If you're tired of waiting on your husband to finish up that honey-do list, Habitat for Humanity of Evansville in partnership with Lowes is offering free construction training clinics so you can take care of things yourself.

The first clinic takes place at the west side Lowes on Saturday, April 28th from 9-11am and will cover hand and power tool training, framing walls and roofs, exterior siding-roofing shingles, mold safe practices, and installing locks with a kit.

The second clinic will happen one week later on Saturday, May 5th at the east side Lowes and will also cover hand and power tool training, as well as insulation and drywall/drywall repair, interior painting, wood stripping and refinishing, and mold safe practices.

Lunch will be available in the parking lot after each clinic for only $5.00 with proceeds benefitting Habitat for Humanity's Women Build program.

No registration is required and all experience levels are welcome to attend. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn about Habitat’s local Women Build project which will begin in the Glenwood Neighborhood on July 7.

The Women Build program was established by Habitat for Humanity to encourage the involvement of women in the construction of Habitat homes. Women Build projects provide an encouraging and supportive environment in which women can feel comfortable learning the skills necessary to become active participants in the build process. For more information on the Women Build program, please contact Habitat for Humanity of Evansville at 812-423-5623.