Music, portraits and food for Free Stuff Friday

November 20, 2009 4:06:50 PM PST
For this free stuff Friday, there's a free concert, a free portrait session for law enforcement officers and, as always, free food. For this free stuff Friday, there's a free concert, a free portrait session for law enforcement officers and, as always, free food. It's a big celebration at the Tomball Chick-fil-a tonight! The store is celebrating its fifth year in business and all children will receive a free kid's meal. There's free cake for the whole family.

At the Highway 249/Jones Road Chick-fil-a next Tuesday and Wednesday if you purchase a large shake, you'll get a free box of eight count chicken nuggets. This offer is good from 2:00 to 5:30.

Here's more free food! If you're on Facebook, be sure to become a fan of Outback Steakhouse. The first 500,000 fans who join will get a coupon for a free bloomin' onion.

Next Tuesday, November 24, there's a free community wide concert at the House of Blues. The purpose of the concert is to raise the awareness about the impact of poverty on families in Houston. Houston's hottest young talent in rock, rhythm and blues, and soul will perform! The address is 1204 Caroline near Dallas in downtown Houston.

The owners of Nolan Conley Photography in Spring want to thank law enforcement officer in both Harris and Montgomery counties, so the business is offering a family portrait session and the high resolution digital files for free. Call 281-320-8644 to book an appointment.

Lowes is hosting a free build and grow clinic for kids tomorrow from 10-11. Kids can build a snowman. Supplies are included. Just sign up online.


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