Frugal Friday: Sept. 14
This weekend’s frugal finds will have you flying through the air with the greatest of ease, attending a fairy ball, helping you put your best face forward and stay a little healthier.
Want to experience the airport without all the security measures and hassle?
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. you can tour the control tower, check out the aircraft, fly remote control airplanes and lots more in the children’s area.
Admission and parking are free.
If dancing with some mythical and magical creatures sounds like a good time, head to the Fairy Ball on Paseo Saturday.
The free evening will be held indoors this year because of the rain.
Starting at 7 p.m. the young and the young at heart will descend on the arts district dressed up as characters from enchanted gardens.
Expect flower crowns, face painting, original music, dancing, and of course, fairy magic!
It’s free and open to all.
This year, the Fairy Ball activities will take place indoors, in four different Paseo galleries and businesses:
- StarDance Swan theatre (3022 Paseo)
- Paseo Arts Association (also 3022 Paseo)
- Rainbow Fleet (3024 Paseo)
- Paseo Pottery (3017 Paseo)
And a little something for the men in your life…
Integris is offering free men’s health checks, cancer screenings and lunch at Crossroads Mall Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.
At Men’s Health University, don’t miss the door prizes, giveaways and other manly fun in the tailgate atmosphere.
It’s held in conjunction with the South OKC Chamber of Commerce Tailgate Party Trade Show.
Appointments are required for cancer screenings.
To reserve your spot, call the INTEGRIS HealthLine at (405) 951-2277.
Men, looking to put your best face forward?
Ladies, are you looking to help him in the grooming department?
If you’re heading to the Oklahoma State Fair, you’re in luck.
They are on the lookout for guys with the best scruff to represent at the Wahl Man of Oklahoma City.
That lucky man will go on to compete for the coveted 2012 Wahl Man of the Year.
Think you have what it takes?
Stop by their booth at the State Fair through Sunday.
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