameplate Easel – Kids will build an easel out of craft sticks that they can decorate. The easel will hold a nameplate.

September 12, 2015: What a Hoot! Owl – Kids will decorate and create a paper bag puppet owl.

September 19, 2015: Great Catch! Game – Kids will decorate and put together a catch game that involves a cup and a bead on a string.

September 26, 2015:
Welcome Autumn! Crown – Kids will decorate an Autumn inspired headband with flowers and leaves in Fall colors.

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