Veterans’ Day Frugal Friday
Veterans, we are honoring you this weekend with free and fun activities the whole family can enjoy.
Veterans, in appreciation for your service, attractions across the metro are letting you and your family in free.
The Grandison Inn at Maney Park Bed and Breakfast is letting vets stay for free Sunday.
Sunday at the OKC Zoo, all active duty, active reserves, retirees and up to five guests get in free.
The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum is giving vets and up to six family members free admission Sunday.
Also, don’t miss the Verterans’ Day Parades.
45th Infantry Division Museum’s patriotic ceremony begins at 10 a.m. Saturday and features guest speakers, a helicopter flyover and massing of the colors.
The Veterans’ Day parade in Blanchard starts at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Looking for something a little out of the ordinary this weekend?
Check out Alpacas of Oklahoma A-OK Blast Off Show through Sunday.
Everyone gets in free at the Lazy E Arena where you’ll see just about everything you can do with Alpaca fur.
Expect children’s activities, weaving, soap felting, even make Alpaca fiber dolls.
If you’re looking to make the most of the last few days of this glorious weather, head to Guthrie.
Saturday enjoy a leisurely evening at Guthrie’s Art Walk.
From 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. stroll through the art galleries downtown in one of Oklahoma’s most noted historic districts.
See works from local and national artists and take in other live entertainment on the bricks all evening.
Tails of Cats and Dogs at Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art
Enjoy art and help homeless animals at the same time in Shawnee this weekend.
You can check out the art, enjoy refreshments and maybe find a new best friend at the adoption fair.
Donate a pet product like dog food or kitty litter at the and you’ll get free admission until Nov. 25.
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