Things to Do

Ten Things to Do in Denver for $10 or Less (Eight Free), October 7-9

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Cabal Creep Show: Halloween Art Smash
Cabal Enterprises 
6 p.m. Saturday, free

Kick off a season of Halloween parties at Cabal, which promises a spooky time with an art twist. There will be new works by guest artists Daniel Crosier & Heretic Art and other Cabal members. Dress up for the costume contest, carve pumpkins and have so much fun, it's scary. 
Tell Your Mom I Said Hi
Black Book Gallery
7 p.m. Saturday, free

You may have noticed the yarn bombing on trees and bike racks around town courtesy of the Ladies Fancywork Society. The covert operation of crochet queens goes overt tonight at Black Book, bringing street art into the gallery. If you fancy any of the work, you can buy it, too. 
Hotel Transylvania
Haunted Field of Screams
6:45 p.m. Sunday, free

Colorado’s largest haunted attraction welcomes you to enjoy the family-friendly film Hotel Transylvania outdoors under the crisp fall air. Bring your blankets and chairs; snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. And if you have dollars to spare, don't miss the Haunted Field of Screams and Dead Man’s Night Maze. 
Binge Watch Live: All Female Show
Mutiny Information Cafe
7 p.m. Sunday, free

Binge-watch your TV every other day of the week, because Binge Watch Live only comes around once every two months — and it's not to be missed. This time around, a special, all-female lineup of improvisors — including the longest-running, all-female improv team in Denver, the Dishwater Blondes, as well as At the Barre, Not Your Mom, Momma McCracken and the Rapscallions — will perform.
Mile High Soul Club
Lost Lake Lounge
7 p.m. Sunday, $5

Enjoy an extra-special dose of Mile High Soul Club this week at Lost Lake Lounge. Join resident soul daddies Jason Heller and Steve Cervantes for an evening of deep cuts ranging from northern soul to R&B, funk and more. Go cut a rug, but remember you have to get back to work tomorrow.
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Alex Brown is a freelance writer from Denver, Colorado. You can find him around town falling off his skateboard, eating burritos and petting dogs.
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