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3 things to do for free in Denver this week, March 3-6

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March in Denver is starting off with a lion's share of free events. From a Stephen King horror anthology to a comedy show centered on secret talents to a night of local music, this week is full of fun that won't break the bank.

For a full listing of activities in the area, visit the line Westword calendar, and feel free to share more free happenings in the comments section below.

See also: The ten best geek events in Denver in March

Cat's Eye at Crash 45 (Tuesday, free)

Continuing with its celebration of horror anthologies, Blood-Thirsty Theresa's Cruel Horror Film Series will screen

Cat's Eye

tonight. The Stephen King-penned movie uses a stray cat as the common thread for three short horror tales.

Snappy Little Numbers Local Music Appreciation Night at the Hi-dive (Wednesday) Celebrate great local bands of the past and present tonight at record label Snappy Little Numbers' free evening of tunes. Davey Boyo, Charlie Continental, Bunny Stratton and Josh "Terry" Bradshaw will spin songs by Colorado bands -- and Colorado bands only -- all evening. Moxie! presents: A Secret Talent Show! at Deer Pile (Thursday) Comedy duo Kristin Rand and Mara Wiles (aka Moxie) will present this special evening when local comedians showcase their secret talents. Funny people like Ben Kronberg, Christie Buchele, Justin Franzen and more will all take the stage, where their bizarre skills can be judged by all.


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