Things to Do

10 things to do for $10 in Denver this weekend (7 free!), May 16-18

The weather will be great this weekend -- and so are the many bargain entertainment opportunities around town. You can see a free screening of Ghostbusters, dance your heart out or soak in the healing vibes at a gong bath -- all for under $10. See the online Westword calendar for more ideas of places to go this weekend, and share your own suggestions for inexpensive events in our comments section below.

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De Von at Masters Gallery (Friday-Saturday, free) Images of superheroes and classic celebrities populate artist De Von's work, which will be on display with two receptions this weekend. Meet the pop artist and catch the images of Spiderman, Elvis and Marilyn Monroe.

Poetry Reading at BookBar (Friday, free) Start your weekend with some literary culture. Tonight local poets Martin Balgach and Barbara Sorensen will read poetry at the BookBar. As an added perk, the purchase of a book gets you a free drink.

This is an Outrage at Rhinoceropolis (Saturday, by donation) Something about spring just makes us want to dance. Fire up your spring fever tonight at this killer dance party, which will feature tunes from FOANS, ChurchFire, Cat Dog and DJ A-Train that are sure to get your body moving.

Valverde Bazaar at Eron Johnson Antiques (Saturday, free) A wide variety of local vendors will congregate today to peddle their wares at the Valverde Bazaar. Grab a snack from a food truck, enjoy live music and support Denver businesses by buying vintage, antique and handmade products.

Denver Master Gardeners 9th Annual Spring Plant Sale at Harvard Gulch Park (Saturday-Sunday, free) Get your garden started this weekend by buying plants at this annual sale. Pick up heirloom and modern tomatoes, vegetables, herbs, flowers and more -- and then get growing!

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