Things to Do

10 things to do for $10 in Denver this weekend (9 free!), February 14-16

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Love Sux Party at Howl at the Moon (Friday, free before 10 p.m.) For those who'd rather vomit than write a valentine, Howl at the Moon is hosting an anti-love soiree tonight. From drink specials with titles like Ex-boyfriends and F-bombs to plenty of Love Sux games, this is the perfect place for grinches to spend their Valentine's Day night. Bring in a mutilated photo of your ex to get in for free before 10 p.m.

Dance, Baby, Dance at Shine Restaurant & Gathering Place (Friday, free) Spend your V-Day dancing at this all-ages party in Boulder. DJ Savior Breath will spin tunes while kids are invited to make valentines -- all in the name of 1 Billion Rising, the activist movement to end violence against women.

Word Sound Healing Day at Solstice Center (Friday, free) To help heal the planet, people around the world will gather today to send, in the words of the organizers, "a sonic Valentine to Mother Earth." Want to feel the love? Join in this guided group chant led by Andi and Jonathan Goldman.

Love Hurts at Crash 45 (Friday, free) Free love rules! Listen to electronic music and see live burlesque tonight at this electronica Valentine's Day Party, which features songs by Dj Madeline and Skyless as well as dance from Neon Antoinette and more.

Snow Sculpture in the Dark in Downtown Loveland (Friday-Saturday, free) Snow sculpting teams will gather in Loveland this weekend to create frozen pieces of art and win a chance to compete in the U.S. Snow Sculpting Nationals. See the competition, take a horse-drawn sleigh ride for just a dollar or go ice bowling at this celebration in the town named for love.

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