Freebie Fridays – Things To Do Around Arkansas For No Money At All

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    Welcome to Friday! The weekend is just about here! We have got some great things that you can do today that won’t cost you a thing. We know you are anxiously awaiting the weekend like we are, so here is the best way to keep your money in the pocket until the weekend hits.

    In today’s installment of Dollars & Sense we are focusing on the state of Arkansas. Check it out below.

    Visit The Battle Colors of Arkansas Exhibit

    The Old State House Museum hosts its second exhibit to commemorate the sesquicentennial of the Civil War on May 4, 2012 to February 1, 2013. Battle Colors of Arkansas will show visitors the varied roles Arkansans served in the American Civil War. Two newly acquired flags will be shown to the public for the first time in Battle Colors of Arkansas, a result of conservation efforts supported by A Save America’s Treasure’s Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and private donations.

    Address:    

    Old State House Museum

    300 W. Markham St.

    Little Rock, AR 72201
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    Visit The 30th Annual Arkansas Senior Olympic Games

    Competition recreational and athletic events for ages 45 and up. Team sport, archery, badminton, bowling, golf, basketball, cycling, horseshoes, race-walks, road race, racquet ball, airgun, shuffleboard, swimming, table tennis, tennis, track & field, recreational bean bag, baseball, skipbo, scrabble, weight lifting, eight ball, pickle ball and more.

    Address:

    Kimery Park

    Hot Springs, AR 71901
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    Financial Tip Of The Day

    Drink More Water.
    Not only does drinking plenty of water have great health benefits, water drinking has financial benefits, too. Drink a big glass of water before each meal, and not only will you digest it better, you won’t eat as much, saving on the ol’ food bill. You’ll also find yourself feeling a bit better as you begin to get adequately hydrated. A little known fact is that most Americans are perpetually somewhat dehydrated, so it will help you fit right in while in Milan.

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