When thinking of extracurricular activities for your children to participate, sometimes looking in a place you wouldn’t have thought of can offer you a great learning opportunity. For example, check out these great programs from various stores.
Home Depot. Woodworking/Crafts. Free. Once a month, on the second Saturday of the month, go to your local Home Depot and join in the kids’ activities. Lots of fun and hands on! If your child is older, they also have adult workshops where they can learn skills like tile installation, fire safety, and much more.
Michaels Crafts Store. Crafts. Various fees. Check the calendar of your local store to see what kind of crafts and kids activities they have running in the month.
Superstore Cooking School. Cooking/Baking. $9-20/child. All sorts of fun cooking skills classes – from meals to treats to themed adventures.
Chapters/Indigo. Literature. Miscellaneous events from crafts to author meet n greets to storytime.
Long & McQuade music store. Music. Find out about free music clinics, concerts, and other musical activities.