Replay of our live chat: Free and cheap kids’ activities

UPDATE:

Miss our live video chat with Sue Rodman, author of “100+ Free & Cheap Things to do in Atlanta with Kids”?

Here’s a replay:

PREVIOUSLY:

Looking for ways to entertain the kids now that school’s out?

Welcome to our live video chat with Sue Rodman, author of “100+ Free & Cheap Things to do in Atlanta with Kids.” You can also check out her website, Field Trips with Sue.

Sue will give us tips on where to take children of all ages for free and cheap this summer. To ask Sue questions on the Atlanta Bargain Hunter blog, use your Facebook login to enter the chat.

Don’t have a Facebook login to use during the chat? Leave a comment below on this blog if you’d like our moderator to post it for you.

– By Lauren Davidson, Atlanta Bargain Hunter

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paul

May 15th, 2012
1:57 am

Movies in the Park(TM) has over a dozen free outdoor movie events around Atlanta. Its more than an outdoor movie event, there are free activities before the movie including a clown circus show. http://Www.GaMoviesInThePark.com

Lauren Davidson

May 15th, 2012
10:59 am

Thanks, Paul. These are listed as part of the free outdoor movie list for the Atlanta area.

john

May 16th, 2012
11:23 am

Parents should check out all the library programs throughout metro Atlanta for children during the summer. They are all free and anyone can attend. You don’t have to be a library card holder but getting a library card for you child and having them participate in the Vacation Reading Program will help them keep up there reading skills during the summer. And they can enter to win prizes in most metro library systems if they participate. Again, it’s all free

john

May 16th, 2012
11:25 am