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FREE Weekend Activities for July 27 & 28

by Tabitha @ Saving Toward A Better Life on July 25, 2019 · 0 comments

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Summer is HERE!  You’re going to need cheap and free activities to fill up more than just the weekend!  Check out these summer fun deals too:

American Girl Stores

Most American Girl Store events cost.  But there are a few that are free.  Events vary by store. You can check out upcoming events at a store near you here.

Barnes and Noble:

Saturday, July 27th @ 11:00am
Storytime: We Don’t Eat Our Classmates
Join us for part one of our kick off to Kindergarten series. Enjoy fun activities to prepare kids as they begin a new adventure, and get a coupon from our Café for a grilled cheese sandwich with milk or juice for $4 (Café stores only). 

Sunday, July 28th @ 11:00am
Baby & Me Storytime Busy Bee: Happy Llama
Introducing our new Baby & Me Storytime for caregivers and children 0-24 months old. Join us as we read a book and participate in activities featuring sensory growth for your little ones. Plus, get a free Starbucks tall, hot or iced coffee (Café stores only). 

Disney Store:

Saturdays in July @ 3:00pm
Roar with the Lion King
Come find animal tracks, match them to their Lion King characters, and learn about wildlife in the Pride Lands. Receive an exclusive event badge when you help save real lions by purchasing a Special Edition Simba or Nala Plush.

Use the store locator to find your local store and contact them about upcoming in-store events.


Home Depot:  

no events this weekend


no events this weekend

Lakeshore Learning: 

Saturday, July 27th, 10:00am – 3:00pm
Craft: Jellyfish

Some locations have their crafts on Sundays.  Check your location.


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no events this weekend

Pottery Barn Kids

no events this weekend


no events this weekend


Saturday, July 27, from 10 am to 4:30
STEAM Day of Play: fun STEAM activities, including how to tie dye, create slime, & make a cereal necklace.  Find a participating store near you.


It looks like Williams-Sonoma has stopped having FREE cooking classes for kids.  And at $20 or more per kid per class, I’m afraid they’ve priced us out! 

Check out Willams-Sonoma Master Chef Junior Summer Cooking Camps.

This blog is very kid friendly! See more things for kids: Activities . Crafts Frugal Fun . Homeschooling . Preschool Recipes

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