Earth Day (April 22nd) is a great day to appreciate and celebrate our beautiful planet, but it's also a day to take advantage of some really great freebies. Here are some of the free things we found that will be available on and around Earth Day this year:
Free Coffee at Caribou Coffee
Bring in a reusable mug or tumbler to your local Caribou Coffee location and get rewarded with a free cup of coffee on Earth Day, April 22nd.
Free Packet of Seeds from Pottery Barn Kids:
Celebrate Earth Day in Pottery Barn stores by picking up a free packet of seeds for your kids to plant. Pick up your free packet anytime (while supplies last) from April 20-22.
Free Organic Milkshake at EVOS:
Head into your local EVOS on April 22nd and score a free Organic milkshake to celebrate Earth Day.
Free Entrance to All National Parks:
You can actually score free admission to any of the National Parks through National Park Week (April 22-26). Find a park near you and celebrate the warmer weather by exploring outside!
Free Organic Items and Reusable Bags at Wegmans
Wegmans locations will be celebrating Earth Day on Saturday, April 20. Stop by their stations between 11am and 3pm to sample some Wegmans Brand Organic food items for free. Also, the first 300 customers who bring in clean plastic bags on Saturday can exchange them for a free reusable bag.
Reusable Bag from Target:
On Sunday, April 21, head to the Guest Service desk at your local Target to claim your free reusable bag. One bag per shopper.
Free T-Shirt Upcycling Class at Michaels
Go to your local Michaels craft store on Saturday, April 20 from 1pm-3pm for a free class on how to turn your old T-shirts into trendy, fashionable accessories.
Free Packet of Tomato Seeds from Lowe's:
Head into Lowe's on April 22nd and score a free packet of tomato seeds for your garden.
Everybody tells me that they would love to knit, but they don't have time. I look at people's lives and I can see opportunity and time for knitting all over the place. The time spent riding the bus each day? That's a pair of socks over a month. Waiting in line? Mittens. Watching TV? Buckets of wasted time that could be an exquisite lace shawl. ~Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, At Knit's End: Meditations for Women Who Knit Too Much
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