Author: Donna Wylie

Father’s Day 2017 – Free Fun & Food in Phoenix, AZ

Father’s Day – Phoenix, Arizona – June 17, 2017 Free Admission for Dad, with child’s paid admission: Desert Botanical Garden – 1201 N. Galvin Pkwy; Phoenix; Flashlight Tours; Saturday 7-9:30 pm   Father’s Day – Phoenix, Arizona – June 18, 2017 ENTERTAINMENT: Free Admission for Dad, with child’s paid admission: Chandler Pools – All pools except Folley Pool Children’s Museum of Phoenix – 215 N. 7th St; Phoenix; Sunday 9 am – 4 p Dave & Busters – 9460 W. Hanna Ln; Glendale; 11 am – midnight; free unlimited video game play.    i.d.e.a. Museum – 150 W. Pepper Place;...

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Volunteer in Gilbert, AZ – Bathe a Clydesdale Horse

Are you looking to volunteer in Gilbert, Arizona? Do you love big horses? You’re in luck! Gilbert, Arizona is home to the non-profit organization, USA Clydesdale Preservation Foundation and they can always use volunteers. Six Clydesdales reside at the foundation headquarters in Gilbert, Arizona. Each horse gets bathed two times a month, on the second and fourth Saturday. It’s a big job, literally! Each horse weighs between 1500-1800 pounds and stands 16 – 17 hands high at the withers (what you might think of as the shoulder of the animal). For those unfamiliar with the term “hand”, it’s a...

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Phoenix area free Events June 12-18

Phoenix area fun and summer are both heating up! Looking for some free fun in the Valley of the Sun? We’ve got you covered! Here are some Phoenix area events for the upcoming week, including free concerts, wine tastings, art walks and yoga. And that’s not all!  Click on the links to learn more details. Then get out there and have some fun! Know of an event we don’t have listed? Leave it in the comments or send us an email. MALL MUSIC  Desert Ridge Marketplace; 21001 N. Tatum Blvd; Phoenix;  Friday, June 16 – Concerts: District Stage, 7-10pm;...

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Fast, Easy, & Nutritious Breakfast? Eggs-actly What I’m Looking For!

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gives us a good start and fuels our body for what’s coming.  In the old days, farmers traditionally started their day with a hearty breakfast that included eggs, meat, and potatoes. I once knew a farmer whose family ate meals in what most people  would consider “reverse order.” They ate their largest meal at breakfast and their lightest meal in the evening. Science actually supports this manner of eating, agreeing that having a large meal in the evening is bad for both our digestion and our waistlines....

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Freebies & Samples Vol 2

Some of the free food and samples from the emails I received this week from Freesamples.org. NOTE: Be aware that some free offers get canceled by the company after receiving a maximum number of responses, so act fast if you see something you want. Also, I found one or two links that went to a website but had no free samples that I could find. Also, one link was flagged by my anti-virus as being unsafe. If this happens to you, Do NOT proceed to the site! Your anti-virus is there for a reason. (If you Don’t have an...

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The Last Laugh - Think murder isn't funny? Someone thinks it is. Join detective Fitzhugh and his beautiful partner, detective Lynn Kelly, as they try to figure out the punchline before more comedians die.
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