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I love free stuff! Or living large while spending little!

So here are some upcoming events for Canadians:

FREE OUTDOOR MOVIES this weekend for Williams Lake Folks:
Friday/Saturday May 29/30
DRIVE-IN
Sunset Time: 21:15
Movie 29th: ET
Movie 30th: American Graffiti
Location: Williams Lake Stampede Park (800 McKenzie Ave South)
Courtesy of FreshAir Cinema

CLUB FATASS is a misnomer! It’s a free runners’ club by the people, for the people. If there isn’t one in your community, you can start one with a little free help from the Club Fatass folks.

It’s DAY THREE of Staples’ 5 DAYS OF DEALS. Today’s deals include leather executive chairs, Notebook PC, Digital Frames and more.

Montreal – looks like you’re having a massive TOMMY HILFIGER SALE over the next two weeks. Time to get some great jeans!

Edmontonians, you’ve got a brand new FARMERS’ MARKET to visit. Fresh baked goods. Fresh Produce. Atisans.
Thursdays, 2 – 7pm.
93rd Street and 118th Ave.
Shop away!

The Regina LADIES CHOIR TEA MUSICAL is having their final concert (presumably of the season) on Sunday – only $12!

And for those of you preferring to hang out at home, Knowledge Network almost always has something of interest to watch. Check out their weekend lineup, which includes a documentary on Ansel Adams.

Me? I’m looking forward to Yellowknife’s first ever YKTweetup at (still unwired, but we love it anyways) Javaroma cafe.

Freebie #1:  Seth Godin’s “Tribes” is available to download from audible.com.   I’m an audible subscriber – have been for a couple years now – and give them two big thumbs up (in other words, you can feel comfortable downloading – they’re legit).  You may need to register with them.  I doubt they’ll annoy you with e-mails, but maybe use your yahoo address.

Freebie #2:   Free Concerts

a.  Pacific Baroque Orchestra:  Bach, Mozart & Friends (a kid-friendly event).   Friday, 19 Dec., 7:30pm.  St. James Anglican Church (Gore & Cordova)

b. Vancouver Cantata Singers:  A Christmas Reprise.  Sunday, 21 Dec., 2pm.  St. James Anglican Church (see above).

Nearly Freebie #3:  Women’s Diesel Jeans $50 across the board

Greetings Vancouver readers and visitors!   It’s a dark, closed-in time of the year, but there are loads of spirit-lifting activities that are free or inexpensive, as we approach Christmas.

Here are a few:

1.  The Rogers Santa Clause Parade is this Sunday, 1pm  Cost: free

2.  The Vancouver Chamber Choir is presenting Handel’s Messiah Dec. 12th and 13th.  Lowest price tickets are $21, but if you care to take the chance, they can also be had at half-price the day of the concert, from TicketsTonite.

3.  Free Concert:  Pacific Baroque Orchestra’s  “Bach, Mozart and Friends”  dress reheasal at St. James Anglican Church Friday Dec. 18, 8pm (I need to confirm the time).

4.  Philosopher’s Cafe @Unitarian Centre “The Gifting Dilemma”  $5  I haven’t been to one of these in a while, but usually they are exceptionally interesting conversations and well worth the $5.

5.  And for you gingerbread house fans there’s always the Guinsess  Book of World Records Gingergread Lane at the Hyatt Regency.       (or you can do the Pivot Legal Society edition instead!)

Readers:  I know there’s tons more going on.  If you have something to add, please do!

The “Tooth Fairy” set sale!

toys|linens|dishware|furniture|warehouse shelving|surprises

Dec 1 & 2, 9am – 5pm

Mammoth Film Studio

2882 Underhill

Burnaby (entrance off Underhill Ave)

This Freebie Intel brought to you by Steve 🙂

HARMONY ACTIVE WEAR
(clothing for real-sized women)

Warehouse Sale

This Coming Thursday and Friday November 13 & 14th

11 am to 6 pm
Fashion Exchange Building
1951 Glen Drive #131, Vancouver
(Off Terminal Avenue, beside the home Depot)
And male model needed for free haircut!

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