02 July 2014

Finding Free and Inexpensive Things to Do


Free and inexpensive activities are easier to find than you think. The local newspaper will be your friend when you're looking for things to enjoy.

In nearly every paper there are listings of upcoming community events and activities. Nearly every day there will be some kind of street festival, movie night, parade or other free activities in your surrounding neighbourhood. Take advantage of these events!

Keep up with your local news station. You'll hear about other big events in your city. Of course, you can also search the Internet for activities.

Using your creativity is important as well. Picnics in the park and walks along the beach to hunt for shells aren't advertised and are often forgotten forms of entertainment. So are quiet strolls around hiking trails or a day at a nature preserve or animal sanctuary.

All of these kinds of activities can be very rewarding for just about everyone in your family and they can get you thinking about other activities you'd like to try.

Even if you live in a small or rural area, don't give up on finding fun things to do on a budget. Camp out in your backyard or have a movie night where you rent some movies and make popcorn. Plus, there are always family get-togethers, day-trips, board games and other fun activities to keep you busy.

The most important thing is that you spend some enjoyable time with the people you love. How little money you spend won't matter in the long run, but the memories will be cherished forever!

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