Frugal Friday April 27

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If you like free festivals, this is your weekend. Check out art, music, food and even some four-legged friends across the state all for one low price, FREE!

Normal Music Festival

First, start off festival season with the Norman Music Festival.
It's free to watch bands play from Friday until late into the night Saturday in downtown Norman.
See groups playing at over 20 different venues while enjoying local food a beverages.

Festival of the Arts

Entertain your eyes and your taste buds at the Festival of the Arts downtown this weekend.
Head the Myriad Botanical Gardens through Sunday to see original works from dozens of artists, enjoy the tastes and scents of all the delicious food and be sure to catch all the live entertainment.
You can afford to bring the whole family, admission is free.

City Earth Month Waste Collection

OKC residents, you can dump your unwanted junk for free at the State Fairgrounds Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
As part of Earth Month, the city is collecting unwanted ammunition, computers, tires and prescription drugs.
You don't have to get out of your car, they will do the heavy-lifting for you.
Live in OKC? Just bring your water bill to prove residency.
Syringes, liquids, tire rims and wheels will not be accepted.

Black and White Furball

If you’re in the market for a dog or cat, the Black and White Furball might just be the place to find one.
Black and white dogs and cats will be available for adoption at the Animal Resource Center Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Also enjoy the live music, BBQ, a petting zoo with adoptable animals, pet portraits, and even an appearance by the Oklahoma City Tornado Alley Rollergirls.

Free Public Star Gazing 

The Oklahoma City Astronomy Club is hosting a free public star gazing at Lake Hefner Saturday night to celebrate International Astronomy Day.
Head to Windsurfer’s Point on the northeastern shores of the lake.
Peer through large and small telescopes as you watch the sun set and then see Saturn, Mars, constellations and far off galaxies.