Freebie Friday: Find free movies, comic books, and open houses - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Freebie Friday: Find free movies, comic books, and open houses

Saturday, May 3 is Free Comic Book Day and two Memphis comic shops are participating. Saturday, May 3 is Free Comic Book Day and two Memphis comic shops are participating.
This event is offering free groceries, medical care, and haircuts to Memphis residents. This event is offering free groceries, medical care, and haircuts to Memphis residents.

(WMC) – It's going to be another fun spring weekend and there are a lot of fun, free things to take advantage of around the Mid-South.

Beginning Friday, May 2 and running through September 19, Carriage Crossing in Collierville will show a free family-friendly movie in the property's Central Park. The movies will be shown every other Friday night at dusk. The feature movie for May 2 is "Finding Nemo."

Click here for a list of all the movies that are being shown: http://www.shopcarriagecrossing.com/events 

Are you a comic book fan? This is the weekend to pick some up for free!

Saturday, May 3 is Free Comic Book Day and two Memphis comic shops are participating. Just go by Comics & Collectibles at 4730 Poplar Avenue or Comic Cellar: Cards, Comics, & Games at 3620-2 Austin Peay Highway to pick up some free comic books. Click here for more information about Free Comic Book Day: http://www.freecomicbookday.com/

Can't wait until Saturday? We've also found several free web comics produced by a native Memphian. Click here to read more from One Shot Productions: http://www.oneshotproductions.com/webcomics.htm

Mid-South Sam's Clubs are holding open houses Friday, May 1 through Sunday, May 4 from noon until 5 p.m. If you're not a member you can still shop, just stop by the member services desk and ask for a guest pass. Make sure to call your closest location to make sure they are holding the open house. Click here for more information: https://www.facebook.com/samsclub 

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Life Church of Memphis and Joyce Meyer Ministries are hosting an event called Hope for Life. This event is offering free groceries, medical care, and haircuts to Memphis residents. It will be held on Saturday, May 3 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Tiger Lane at the Liberty Bowl Fairgrounds. Click here for more information: http://www.thelifechurch.com/events/hope-for-life/ 

Do you know of a local business that would want to participate in Lindsey's Freebie Friday segment? Send an e-mail to her at lindseybrown@wmctv.com or contact her via Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/LindseyNews.

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