Debbie’s Deals: Chick fil-A Cow Appreciation Day, Rafting BOGO, Slurpees, Children’s Museum, more

It’s time for the latest freebies, deals and coupons. As always, these deals can and do expire quickly. And you should call ahead, because most deals are at participating locations only.

Free entree at Chick fil-A

Tuesday is Cow Appreciation Day at Chick fil-A and you get the deal. Wear anything “cow-like” and adults get a free entree and kids get a free kids meal. Don’t have anything cow-like? No worries. Get a black marker, a blank piece of paper and draw some black spots. Cut them out and put them on your short or belt and suddenly you have something cow-like.

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Museums offer military discount

The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites continue to honor America’s service men and women by participating in the Blue Star Museum program.

The program provides free admission to any active service military, including National Guard and Reserve, and up to five family members. The discount is valid between Memorial Day and Labor Day 2017 and is accepted at the Indiana State Museum and its 11 Historic Sites across the state.

 “We are honored to be participating in the Blue Star Museum program and offer free admission to service members,” said Katelyn Coyne, gallery and public programs developer for the museum.

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1st director of Wyoming museum was a wild adventurer, well-known Western art scholar – Casper Star

Harold McCracken may have been thin and resembled a scholar, but he was actually an avid adventurer and hunter in Alaska, as well as a one-time biplane stunt cinematographer.

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Pensacola Museum of Art launches discounted evening hours

The University of West Florida Historic Trust announced the Pensacola Museum of Art is now open until 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Tickets purchased from 5-7 p.m. are $5 for adults and $3 for children ages 3-14. Tickets to the museum are also $5 for adults and $3 for children from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday.

“Our Sunday hours have been quite popular,” said Robert Overton, Jr., executive director of the UWF Historic Trust. “We feel these discounted evening hours will give greater access to locals and visitors alike.”

The museum is located at 407 S. Jefferson Street in downtown

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Children’s Museum offers discounted admission, ‘Low Tech Invention Lab’ July 7

On Friday, July 7, join the Terre Haute Children’s Museum as its celebrates First Friday with discounted admission and a “Low Tech Invention Lab.”

The museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, and, because it is the first Friday of the month, museum admission will be discounted to $5 per person, age 2 and up, all day.

In addition, the theme for the July First Friday is a celebration of the invention of the contour Coke bottle, so from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the museum will host a “Low Tech Invention Lab” where young inventors will

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