3 things to do for free in Denver this week, June 23-26

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Is your wallet empty after an event-filled weekend? Not to worry: Westword has you covered with a trio of free activities to get you through the week.

Take a look at the online Westword calendar for more activities, and tell us about other bargains in the comments section below.

See also: Local art and goods intersect at Studio Colfax, a new gallery holding a grand opening Sunday

The Lego Movie at Infinity Park (Monday, free)

Kick off the week with a summer staple: a movie under the stars. Bring your blankets and snacks, and get there early to catch a special foreign short film before the big show,

The Lego Movie


Golden Bicycle Cruise at Golden Farmers' Market (Tuesday, free) Grab a bike and your crew and head to Golden to explore the trails. This group ride finishes off with a party that includes live music, food and beer. And if you want to go the extra distance, bring a can of spinach and a pipe: Tonight's theme is Popeye. Four Ever Fab at Englewood Civic Center (Thursday, free) Take a trip down memory lane tonight -- and on light rail -- for this free outdoor concert in Englewood. The Beatles tribute band will be rocking everything from Please Please Me to Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club, right under the bridge of the station.

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