Things to Do

10 Things to Do for $10 in Denver This Weekend (7 Free!), November 7-9

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Days of My Youth Screening at American Mountaineering Center (Friday, $10) A couple weeks ago, these guys were watching a classic ski movie. Tonight, check out the hot doggers of a new generation; needless to say, they're fucking nuts. See some of the best in the world rip the pow and jib the rails in this ski flick.

Denver Arts Week at Denver Metro Area (Friday-Sunday, free-$10) There is so much to see and do for the next nine days during Denver Arts Week that it could have its own 10 for $10 column, so you might just have to do some exploring. Spend First Friday at the galleries of various art districts. Saturday will offer free shuttle service with free admission to over twenty museums. Check this out, for more options.

The History and Evolution of Hate Crime Laws at Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library (Saturday, free) If you've been paying attention, you may have noticed that the relationship between the public and the cops hasn't been so great lately. Retired sergeant Ezekiel Rankin would like to bridge that gap and discuss why this has developed over the years. He's a nationally recognized expert in the field of hate crimes and racial profiling, so this discussion is not to be missed.

Farm to Table Culinary Arts Celebration andcJello Mold Competition at 40 West Galleries and Studios (Saturday, free-$5) Wobble your way over to 40 West gallery today for a food inspired art show. The show is free to attend and only $5 to enter the Jello-mold contest. Molds will be judged on four categories including Most Artistic, Best Tasting, Most Colfax Cool and of course one awarded for audience favorite. See the video above for some inspiring creations.

Duck Duck Dupe at Buntport Theater (Saturday, $6-$8) Participate in some theater involving two truths and a lie. This week, the plays are inspired by Saved be the Bell, Mork and Mindy and Three's Company to create a completely made-up sitcom. By dressing up as a duck, or simply acting like a duck, take a dollar off the admission cost. Now there's a quack of a deal.
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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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