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9 Free Things to Do This Spring

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Visit Monuments


Is your older kid a history buff? Almost every city and town has a monument commemorating a historical event. Now that the weather is nicer, take a walk and see what you can learn about your hometown. While you're at it, check out your town's historical society. Historical manuscripts and artifacts are often made available to the public for free, and some societies also hold informational seminars or tours.

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