Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Living for the (FREE) Weekend in Metro Detroit - March 26th - March 28th

Here is a highlight of the FREE activities you can do this weekend in the metro Detroit area and beyond:

Take the kids to Lowes for their FREE Kids Build and Grow Workshop this Saturday. This time the kids will build a kaleidoscope.

There will be FREE Easter fun at both Northland and Eastland Malls on Saturday where the kids can do crafts, get treats, and search for the golden egg. Whoever finds the golden egg will get a $50 Visa Gift Card.

The Detroit Historical Museum is putting on a FREE Eggstravaganza on Saturday from 10am to Noon where kids can decorate and fill Easter baskets and the whole family can enjoy the Spring Variety Show.

Laural Park Place is having Breakfast with the Easter Bunny this Saturday from 9am - 10:30am in Livonia that only cost $5 per person.

If you are on the Northwest side of Detroit this Saturday, stop in at the FREE Easter Egg Hunt at the Detroit Public Library Sherwood Forest Branch on West 7 Mile and the Southfield freeway.
And to round out the Easter celebrations, The Art Van Furniture store in Dearborn will have FREE visits with the Easter Bunny this Sunday.

The Macys at Somerset Mall in Troy is having a INC Spring Chic Event on Saturday at 1pm where the first 50 RSVP'ed guests that arrive early will each get a $25 INC gift card.

For Teachers, Saturday is a great day at go to the Henry Ford for their FREE Educators IMAX Preview event at 8:30am. The IMAX film will be "Hubble 3D". RSVP is suggested.

There is a FREE quilting exhibit at the Ford House in Grosse Pointe Shores. The last day for this FREE exhibit is this Sunday.

If you are stuck at home this weekend, check out the new Showtime series premiers of Nurse Jackie and United States of Tara online before they are shown on Showtime. Use the password to access the shows online.

And lastly, how about getting prints for some of those photos that are stuck in your camera? Walgreens has a code that gives you 20 FREE 4x6 photos.

Have a wonderful and blessed weekend,

Photo of Detroit from the Detroit News and Free Press


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