Keep your kids entertained with these free or cheap summer activities! Leave a comment below if you know of something that I can add to the list.
FREE & CHEAP MOVIES
Regal Cinemas: $1 Movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10AM
Cobb Theatres: Free Movies! Movies are shown on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays and you can choose between two movies playing each day. Doors open at 9:30am. Same day ticketing only.
Cinemark Theatres: There is a $1 charge for each movie you see if purchased at the box office, or if you purchase all of the movies in advance you only pay $5 for 10 shows!
Showcase Cinemas: Attend a FREE Movie @ 10:00 am every on Wednesday from July 10 – Aug 7 just by bringing in a Book Report as your admittance! Download the Book Report form HERE. (children under age 6 and adults accompanying a participate are FREE and do not need to complete the book report for admittance)
Home Depot: First Saturday of every month, free workshop for kids 5-12
Lowes: Lowes has free fun clinics for kids every Saturday at 10 am
Lakeshore Learning: Free crafts for kids every saturday from 11AM to #PM
Pottery Barn: They have kids events and summer reading programs.
Kids Bowl Free: FREE Bowling for Kids 18 and Under Summer 2013
AMF Bowling Centers: FREE Bowling for Kids All Summer Long at AMF Bowling Centers
Microsoft: YouthSpark Summer Camps, where technology meets creativity for ages 8–13.
Apple: At Apple Camp, kids ages 8–12 will learn the ins and outs of iMovie and how to make their own films.
Ringling Bros Barnum & Bailey Circus: Free Ticket for Baby’s First Circus
Free Museum Entry: Free Museum entry from Bank of America.
Free National Park Entry: America’s Best Idea – the national parks – is even better when it’s free!
Half Price Books: Half price books has a reading program where kids can earn ‘back ot school bucks’ by reading more
Barnes & Noble: FREE Kids Book from Barnes and Noble
FREE Factory Tours (Find one in your area)