If you stay home this weekend I may have to smack you. Look at all the freebees and fun I’ve found for you! Look! Friday–6.10.11 Free Movies Under The Stars: Salt Lake City’s “Friday Night Flicks” continues tomorrow (6.10) with a showing of “How To Train Your Dragon” showing free at the newly remodeled Gallivan Center. There’s free popcorn (as long as it lasts) and community booths. Bring a blanket or a chair–the event starts at 8pm. Find upcoming locationshere. The Springville Museum of Art kicks off it’s annual Children’s Art Festival Friday (6.10) with over 20 different–and FREE!-art projects for kids. The event runs 10am to 2pm, and everyone is welcome for free. Click here for directions and more info. This Is The Place Heritage Park throws open the gates for free admission tomorrow (6.10) there’s horseback riding, a train that runs all along the village–and an adorable little train that circles a pretty pond by the Native American Village and children’s play area. My kids are nuts for this place–yours will be, too. Click here for more info. FREEEEEEDOM! Sorry, had to say it. The 2011 Utah Scottish Festival & Highland Gameskicks off at Thanksgiving Point with a heart-stopping tatoo on Friday with all the clans represented and bagpipes blazing. You don’t have to be hardcore Scots like our family to totally freak out when you see that ocean of tartan and hear the music soar. Caber-tossing, shortbread, men in kilts…what more do you need? Kids 11 and under are free, the event runs Friday 5-10pm and Saturday 9a-10p. Go here for more information and ticket prices. Saturday–6.11.11 We’re very excited to introduce our new baby Zoe to some culture and heritage from the Japanese side of her ancestry. The Asian Festival kicks off Saturday (6.11) at the Southtowne Expo Center from 10a-7p. Admission is free and everyone is welcome. There’s dancing, amazing food and a myriad of art and traditions from several different cultures. Click here for more info. Ogden is bustling with all manner of free fun Saturday (6.11). First, the Ogden Arts Festival has all manner of free art activties for little ones. You can click here for more information about the Festival. The Children’s Treehouse Museum in Ogden is free Saturday (6.11) and you don’t need to be a Weber County resident to enjoy the free admission. You’ll aslo find free admission at the Lorin Farr Pool, Ogden Nature Center, Ott Planetarium, and the Union Station Museums.Click here for directions. The Salt Lake Farmer’s Market is finally back Saturday! Find musicians, kid’s events, local crafts, wonderful food and even a doggie park for socialzing. Admission is free, click here for more info. Sunday–6.12.11 The People’s Market opens Sunday (6.12) at the International Peace Gardens at Jordan Park from 10a-3pm. There’s music, free admission and a skate park next door if the kids get bored. Find more info here. The Wasatch Front Farmer’s Market is held at Wheeler Farm on Sundays, 8am-1pm. There’s all kinds of fun activities for the kiddos for a small fee, like hrseback riding and a tractor ride through the farm. Info here. The Park Silly Sunday Market is my personal favorite: held in the lower part of historic Main Street from 10a-5p on Sundays, there’s everything from delicious-smelling soaps to henna tattoos to handmade shawls from hand-spun wool. Great music, free admission and local parks to play in and hills to climb. Can’t beat it. You’ll find more details here. Sneaky inside tip: I don’t care what you end up doing this weekend, but it’s going to be warm and sunny. One word: sunscreen! Sunscreen! Click here for some coupons to save your skin.