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5 Responses to Frugal Fun for the Whole Family

  1. Momma Jorje  

    Our library offers a music program where they have a different musician guest on particular days!

    We have a museum here with a kid program one Saturday per month. They do an art project and give art supplies away!

    Photography “dates” are one of my all-time favorite cheap dates / outings! Pick a location or theme (downtown, bridges, cemeteries, etc) or you can even do a photo scavenger hunt! I’ve only seen that last one done with teams of people.

  2. Crunchy Con Mommy  

    We LOVE library programs and storytime at the nature center and visiting the museum etc. We are very lucky to live somewhere with lots of free options.

    I also think geocaching and letterboxing can be lots of fun with kids if they are interested!

    • Gretchen  

      I can’t wait to geocache with my my daughter. I’m thinking that by next summer she’ll be ready and interested! Her aunt is really into it so I know we’ll have a good guide 🙂

      What is letterboxing? I’ve never heard of it!

  3. Street Smart

    Those are amazing ideas! I specially like the Music in the Part idea as it gives kids the chance to enjoy the part while listening to great music.