100 Days of Christmas Savings: Day 38, Find Free Christmas Events

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100daysfreeOvercome the feeling that you have to spend tons of money to enjoy the Christmas season. Most communities have a great variety of Christmas events that you and your family can enjoy together. If you live in a secluded area, you may have to drive to your nearest metropolitan area to find a bigger selection of events.

To start, look at all the area schools. Lots of them have concerts, plays, and other Christmas-themed events. You may find a bake sale or craft sale too! Local attractions often host holiday events. Not all of them are free, but if you have a membership then you can usually get in at no cost. Look at places like zoos, aquariums, gardens, museums, and historical homes. A great bonus is that these events are usually spread out through November and December.

That will give you and your family plenty of time to get into the holiday spirit and learn more about your community.

If you have memberships at local places—the zoo, a children’s museum, or regular museum—keep an eye on their website for special Christmas events. Lots of places have member-only events that you and your family can enjoy. After all, they want you to renew your membership next year!

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