Things to Do

10 things to do for $10 in Denver this weekend (6 free!), February 21-24

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With/Between/Beyond...It Could Not Be at CORE New Art Space (Friday, free) Start your weekend off with new artwork by eight RMCAD artists -- from sculpture to painting and performance art. Creators including Abby Johnson and Jenna Dwyer will be on hand for the opening reception.

Reeewind and Roll at the EXDO Event Center (Friday, $5) Rather than stay home and watch others compete in the Olympics, head to the EXDO Event Center tonight for a very special Winter Games-themed rollerskating party. Drink, skate and compete for prizes at this monthly bash.

Cartoons & Comedy at Deer Pile (Friday, free) Cartoons & Comedy is back tonight with comedians Roger Norquist, Aaron Urist and Jordan Doll riffing on classic toons from the 8'0s. Relive your childhood television-watching memories and be prepared to laugh.

Colorado Environmental Film Festival at the American Mountaineering Center (Friday-Saturday, $7-10) Environmentally-themed films from all over the country will screen in Colorado this weekend, inspiring audiences to action. The zero-waste festival has everything from a photography exhibit to films on a variety of activist movements.

Rashid Johnson: New Growth at MCA Denver (Friday, 10 cents) "What would happen if Sun Ra, George Washington Carver and Robert Smithson started a community together in the desert?" That question is the impetus for Rashid Johnson's new show at MCA Denver, which you can view at tonight's opening for just a dime. The show combines materials as varied as LP covers and shea butter to books and burned wood.

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