This weekend is the very first U.S. National Park free admission weekend of 2012. It runs Saturday, January 14 through Monday, January 16. That's free admission to every national park in the country, including the sixteen nationally designated areas here in Colorado. You do have to pay for additional activities and camping in the parks.
You can keep the fun indoors with a kid's movie pass offered by Blockbuster. The "Camp WannaWatchaMovie" promotion gives you unlimited rentals for four weeks for just $4.99. You can keep one movie at a time, and you can choose from any selection in the kids and family section. You can also buy passes for six months or one year, which offer an even better value.
IKEA is holding its first ever "BYOF" or "Bring Your Own Friends" event on Saturday, January 14. Enjoy a free breakfast, special savings, and your chance at gift card giveaways throughout the day. Simply "like" IKEA's Facebook page, RSVP, then grab your friends and go.
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Your entire household can enjoy celebrate the Chinese New Year at a free "Family Adventure Day" on Saturday , January 14. It's from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Bemis School of Art, at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Learn the characteristics associated with dragons and special activities including: building with clay, crafting dragon accordion puppets, and drawing dragons using pastels and different types of paints. Don't miss the free, docent-led tour of the FAC galleries at 12:30 p.m.
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