Today is the first day of summer and the longest day of the year. To add into that, mostly everyone is done with school for the school year, which means kids will need something to do to keep them engaged and keep them out of trouble this summer. From daily camps, museums and everything in between check out what's on deck this summer.
And because today is the longest day of the year, there are many freebies that you and your family can take advantage of.
Dunkin' Donuts - Dunkin' is offering a free frozen lemonade to help customers beat the heat.
Wayback Burgers - With locations across the U.S., Wayback Burgers is offering a free Black & White shake to start off the summer.
Summer Camps for kids
Apple - Throughout the month of July, Apple stores will be hosting Apple Camp, a series of free 90-minute classes over three days for kids ages 8 to 12. The subjects for the camps include coding, music and video production. Parents can sign up their kids on Apple's website
.Microsoft - Microsoft is offering a variety of classes with their free YouthSpark Summer Camps for kids ages six and up. Details about classes offered at local Microsoft Stores can be found on their website.
Bass Pro Shops - Every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at noon from June 23 - July 22, Bass Pro Shops will host free activities for the family. Fishing, games, crafts and workshops are just some of the activities families can enjoy.
Michaels - Kids can learn fun crafts and other experiments at Michael's Camp Creativity from June 11 - July 27. The classes are hosted on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 am - 12 pm. Prices range from $2-$5 depending on your child's age.
Regal - All summer long, Regal Theaters will show $1 movies at 10 am on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Movies vary by location. Proceeds from the program will benefit the Will Rogers Institute.
AMC - Every Wednesday at 10 am, AMC Theaters is offering a movie and kids snack pack for $4 throughout the summer.