In-Store Activities for Kids in the CSRA

in-store activities

In-Store Activities for Kids in the CSRA

Looking for something different to do? You can get the kids out of the house and entertain them without breaking out your wallet. There are stores around town that offer kid activities/classes for free or at a low cost. Some places will even entertain your kids while you shop. Here is a list of some local places that provide some great fun! 

Home Depot

Home Depot offers monthly free workshops every first Saturday of the month. A parent must be present. All kids get to keep their craft, receive a free certificate of achievement, a Workshop Apron, and a commemorative pin while supplies last.

Find the next workshop here! 


Micheal’s offers in-store craft classes that are great for all ages. The classes meet each Sunday at 2 PM and no registration is required. The classes are free.

Click Here to See Monthly Micheal’s Events


Kroger offers a Saturday cooking class called Kroger Chef Junior. Kids will be able to make a tasty treat during this 20-minute workshop. Activities can range from cupcake decorating to making a fruit pizza. Each kid will receive a chef hat, apron, recipe card, box, cooking utensil, and patch. The recommended ages are 4 to 10, but all are welcome. The class is offered in Augusta and Grovetown. $7.00 per child!

Visit their website for more information.


Lowe’s offers a DIY Kids Workshop on select dates. The projects vary from month to month. The classes are held on select Saturdays.

Top Dawg Tavern

Top Dawg Tavern offers Kids Club every Wednesday night. The kids will do a fun-themed craft and they can play in the arcade room. They also offer $5 kids meals.

More Local Fun! 

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