Pre-COVID era, I absolutely loved taking my boys to any fun and free events around town, particularly the Lowe’s DIY Kids Workshop and JCPenney Kids Zone. Then the pandemic started and no more fun events. But with businesses opened regularly now, I thought to myself the other day, “What happened to these events?” and I found out that they are still happening, but in the to-go format.
You can register your kids for the monthly Lowe’s DIY Kids Workshop at this link. It usually takes place toward the middle of each month and you can pick up their kit on either Saturday or Sunday and build it at home! This seems to have been forgotten about by many because when we went, they had so many leftover kits from that past few months that we got several!
Kids can also get some fun and cute projects, usually also in the middle of the month, at the JCPenney Kids Zone. These used to be done in store, but now they can be picked up in store and brought home. Information on the dates and upcoming activities can be found at this link.
Also check out these other socially distanced adventures:
Family-Friendly Hikes Around Chattanooga
Hike Cherokee: Bald River Falls
Outskirts of Town: Ringgold, Georgia Family Road Trip
Outskirts of Town: Soddy-Daisy Family Road Trip
Outskirts of Town: Signal Mountain Family Road Trip
Outskirts of Town: Chickamauga, Georgia Family Road Trip
Outskirts of Town: Red Bank Family Road Trip