1) Summer Camp and Lesson Deal at A Stones Throw Tack Shop: Marlborough has its very own tack shop. A Stone's Throw Tack Shop, located in the Laser Zone parking lot, at 416 Boston Post Rd., has a bit of everything for riders and horses, including riding apparel for schooling and show, as well as tack and horse care items. There is even a small dog supply section, so you can pick up some treats for your pup while you shop for your horse! For a limited time, take advantage of the following summer camp and lesson package deal: Choose any helmet, breeches, and boots and take 10 percent off those items. This offer cannot be combined with any offer or sale and is not valid on past purchases. For more information, visit A Stone's Throw Tack Shop or call 508-460-7070. Keep up to date on events and offers by liking their Facebook page.
2) Kids meal deal at The Main Street Café: On Thursday nights from 4 to 8 p.m., kids under 12 eat free! Purchase an adult meal and get a kids meal free. On Thursday mornings from 8:30 to 11:30 am, enjoy breakfast and a craft with your kids, and when you purchase an adult breakfast selection get a kids' breakfast selection for half price. For more information on the menu or specials, visit The Main Street Café’s web site at www.themainstcafe.com or visit their Facebook page. The Main Street Café is located in downtown Marlborough at 182 Main St.
3) Target Deals: 1 lb Strawberries $1.79; 11- to 16-oz. Ball Park or Hebrew National hot dogs in assorted varieties $2.79; 48-oz. Market Pantry® ice cream 2 for $6; Offers good through June 30. See the Target Weekly Ad for details on these and other offers.
Boston Parking Deal: Last weekend I got 1/2 price parking in the Boston Theater district. If you have an Android phone or iPhone, download the Central Parking Application (click here for info on it). Select parking garages have coupons that you can email to yourself and print before you drive in. At this time, not every cashier is set up to accept web coupons so it's best just to print it out. The application can also help you find the parking garage. Don't have a smartphone? Click here to visit the Boston Central Parking web site, click on the neighborhood in which you'd like to park, and if there is a coupon, print it. After you park, go right to the cashier and you'll get the tickets that you need to pay for parking with your credit card at the exit. We paid $10 to park at the Millenium Garage, had a short walk to our restaurant and the Opera House, and we didn't have to wait in the long cashier line after our show. The cashier also lent us an umbrella! Brilliant! Thank you to my friend Kathy for telling me about this great deal and timesaver!
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