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7 Free Things To Do This Weekend

1. Walmart is having a Dora Birthday Party: Free cupcakes and Photocard! (Walmart is also giving away free samples of bakery goodies and other yummy goodes.)

2. IHOP: Kids eat free every night in August!

3. Sign up at Michael's The Knack for free offers, events and craft ideas for kids. This weekend Michael's will be having a free event at their stores called " Sentence Blocs Demo"  Look for your nearest Michael's store for details, but most should be holding the event on August 14th, 10 AM to 1PM.

4. Lowe's Free Projects Clinics For Kids (This weekend is a free bug box...Aug. 28th is a school bus project) Get free goggles, aprons, sew on patch, and completion certificate--and maybe a free gift card to Wendy's!)

5. Sat. Aug 14th and Sun. Aug. 15th  are Free Entrance Days at over 100 National Parks that usually charge fees to enter. There are a couple more free weekends left this year as well...check out the dates and list of parks.

6. Disney Stores are having a free event in their stores this weekend, Saturday August 14th (2 different sessions) : Make Your Own Perry The Pltamus Inaction Figure (Phineas and Ferb.)

7. Lakeshore has free crafts for kids Every Saturday Every Store from 11AM-3PM! This weekend is Make Your Own License Plate.


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