Free Lowe’s Build & Grow The Croods Projects March 28 & April 13 ~ Giveaway

Inspired by the movie The Croods (in theaters now), the next two free Lowe’s Build & Grow clinics will feature The Croods projects. On March 23, kids can make a Piranhakeet Chomper and on April 13 kids can make a Planter – for free.

Lowe’s Build & Grow Free The Croods Projects

What is a Lowe’s Build & Grow Workshop?

Lowe’s Build & Grow clinics are free workshops intended to teach children learn basic home improvement skills and build confidence while creating a free, wooden project they can take home. Each participant also receives a free apron, goggles and a certification of merit upon completion of their project. All workshops are held from 10-11 am. Recommended for ages 2-5.

About The Croods

The Croods is a 3D comedy adventure that follows the world’s first modern family as they embark on a journey of a lifetime when the cave that has always been their home is destroyed. Traveling across a spectacular landscape, the Croods are rocked by generational clashes and seismic shifts as they discover an incredible new world filled with fantastic creatures — and their outlook is changed forever.

The Croods Dreamworks


One lucky reader will win a $10 Lowe’s gift card and a Lowe’s Build & Grow Kit to build your own The Croods project at home.

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Contest ends April 11, 2013.

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87 thoughts on “Free Lowe’s Build & Grow The Croods Projects March 28 & April 13 ~ Giveaway”

  1. nope – i have tried though…it seems you really have to reserve a spot early on to get in around here…we don’t have alot of lowes in the area so I am guessing it is just too much interest for them to handle.


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