Three things to do for free in Denver, September 2-4
Labor Day has come and gone, but we should have at least another month of good weather here in Denver -- so let's enjoy it. This week we're watching movies, popping balloons and playing bingo -- all for free.
If you know of free events we missed, post them in the comments section, and check out the online Westword calendar for a complete line-up.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch at Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design (Wednesday, free) The Visiting Artist, Scholar and Designer program at RMCAD kicks off its lecture series for the year with a screening guaranteed to generate discussions of identity. The film, which was also a Broadway hit, follows a transgender rock star on tour who tells her life story while searching for the former lover and bandmate who stole her songs. Seating is limited, so RSVP here .
Happy Hour Bingo at Lost Lake Lounge (Wednesday, free) Bingo with the old folks at the bingo halls is a lot of fun, but it can also get pretty expensive. Tonight, play for free at Lost Lake Lounge and dob away for a chance at tickets to some pretty cool concerts.
Fashion Night Out Downtown Boulder at Pearl Street Mall (Thursday, free) It's only a few years old, but Fashion Night Out in downtown Boulder is already a national event. It celebrates local fashion in a big way, complete with mini-makeovers, runway shows, live music and balloons to pop that may have prizes in them. Watch the models strut their stuff and support your local fashion community.
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