Check Out These Free Nintendo Labo Workshops Around the Country

Your kids can learn about and try out Nintendo Labo, a video game that requires creativity and hands-on building, for free!

Nintendo will host a series of workshops across the country to give younger fans a safe, family-friendly space to experiment with the new Labo kits.

Starting in September, the hour-long workshops will offer interactive activities using the Nintendo Labo: Variety Kit, as well as on-site “lab assistants,” experts in white lab coats and colored shirts, who will help attendees learn the ins and outs of Nintendo Labo. Admission is free of charge and recommended for kids ages 9 to 12.

The workshops will visit the following areas:

  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Orange County, California
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Baltimore, Maryland
  • Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Savannah, Georgia
  • Denver, Colorado
  • Seattle, Washington

Families can register their kids and learn more about the workshops here.

Madeleine Buckley is an associate editor at Adventure Publishing Group. She writes for the Pop Insider and the Toy Insider, and contributes to leading toy industry magazine The Toy Book. She considers herself a movie score enthusiast, proud Ravenclaw, mediocre knitter, and true-crime podcast binger. You can find her at the movies at least once a week, and you can find her thoughts about them on Twitter @buckley_maddie.

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  1. I am the Senior Manager of Youth Development here at the YMCA of Gloucester County. I received a phone call from a Mike in regards to coming to our Y and doing a free demo with our kids in November. Unfortunately Mike did not leave a contact number for me to call back. We are located in the South Jersey area, Mike mentioned they would be around the area at the time. If you could direct me to the best person in regards to this that would be much appreciated.

    Alissa Santos

    • Marissa DiBartolo

      Hi Alissa! We are a toy review website and we are not affiliated with Nintendo! So sorry we can’t be of more help.