We combed the calendar and found things to do around Tucson for every day of winter break. Most are free or cheap.
Today's tip comes from my colleague Debbie Kornmiller, whose grand-dog recently moved in with her.
Here are some ideas on what to do with the kids this week.
Keep the kids entertained this week with these free and cheap ideas.
Get the kids out of the house with this list of free and cheap things to do.
Ott Family YMCA, 401 S. Prudence Road, is showing Wreck-It Ralph at its Dive-In movie tonight.
If you need flip-flops or just want to stock up for next year, Old Navy is having an awesome sale Saturday.
The Friends of the Pima County Public Library book sale will offer thousands of used books and DVD's at great prices this weekend.
There's a new app for iPhone called GatorLocator that allows fans to buy last minute event tickets with no transaction or delivery fees.
Michaels has a bunch of cool kids activities on the calendar for June.
McDonald's has introduced the Blueberry Pomegranate Smoothie just in time for summer, and we can get them for $1 today and tomorrow.
Get up to 60 pounds of produce for $10 at tomorrow's Market on the Move.
If you love art, but aren't necessarily artistic and can't afford to commission somebody who is, here is a really simple and inexpensive way to create paintings for your house.
The Drawing Studio, located on 33 S. Sixth Ave., is hosting a one day event called Try It Out, where you can take mini art classes.
If you need burlap sacks for the company picnic sack races, storage or home decor projects, you can find huge ones for $1.50 at Ace Hardware on 22nd Street and Kolb Road.
Going to the movies is expensive.
Looking for a cheap dinner tonight?
The Easter Bunny, aka mom and dad, don't have to spend a lot of money to have a fun holiday. Here are a few tips to make Easter a little bit cheaper.
If you haven't tried Market on the Move yet, you are missing out. You get up to 60 pounds of produce for $10. Good produce, too. If you have about 30 minutes, you should try it out.
Get up to 60 pounds of produce for a $10 donation tomorrow from 8 to 11 a.m. at the following locations: