Get Financially Fit! | Free Fun: Part 2

Posted: July 15, 2016

Free fun part 2

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? How about something to do for FREE?

Trent Hamm, writer on his website, TheSimpleDollar.com, shares with us 102 Things to Do for Free.

1. Check out the community calendar.
Look at your town’s website (as well as those of cities and towns nearby) or stop by city hall to find a list of events going on in the community, many of which are free. You’ll often be surprised at how many interesting (and free) activities are going on right now in your area.

2. Visit your local library.
Not only is a library a warehouse of books, most libraries also have extensive CD and DVD collections you can check out. Many libraries also have “story time” for young children, film nights, book clubs, concerts, author readings or lectures, and many other events that you may be unaware of – completely for free. Stop in and check out what they have to offer.

3. Get involved in community sports.
Many towns have community sports fields where both youth and adult sports leagues and activities are regularly going on throughout the weekend. Stop by, watch a game or two, and if something intrigues you, look into joining either as a participant or as a volunteer.

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