A Labor Day Frugal Friday
Catch a car show, an arts festival, a free live concert, a free county fair and free way to ensure everyone gets home safe this Labor Day weekend.
Looking to beef up your basketball skills? How about for free?
Saturday The Shock Basketball Academy is hosting a skills camp free of charge.
Boys and girls in grades three through eight are invited to the Lighthouse Fitness Center (3333 W. Hefner Rd.) for the camp from 9 a.m. to noon.
Register before 8 a.m. Saturday at www.sbabasketball.net or call (405) 816-4667.
What better than a few hot rods to celebrate Labor Day?
Car lovers, head to Mustang’s Wild Horse Park for the Mustang Grand National Car Show Saturday, it’s free.
You and the family can enjoy the timeless designs of one of the most iconic cars ever made.
Expect door prizes, music, games and food.
Enjoy top quality original fine art and crafts at the annual Arts Festival Oklahoma Saturday through Monday.
Kids, don’t miss the Children’s Activity Tent with a magician, a giant sand box and hands on art activities.
The live entertainment is sure to please with a jazz ensemble, Edgar Cruz and even the Oklahoma City Philharmonic.
Admission is free but parking will cost you $5.
Head to Purcell for the family-friendly Loose Caboose Antique and Craft Festival tomorrow Saturday.
Held on the sidewalks of Main Street, you’ll find food, wine, music, arts, crafts, antiques and collectibles starting at 9 a.m.
The festival will wind down around 4 p.m. but the shops will stay open past 5 p.m. so you can snag those last-minute deals.
If you’re in the mood for a carnival, check out the Payne County Fair in Stillwater Saturday.
It features livestock shows, agricultural exhibits, carnival rides, games, a tractor pull and the delicious fair food.
AAA Tipsy Tow
To make sure everyone gets home safely, AAA is offering their Tipsy Tow service free of charge this Labor Day weekend.
They will tow your car and up to two people home.
This service is free for members and non-members.
Call (800) AAA-HELP and ask for Tipsy Tow.
The service begins at 6 p.m. Friday and runs until 2 a.m. Tuesday.
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