Plant a Tree on Arbor Day – Friday, April 29
The Illinois Tollway is committed to minimizing the environmental impacts of its roadways by adopting wetland improvement and landscaping projects with local and regional benefits. As part of this effort, the Tollway is partnering with The Morton Arboretum to enhance aesthetics and expand tree canopy coverage within Tollway system, including the planting of 58,000 trees.
The Tollway will celebrate the new partnership on Arbor Day by offering 15,000 tree seedlings to customers at the Tollway’s Downers Grove headquarters and at all seven oases from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Friday, April 29.
Tree species include Bur Oak, Red Oak, Shagbark Hickory, Hackberry and Shingle Oak. Tree seedlings and planting instructions will be available at the following locations:
||Mile Post 24
||Mile Post 74.5
||Des Plaines Oasis
||Mile Post 18
||Lake Forest Oasis
||Mile Post 38
||Mile Post 25
||Mile Post 1
||Chicago Southland Lincoln Oasis
||Mile Post 93
||2700 Ogden Ave.
||Tollway Headquarters, Downers Grove
Stop in and pick up your tree seedling on Arbor Day.
I’m a magazine junkie. Love ’em all and if they’re free, so much the better (wait, does that make me a magazine whore? – don’t answer that).
Get a one-year subscription to Better Home & Gardens, courtesy of freebizmag. It’s completely free, I’ve used them for free mags for years and the only downside is slogging through a buncha pages of “don’t you want this one, too, for cheap?.” But just say no and you’ll score! Of course, there may be might just be a free business publication that interests you, too…
The $5.00 off any two Almay Cosmetic Products coupon has returned. No, it’s not a reset, just added wording to include cosmetic removers…possible huge moneymaker if you can find those smaller size plastic jars at Walmart. Last time the shelf price was about $1.15, but again, it got to be a game of hide and seek. Well, if you’re out there looking for the Hydroxy chocolate shakes anyway…
Here’s a picture of the jars I picked up for the same deal at Walmart last April. I used the overage to buy Jasmine and Basmati rice (I’d rather take product).
Get one year of Entertainment Weekly for free, courtesy of Magazine Outlet (via freebizmag.com). Lots of other offerings to choose from.
Get one year of Hot Bike for FREE, courtesy of freebizmag.com. Cover says misfits, but they look the same size to me…
Get a Free L’Oreal Paris Advanced Haircare Sample when you do the Like thing.
Free APP of the Day is Marv The Miner 2, a classic retro platform game. Guide Marv through the dark Mines of Kazarakt in his hunt for enormous jewels and treasures! The main objective is to highlight all platforms to progress to next level.
I’m just gonna copy and past the whole list. The Latina magazine is a good deal, if only because you don’t find deep discounts on Hispanic publications. Most are one-year subscriptions.
Electronic House Digital
USA TODAY e-Newspaper (note that this is only a 90-day subscription)
Kiplinger’s 50 Top Money-Saving Tips eBook
I’d recaption it to say get back to school, dammit! which is pretty much how most of us felt by the end of August, right? Get a one-year (6 issues) subscription to Working Mother for free, compliments of freebizmag.com. Sign up for their daily emails; they might send you a different offering.
Free sample of Cafe Bustelo coffee when you do the like thing. I’ve been wanting to try this coffee for quite some time – and nothing beats free.
APP of the Day is Manic Math.Just combine two numbers and one math operation to match the proposed objective.
Free stainless steel water bottle from freebizmag.com.
Free one-year subscription to News China (12 issues), courtesy of freebizmag.com. Sign up for their daily emails and see what they send to you.
Free APP of the Day is Find the Differences: Pirates. Come along with Find the Differences: Pirates for a high adventure puzzle on the high seas. Prepare for boarders and hoist the Jolly Roger as you try to find the differences between maritime-themed pictures. Find the Differences: Pirates is designed for kids ages five to nine. arrrrrr
Well, duh, of course it’s stress-free – – the kids are gone all day! Get a one-year subscription (six issues) to Working Mother for free, compliments of freebizmag.com. Sign up for their daily emails; they might send you a different offering.