Museum Day is Back!
Click on the link to the Right and get Free Museum Passes to the museum of your choice! Museum Day is not until September 29, but the tickets go fast, so watch the Smithsonian website for your chance.
In addition to Museum Day, several Arizona libraries are handing out Culture Passes. A Culture Pass gives you admission for four to a local museum such as the Phoenix Zoo, Science Center, Children's Museum and more...To get a Culture Pass you need to visit your local library. There are approximately 65 passes available at any given time. Use your current library card to check out a Culture Pass to the museum of your choice and you will have 7 days to use it.
More Museum Freebies.....
Phoenix Children's Museum is giving away free admission every First Friday from 6pm - 10 pm. Before you pack up the care, call ahead just to be sure.
The Heard Museum of Phoenix is giving away free admission on the 2nd Sunday of every month. Again, call ahead just to make sure.
How I became Considering frugal
Fueled by the growing list of pollution related allergies my family suffered from each day, and inspired by my 97 year old grandmother who could recycle ANYTHING before recycling was cool, back in 2011, I decided (in the spirit of the Julie/Julia Project...) to embark on a journey to see just how much one family could do to change our planet. I didn't consult any other parties before I launched this idea. Thankfully my husband, daughter and son are usually my biggest supporters. Here is the catch; as I'm normally very thrifty (you can note from early blog posts), I was looking for ways that I could reduce our carbon footprint and make socially responsible purchases without increasing our spending. Mmmmmm. We succeed in changing some of our habits a bit and finding ways to reduce our footprint. There were lots of fun epic fails alone the way too! But the biggest change we have made over the course of the last six years, was to move from the mega city of Phoenix to Wyoming. You can read my full bio on my About Me page.
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