3 things to do for free in Denver this week, August 26-29

If seeing all the students heading back to school has you longing for fresh notebooks and classroom walls, you can satisfy that desire for education without heavy tuition costs. Whether you want to hear about astrobiology from professors at the Deer Pile, take a tour to find out more about Molly Brown, or learn about Indian cinema at the library's film series, you can do it all this week -- for free. Share more free events in our comments section below, and check out the online Westword calendar for a full listing of things to do around the metro area.

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Bride and Prejudice at the Denver Central Library (Tuesday)

Fresh City Life's Indian cinema series finishes tonight with

Bride and Prejudice

, a 2004 Bollywood adaptation of the classic Jane Austen novel. See Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Darcy play out the whole tale of marriage and manners with song and dance and extravagant outfits.

Space in Your Face at the Deer Pile (Tuesday) Blast off tonight at Space in Your Face, the monthly astrobiology education/entertainment series at Deer Pile. This month's edition will feature presentations from Georgia Tech Ph.D. candidate Eric Parker about biochemistry and the origin of life, Dr. Tom Metcalf of the University of Colorado on philosophical aspects of astrobiology, and a preacher from the Church of Cosmic Evolution giving a scientific sermon. Free Day at the Molly Brown House (Wednesday) Though Margaret Brown is best-known for surviving the doomed Titanic, the spirited lady had a lot more going on besides being unsinkable. Learn about the historic figure and her rich life of philanthropy and activism at this free day of tours at her former residence.

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