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Ten Things to Do for $10 or Less This Weekend (Seven Free)

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click to enlarge You've earned the right to have that beer. - DANIELLE LIRETTE
You've earned the right to have that beer.
Danielle Lirette
Yoga and Beers
Saturday, July 13, 10 to 11 a.m.
Station 26 Brewing
Free
Start the weekend right at Station 26, which will offer a free yoga class accompanied by live music. The class begins right at ten, but the bar will start pouring at eleven, so you can buy yourself a reward for the workout. You've earned it!

Denver Beer Co's Annual Summer Block Party
Saturday, July 13, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Denver Beer Co.
Free

Spend your Saturday partying with Denver Beer Co at its fourth annual Summer Block Party. The day will be filled with live music, food trucks, games, gear demos, free swag and giveaways — and beer, of course, as well as Denver Beer Co's brand-new O&A hard seltzer. Admission is free, but bring cash for the many vendors...and those beers.

Unity Arts Show
Sunday, July 14, noon to 11 p.m.
Dickens Opera House
$5
Local jewelers and artists will be selling their work to help women in need in Boulder Country, shop and listen to live music at the same time. A portion of the cover and sales will go to A Women's Work. Purchase tickets on the Dickens Opera House website or at the door.

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