Things to Do

10 things to do for $10 in Denver this weekend (7 free!), July 11-13

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Second Saturday Street Festival at Old Town Arvada (Saturday, free) The Kory Brunson Band brings its sweet sounds the main drag of good 'ole Arvada. Check out the music, peruse the art booths and grab a beer or two at this community festival.

TheBigWonderful Food Market at Sustainability Park (Saturday, free) Summer food truck meet ups are pretty common, but this one has heart. Josh Sampson, visionary of the event, prides BigWonderful as a zero waste opportunity for small business to test out the waters of the Denver culinary scene. Situated on the three-acre urban farm, try out some food, hear some tunes and let the dog run around the dog park. This could be the next big thing to hit Denver. Boulder Peak Triathlon at Boulder Reservoir (Sunday, free) It's easier to watch people torment their bodies than it is to do it yourself. Cruise up to Boulder and watch this intense race of amazing humans. Ironman triathlons are known for being pretty gnarly, so help out the contestants and cheer them on.

Colorado Burlesque Festival's Sunday Hangover Hangout at The Celtic Tavern (Sunday,free) We hope you got to check out some of the events from the Colorado Burlesque Festival this weekend. To cap it off they're having a brunch party, which is free to attend. Bring a couple bucks for some Bloody Mary's and have a chat with the performers and vendors of the festival.

Germany V. Argentina at Sie Film Center (Sunday, free) The world has come together for the last month to watch soccer. Hardcore fans and bandwagoners have been at the pubs earlier than normal to watch the worlds game. Today is the last chance you'll get to see World Cup for the next four years, so come on down to the film center and see it on the giant screen. It may not be your team, but it's still going to be an exciting time.

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Alex Brown is a freelance writer from Denver, Colorado. You can find him around town falling off his skateboard, eating burritos and petting dogs.
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