Things to Do

Ten things to do for $10 this weekend, March 23-25, 2012

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Denver March Pow Wow at the Denver Coliseum (Friday-Sunday, $7/day) Celebrate American Indian culture all weekend at the Denver March Pow Wow, an event packed with traditional dances, singing, and delicious frybread. From drumming to storytelling, there's something for everyone at this weekend-long event.

Fiddler for Peace at the Denver Central Library (Saturday, free) Browse some spring reading at the library, and then head to Schlessman Hall to see a violin performance from Singapore's Kailin Yong. What better way to start the season than to a soundtrack of violin music?

Mile High Messenger Challenge 2012 at the Denver FilmCenter/Colfax (Saturday, $10) Whether you're a biker yourself or simply an excited onlooker, this alley cat race for bike messengers will involve dropping off and picking up packages all in a limited amount of time on two wheels. Win prizes, prove you're the best messenger or simply ride by to watch the madness.

Community Yoga at the Mercury Cafe (Saturday, free) You don't need to be rich to do yoga. At least, not on Saturdays at the Merc. Every week, the organic cafe hosts this community, all-levels yoga class. Start your weekend off with relaxing, healthy exercise, and then reward yourself with a healthy brunch downstairs at the restaurant.

Colorado Cinema Salon: The Witness Is The Prosecution at the Denver FilmCenter/Colfax (Sunday, $9.75) The Colorado Cinema Salon will get down to the law today, with guest Denver District Attorney Mitchell R. Morrissey offering commentary on the way the legal system is representing in the movies. As a plus, every ticket includes a free drink at the bar. Find out finally, once and for all, whether or not Legally Blonde was factual. We're gonna go with probably not. But who knows?

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