Save: Target-Sponsored Happenings at Cultural Institutions across the Country
Mondays through Sundays. Please check the Web site for updated information.

That big red Target sign is a beacon for families everywhere who are looking for bargain prices on everything from fashion to furniture, but now it’s also a symbol of free or reduced outings for the entire clan at a wide variety of cultural institutions. Check the Web site below to find a Target-sponsored happening near you (Think everything from concerts to art exhibitions at the perfect price.) If you’re in California, don’t miss Target Garden Sundays at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, which translates to free admission to MoLAA on the second Sunday of every month. Out east? Check out Target $1 Friday Nights at the Boston Children’s Museum every Friday from 5:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. The list is endless, as will be the extra padding in your wallet . . . just think, more money for a little autumn shopping spree at Tarzhay!

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