Goodies for mothers in Free Stuff Friday

April 30, 2010 3:59:18 PM PDT
Mother's Day is next weekend and in honor of mothers everywhere, we have a couple of freebies, starting with a free day at the museum for the entire family. Head over to the Houston Museum of Natural Science all day Saturday because it's free! Kraft Lunchables is providing families from Houston free admission Saturday from 9am to 5pm as part of the "Field Trips for All" program. The Houston Museum of Natural Science is one of five museums nationwide to receive a donation of $15,000 worth of tickets. Don't forget every Tuesday the permanent exhibit halls are free to the public from 2 to 8pm.

Thanks to HoustonOnTheCheap.com for this next deal. In honor of mothers during the month of May, Mountasia Houston wants to give moms a big thanks! All day long moms have free access to miniature golf, go karts, bumper boats and so much more. Mountasia Houston is located in northwest Houston off Highway 290.

If you love cooking and would love to learn more, Williams-Sonoma offers free technique classes on Sundays. Classes include how-to demonstrations, innovative recipes and delicious samples.

  • May 2 - Learn how to cook with copper
  • May 16 - Learn how to braise on the backyard grill
  • May 23 - How to create the perfect burger

  • Space is limited, so call your local Williams-Sonoma store to reserve your spot. There are three Houston area Williams-Sonoma locations.

    Here's a great gift for mom. Michael's craft stores have a bead event and whatever you make you get to take home with you for free! The workshop is Saturday from 1 to 3pm. Learn how to make gem earrings and a glass bead bracelet. Check your local Michaels for details. The deal is good while supplies last.

    If you love Disney music, then you are going to love this next deal. Walt Disney Records is giving away a song a day for 50 days just for being a fan! Become a fan on Facebook, follow on Twitter or text "Disney" to 66937 to get download your free song. The songs are going to cover the extensive Walt Disney records catalog from classic animated films such as "Aladdin," and "Bambi" to hit Disney Channel series such as "Hannah Montana," and "Mickey Mouse Club House." The free downloads begin May 3. You must be 13 years of age and older and get your parents' permission. Don't forget message and data rates apply.

    Disney is the parent company of ABC13


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