Frugal Friday: February 15
Get in shape with Olympic gold medalists, get kids clothes at a tremendous discount, give the kids a free creative outlet and enjoy a special event in honor of Black History Month.
Two famous Olympic gymnastics gold medalists are bringing a major event to Oklahoma City.
The couple, Nadia and Bart Conner, are trying to improve the fitness of Oklahomans with the annual Bart and Nadia Sports and Health Festival this weekend at the Cox Center.
Family can try a host of sports and activities like kayaking, tennis, archery, hockey gymnastics, basketball and lots of others.
Kids can also take the Perfect 10 Fitness Challenge and win their own gold medal.
Little ones growing like weeds? All the clothes making a dent in your wallet?
Why not check out the Just Between Friends children’s consignment sale in Norman starting Sunday?
From clothes to shoes to toys to even high chairs, they will have it at a tremendous discount at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds.
And if you can wait until next Friday, everything will be another 50 percent off.
If you’re looking for a creative outlet for the kids, head to Shawnee for the Mabee Gerrer’s free community art day.
Saturday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. the whole family can get involved in hands-on activities and create mixed media art with a museum expert.
You can also see the museum’s famous Egyptian collection, Renaissance art and other cultural artifacts.
In honor of Black History Month, you can see one the most revered heroines in American history at the Oklahoma History Center Thursday.
A live Harriet Tumban history re-enactor will tell you about her escape to freedom, her work on the Underground Railroad, being a nurse in the Army and her time as a spy.
The program is free but you should register in advance.
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