Friday, June 17, 2016
Here are some Free, or almost Free ideas for Summer Activites:
Geocaching--an outdoor treasure hunting game.
Navigate GPS coordinates into your phone to find a hidden 'treasure'. Check out Geocaching.com to find the coordinates.
Visit Museums and Parks at off peak days and times. Check your local museums for freebie nights.
National Parks have free days. Active military can appy for a free yearly pass. Check out National Park website for details.
Local parks have free concerts and movie nights.
Some movie theaters have non first run movies, some old but goodies, for a special price. Some prices include popcorn and drinks!
Check your local bowling alley for special summer deals. KidsBowlFree.com
Local Libraries always have great programs. I recently took a free crochet class.
Home Depot, Lowes, Michaels, JoAnns all have free or inexpensive craft classes for all ages.
Zoos--check out special deals and days. Sometimes memberships are a good deal as well, especially for grandparents to treat the grands.
Check with your local Chamber of Commerce for staycation ideas.
Community colleges and universities have summer programs and camps.
See if your credit card offers freebies such as free admission to museums.