May 24 will be the first free Saturday for Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Museum of Natural History and Western Reserve Historical Society
Saturday will be an excellent day to gather up the family and head over to Wade Oval and catch up on what’s happening at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Museum of Art and the Western Reserve Historical Society.
Why this Saturday? Because from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., admission to all four educational and entertainment gems is free.
The free day is officially billed as Cleveland Foundation Day on Wade Oval. The foundation is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, and every month through December, the organization is presenting the community with a gift.
So bring your family and friends down to enjoy the free gift given to all!
My daughters have attended the SEMAA, (Science, Engineering, Mathematics Aerospace Academy) summer camp for the past 2 years and have loved it. This camp is sponsored by NASA. The kids are able to performed science experiments, study our solar system and even ecosystems all on a college campus. It runs for one week, July 7-11 @ The Tri-C campuses. YOU MUST BRING YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATIONS INTO THE OFFICE! THEY CAN’T BE FAXED OR MAILED!!! I have attached the link for the application above. If you have questions or need more information please contact Director, Lori Scott . The deadline is May 29, 2014. So hurry, the space is on a first come, first serve basis.
Free Comic Book Day, is an annual promotional effort by the North American comic book industry to help bring new readers into independent comic book stores. Free Comic Book Day started in 2002 and is coordinated by the industry’s single largest distributor, Diamond Comic Distributors.
Free Comic Book Day is a single day – the first Saturday in May each year – when participating comic book shops across North America and around the world give away comic books absolutely FREE* to anyone who comes into their stores. *Check with your local comic book shop for their participation and rules.
I’ve never run into any restrictions, except maybe on number of copies. But it’s fully expected that you’ll grab at least one of each. Also, it isn’t just free random comics. The comics that are free are specially made for that day, which includes a lot of indie stuff, and stuff from major publishers.
So the consensus is different…some comic book stores require you to buy one to get one free and others give as many as 3 free comic books per customer. Please check out the link above and contact your local retailer to find out what their specific rules are.
HAPPY FRRREEEE HUNTING!
Artist, Jim Lee, holding up a copy of DC Comics: The new 52 FCBD Special Edition, which was published specifically for Free Comic Book Day in 2012.