Lowe's hosts weekly Kids Clinics as part of their Build and Grow program that teaches kids to make hands-on projects out of wood and other supplies. Kids Clinics are free and include materials for making a project in-store, an apron, goggles, and a patch. They are able to take home their project at the end of the Kids Clinic. Projects often have a children's movie theme as the base with room for creativity and fun. Examples of projects are Sheep Drop Game, Monsters v Aliens Robot, Turbo with pullback motor, bird houses, trucks and many more.
Kids Clinics take place every Saturday from 10:00 a.m- 11:00 a.m. at Lowe's Hardware Stores. Parents are required to register their child before attending a Kids Clinic. Since they are free, they do fill up quickly, so be sure to register weeks in advance. You can view the schedule and then register by entering your zipcode and choosing a location near you.
Parents are asked to attend Kids Clinic with their child and be of assistance to smaller children. This is a great opportunity to engage with your child and create something cool together. They will dress up in their apron and goggles while making their project. Lowe's staff is present to guide participants through the steps of the project so that every kid can walk away with a creation of their own. They are allowed to take home their project and building gear so they can continue to be a builder at home. The children earn patches with each activity that they can proudly display on their apron as they grow and learn.