Well, school's been out for a couple of weeks and I'm starting to look for things to do. Here are the great bargains that have recently appeared in my email box:
Museums around the country have teamed up with Bank of America to created the "Museums on Us" program. Just show your Bank of America credit card, debit card or ATM card for free entrance to these museums on select weekends each month. Go to http://promotions.bankofamerica.com/museums/ for more information and to find museums in your area. Almost Free: Summer Movie Camp at AMC Theatres. From June 25 through August 6, participating theaters are offering $1 movies at 10:00a.m. every Wednesday. Go to www.amctheatres.com/smc to find the participating AMC theater closest to you and check the schedule of movies to be shown. Proceeds will be donated to charity.Regal Movie Theatres are offering free movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. See the website to check for listings and locations.Other free or low cost movies are listed by Mom at Raising4Boys - check out her big list.Home Depotoffers free Kids Workshops on the first Saturday of each month from 9a.m. to noon. Kids ages 5 to 12 get to makefun projects like toolboxes, fire trucks and mail organizers as well asother more educational projects like a birdhouse, bughouse and even aDeclaration of Independence frame kit. Each kid also receives akid-sized orange apron like the Home Depot associates wear in thestores and an achievement pin. Go to www.homedepot.com and type "kids workshops" in the search box, to find the schedule for the Home Depot closest to you.Lastly, if you feel like doing a little research, you might want to type "free museum 2008 (city name)" into your search engine. I've found some of the neatest free days this way!If you know of any fun, low cost activities for this summer, please share them in the comments.