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

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We sure got lucky with that extra long weekend. There was almost too much to see and do. This week doesn't have to slow down, but we probably need the rest anyway. Here's three things to check out that are pretty mellow and real easy on the wallet.

Browse through the Westword calendar for more to do this week, and feel free to plug anything we might have missed in the comments section.

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DADA Funny at DADA Art Bar (Monday, free) Come share a laugh at one of the city's newer venues for art, comedy, coffee and booze. Stand-up from local comedians is a great way to start off the week.

Stories We Tell at Denver Public Library, Central Branch (Tuesday, free) The DPL continues its What's Up, Doc? series of documentaries tonight with the interesting and unusual Stories We Tell. Following a family of storytellers, director Sarah Polley investigates the history of a family of storytellers, in hopes of separating fact from fiction and of investigating how different people view past events.

Message in a Bottle at Elway's (Wednesday, free) It's hump day after all, so live a little and check out this Police tribute band. It might be Summer 2014, but it doesn't have to sound like it.

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