Today’s the last day for CVS Pharmacy‘s offer of $10 in free gas when you buy $30 or more of select products. The products include Scott towels, Huggies diapers, Nestle’s bottle water and Cottonelle toilet paper.
Hudson and the HooDoo Cats will play at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2011, at Ryan Hummert Memorial Park at Sutton Boulevard and Lyndover Place, Maplewood.
The band is a a JitterbugaBilly band that focuses on swingin’ shufflin’ blues, ’50′s rock and roll, rockabilly and medium tempo dance music such as West Coast, Lindy Hop and Imperial.
The Maplewood Community Betterment Foundation will sell refreshments at the concert.
They start you off with three fluffy buttermilk cakes and then deliver them hot two at a time until you reach your max.
This weekend you can participate in The Missouri Black Expo, the largest African American Empowerment event in Missouri where hundreds of local and regional African-American entrepreneurs showcase their businesses.
The Missouri Black Expo is billed as “A 20 Year Celebration of Hope.”
In addition to exhibits by area agencies and major corporations, artists and musicians will perform.
Performers include Johnny Gill, Kurtis Blow, Shawn McLemore, Earnest Pugh and Huey as well as the MBE Gospel Choir Explosion featuring Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church and Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
The MBE Literary Corner will feature Literary Corner featuring Toya Carter, Tanya Wright, Deborah Gregory, Farrah Gray, Tony Johnson, Keli Goff and Patrick Shaffer.
Free health screenings will be available.
Admission is $6. Children six and under are free.
From 4-10 p.m. during August kids eat free at IHOP with the purchase on an adult entree.
Kids must order from the “Just For Kids” menu. The deal is for dine-in only. No coupon is required.
IHOP has joined Kids LiveWell in the restaurant industry’s efforts to provide more healthful menu choices for children and families. According to a news release: Kids LiveWell is a new, nationwide initiative created by the National Restaurant Association in collaboration with HealthyDiningFinder.com to provide parents and children with a growing selection of healthful menu options when dining out.
Thanks to Teresa at Miami FL on the Cheap for the tip.
Sappington Farmer’s Market is having an August Sampling Sale with free samples and prizes.
The store also has a coupon for $7 off a purchase of $30 or more. There’s a limit of one coupon per family per visit and it cannot be used with any other coupon or offer. The coupon excludes fresh milk, gift certificates, liquor and all case goods.
The sampling event is from noon to 5 p.m. The coupon is good all day.
The market is also offering its own rewards program, sort of a frequent shopper program. You can earn points for shopping in the market and redeem them for free or discounted products. They’ll give you 200 bonus points just for signing up. The program is free.
Sappington Farmer’s Market is in the General Grant Shopping Center, 8400 Watson Road.
Now at Papa John’s you can get any large pizza–including specialties–for $11 at participating restaurants. Use the promo code F819ANY. This deal is not good with other coupons or discounts. Delivery fee may apply.
You can also get Papa Johns’ new double layered premium pepperoni pizza (large) for $10. No coupon is necessary.
Earn a free pizza in Papa John’s Rewards program. Sign up at email@example.com.