Things to Do

Ten Things to Do in Denver for $10 or Less (Five Free), August 26-28

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Me Me Monster
Black Sky Brewery
8 p.m. Saturday, $5

A very special hell yeah to Black Sky on its third anniversary. The crew will be partying all week, but tonight there's a special Weerdos Summer Benefit Ball for the Denver Innocence Project featuring the zany sounds of Me Me Monster. Support the brewery as well as a good cause — and have some fun in the process

Denver Pagan Pride Day
Civic Center Park
11 a.m. Sunday, free

Explore the realms of devotion at this celebration of peace and open-mindedness. Not only will people be sharing their ceremonies, secrets and dances, but they'll be doing it for a good cause. So bring canned goods and winter coats to donate to the needy, then rejoice in the rituals and rites. Find more info here

KGNU's 2016 Summer Record Sale
Denver Open Media
Noon p.m. Sunday, free

KGNU plays the hits for our town, so let's help the station keep doing it by buying some of these rare gems. And if you're not using those compact discs on your shelf anymore, donate them to the station for a tax deduction. 

Brass Under Glass
Denver Performing Arts Complex
4:30 p.m. Sunday, free

A brass band creates a beautiful sound when the harmonies come through, and it sounds even better when the band performs under a glass dome. Bring a chair and park yourself for a full surround sound of brass hits at the Galleria.
Propaganda! Denver Comedy Reunion
Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret
8 p.m. Sunday, free

Since High Plains is in town, this month's Propaganda! will feature a special reunion. You can welcome home Troy Walker and Chris Charpentier, who'll perform alongside Kristin RandJordan DollHaley Driscoll and Matt Monroe. It's a great way to close out what should be a great weekend.
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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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