Friday, July 01, 2016

Free Family Fun - 7/1/16

*Always call ahead.

Thanks Lori for the email!

Bank of America Museums on Us
Saturday, July 2nd and Sunday, July 3rd
Bank of America’s Museums on Us is offering free admission to more than 150 museums nationwide. Simply present your Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit or debit card along with a photo ID to gain free general admission to any participating institution. Cardholders only; guests are not eligible for free admission. For more information about Museums on Us, visit:
Saturday, July 2nd at 11 AM
Storytime and Activities featuring  Hello, My Name is Octicorn
Contact your local Barnes & Noble store to verify participation.
summer camp 2016 bass pro
Now through  July 24th
Family Summer Camp – free workshops, crafts, activities and more. Ongoing outdoor workshops in stores. Check your local Bass Pro Shop store for specific events, times, and details.
disney store play days
Now through September 5th
Summer Play Days for kids ages 3 and up with activities such as Art of Animation, Trivia, Story Time and Showtime. At select locations. Contact your local Disney Store for details.
guitar center free classes
Saturday, July 2nd at 10:15 AM – Free Group Guitar Lesson
Saturday, July 2nd from 9 AM to 12 PM
Kids make and take an Ice Age Bowling Game. Get more information and register at Home Depot workshops .
star spangled wreath
Saturday, July 2nd from 11 AM – 3 PM and a few locations offer crafts on Sunday.
Kids design and take a Star Spangled Wreath craft. Get more information from Lakeshore Learning Free Crafts for Kids.

michaels july 2nd
Saturday, July 2nd from 10 AM – 12 PM
Kids make and take a Craft Stick Flag Craft. Cost is $2 per kid. Get more information on theMichael’s website.
Saturday, July 2nd from 1-3 PM
Everyone can make a red, white and blue tie-dye t-shirt and decorate festive 4th of July cookies.
williams sonoma kids july 2

Saturday, July 2nd at 10 AM
In this super-fun class you’ll learn how easy it is to make your own ice cream—and it will taste way better than the store-bought kind. Suitable for ages 8–13.
Get more information at your local Williams-Sonoma store.

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