3 things to do for free in Denver this week, April 7-10

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Rather than spend money on a fancy yoga class in a sweaty room, downward dog for free on Tuesday surrounded by the dioramas at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. And yoga's not the only free event in Denver this week. Read on for more bargains in the city this week, and share your own suggestions for economical events in the comments section below.

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Sweet Charity at the Denver Central Library (Tuesday) Based on the Fellini film The Nights of Cabiria and subsequent award-winning Broadway musical, this Bob Fosse film stars Shirley MacLaine as a dancer looking for love. See the movie for free tonight as part of Fresh City Life's "Sing Out, Sister" series exploring Hollywood versions of Broadway musicals.

Free Yoga at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (Tuesday) Perform your sun salutations surrounded by the exhibits at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science at this free yoga series, which begins tonight. Running Tuesdays through April and May, the all-levels class is a great way to get some mellow exercise in a unique space. Arrive at 6 p.m. to register. Larkin Higgins & Tina Brown Celona: Exhibit Opening & Reading at Counterpath (Thursday) Los Angeles-based artist Larkin Higgins creates fascinating poetry chapbooks that combine words with her logographic drawings. She'll be in town tonight for the opening of an exhibit of her work at Counterpath; Denver poet Tina Brown Celona will also be on hand to perform.

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