3 things to do for free in Denver this week, February 10-13

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You don't need a valentine to have fun in Denver this week. Attend an anti-love party, a sex-themed reading series or a mustache bash -- all for free. Check the Westword calendar for a full listing of events around town, and share more bargains in our comments section.

See also: Artist Mark Newport on beaded football players and knitted superhero costumes

Anti-Valentine's Day Party: He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not at the Denver Public Library (Tuesday)

For those who believe that Valentine's Day is a

holiday invented by greeting-card companies to make people feel like crap

, Fresh City Life is throwing a party that's about anything but ooey gooey love. The anti-Cupid bash will screen the French stalker flick

He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

, while also serving up snacks from Whole Foods and no romance whatsoever.

F Bomb Reading Series Presents: The Sex Bomb at the Mercury Cafe (Wednesday) Tonight's edition of the F-Bomb reading series is all about one thing: sex. Participants can come with three- to four-minute short short stories to perform on the mic in honor of the flash fiction series' one-year anniversary. Show up early to get your name on the sign-up sheet. DJ Rockstar Aaron's Mustache Madness Birthday Party at Barricuda's (Thursday) Celebrate the birth of DJ Rockstar Aaron tonight at his annual mustache party. The bash will include dancing, tons of tunes, and free mustaches for all.

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