Free and Frugal Kids Events in November
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Free and Frugal Kids Events in November

Posted on Friday, October 25th, 2013 at 7:00 am
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Kids CraftsNeed something fun for your kids to do? There are plenty of kids activities that will be going on in November. Many of them are free to attend. Others require a small cost. Your child can participate in an arts and crafts or building event, try something new, and have fun.

Lakeshore Learning
Your kids can attend a free craft event at Lakeshore Learning. Each one takes place on Saturdays. They start at 11:00 in the morning and end at 3:00 in the afternoon. You do not have to register for these events. Just show up!

November 2, 2013: Scarecrow Windsock – Kids put together a windsock that resembles a cute scarecrow.

November 9, 2013: Pilgrim Hat Pencil Holder – Kids learn how to turn a cup into a pencil holder that looks like a pilgrim’s hat.

November 16, 2013: I Am Thankful Placemat – Kids make a placemat that shows all the things that they are grateful for. This would make a nice addition to the Thanksgiving dinner table.

November 23, 2013: Silly Turkey Hat – Kids get the opportunity to make a silly looking turkey hat that they can wear on their heads.

November 30, 2013: Falling Leaves Mobile – Kids put together a colorful mobile in fall colors. They will be making their very own leaves to add onto it.

Lowe’s Build and Grow
These events are free to attend. Parents must register their child for the event ahead of time. Each kid will get a free apron, goggles, patch, and more. They also get to build a wooden project.

November 9, 2013: Pull back car – Kids get to build an awesome #48 car that has a pull back motor

Michaels Kids Club
Michaels offers kids craft events that last 30 minutes. Sessions start at 10:00 in the morning and end at 11:00 in the morning. Parents must pay $2.00 in order to reserve 30 minutes of craft time for their child.

November 2, 2013: Thanksgiving Handcrafted Turkey – Kids make a playful “handcrafted” turkey. The feathers are in the shapes of hands.

LEGO Star Wars Club Meeting

October 26, 2013: Build a ship for Jabba the Hutt.

This one is happening tomorrow! Kids will get the supplies to build the ship and receive a free and exclusive LEGO Club t-shirt. You must pre-register for this event. Space is limited to 20 children per meeting. It costs $25.00 to attend, which isn’t bad, considering what they are giving out.

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