November 23, 2010

Knoxville Coupon Bloggers: Kid Friendly Events and Activities Around Town

As I’ve mentioned, I recently had the pleasure of meeting for lunch with some of the local coupon bloggers in our area.  We are banning together to bring you some of the best ways to save your family money this holiday season.  Stay tuned now through December to hear some of the best tips and ways to save from Adventures in MomvilleBlue Frog Creations, Coupon Katie, Coupon Mommie, Coupons Are Money, Frugalissa Finds, Frugally Farming Family, Knoxmoms.comKnoxville MamabelleKnoxville on a Dime, Sharing Savings with You, and me/Couponing in Critical Times. 

If you missed the post from Melissa of Frugalissa Finds about Black Friday you can see that HERE.  You can check out the online shopping post from Kathryn of Knoxville on a Dime for some great tips in preparing for Cyber Monday.

Today’s post comes from Ali of Knoxmoms.com and it covers free holiday events and activities for families in the Knox County area.  I was excited to see this list because our daughter is now older and better able to enjoy all of these.  What are your favorite ways to celebrate around town?

Ali also reminded me to not forget the Fantasy of Trees tomorrow. Caregivers/parents of small children get in for half price if they arrive in the morning between 9am and 12pm  on Wednesday November 24th. There is a dedicated area for Tinsel Time for Moms and Tots and usually lots of freebies. There's also a big free indoor play area and lots of other inexpensive activities. Be sure to arrive early to beat the crowds!

And if that weren’t enough, she also has a chance for you to win free tickets to the Appalachian Ballet Company's Nutcracker (it is a double pass).  Leave a comment with your email address to sign up for a chance to win!  If we don’t win, I hope that one of you do!!

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