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3 things to do for free in Denver this week, November 25-28

You can only sit inside and watch A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving so many times without losing your mind. Fortunately, there are plenty of other things to do in Denver this week that won't cost you a dime. Chill out with yoga, try your luck at drag-queen bingo, and catch a James Bond flick -- all for free. Share more bargains in our comments section below, and visit the Westword calendar for a complete guide to Thanksgiving-week fun.

See also: Akira coming to Alamo for two free showings today

Free Yoga Week at Whole Yoga (Monday-Saturday) In the spirit of this generous season, Whole Yoga is giving you reason to be thankful: all of its classes are free this week. Get in some pre- and post-Turkey day downward dogs and chaturanga dandasanas to help with digestion and de-stress.

Casino Royale at the Denver Central Library (Tuesday)

Daniel Craig plays agent 007 in this 2006 Bond thriller, which chronicles the very beginning of the spy's career and finds the special agent on his inaugural mission as an 00, complete with shady poker dealings and lots of danger. And, of course, he saves the world.

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Dolls with Balls Bingo at Hamburger Mary's (Wednesday) The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is traditionally a busy evening for bars, and your best bet for this party night could be at Hamburger Mary's. Have a drink, play some bingo hosted by drag queens, and blow off steam before a big day of eating mashed potatoes.


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