Frugal Friday: 4-legged friends, free film event, free health clinic
Need to see a doctor but the cost has been keeping you away? Or are you looking for a new furry friend but just can’t afford the fees? Then this weekend is full of frugal finds for you.
Movie buff or not, head downtown for the Premiere on Film Row until 9 p.m. Friday.
The newest monthly street festival is family-and-pet-friendly.
It’s free to enjoy the film screenings, live music and art exhibitions.
Also a food truck or two could stop by so why not make it dinner and movie?
Friday’s fun focuses on films with Oklahoma ties.
Has the hefty price tag been keeping you from taking care of your back problems and other health issues?
This weekend is your chance to see the doc. For free.
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., you can see a chiropractor, get your cholesterol, glucose and bone density tested, get free immunizations for the kids and find out about free mammograms.
The 7th Annual Free Health Fair is at the New Hope United Methodist Church on Council Rd.
Put on your PJs and head to the Cental Oklahoma Humane Society’s Midnight Woofness Pajama Party to find your new best friend.
Saturday at midnight you can take your pick from more than 200 cats and dogs.
Adoption fees normally run over $100 but at this party, just $25 stand between you and your new companion.
Also take advantage of the carnival with door prizes, a moon bounce, food trucks and they will be screening a movie in the parking lot.
Bee Keeping 101 – Myriad Gardens
Looking for a new hobby that’s good for you and the environment?
How about bee keeping?
Come see what all the buzz is about at the Myriad Gardens Saturday afternoon.
Check out Bee Keeping 101 starting at 3 p.m. at the Crystal Bridge.
It’s free for honey hunters to learn how to hone the hive.
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