Ten things to do for $10 this weekend, June 15-17, 2012
There's a lot to celebrate this weekend. And whether you're celebrating gay rights, dads, seeing Old School projected on a sports field...or all three!, there's plenty of fun to be had for under $10. So get out and enjoy another eclectic Denver weekend.
For a full listing of events, you can always visit westword.com/calendar.
Super Friends Music Alliance at MCA Denver (Friday, $5)
Don't miss this unique music performance set on the rooftop deck of the MCA. Married in Berdichev sound artist Brittany Gould, along with Andy Hamilton, Julia Mendiolea and Tyler Snow, will perform an unrehearsed, improvised set of music. Enjoy the view of downtown and the MCA's drink specials, and appreciate what's sure to be a you-had-to-be-there performance that will never be recreated.
Lighthouse Writers Workshop Community Book Fair at the Lighthouse Writers Workshop (Friday-Saturday, free)
Support your local literary community at Lighthouse Writers Workshop's free expo that celebrates local and visiting writers alike. See a variety of readings (including one by former Westword writer Jason Heller), ask questions at Q&As, and bring home books written along the Front Range and beyond.
Off the Beaten Path: Carr and Chopra reading at RedLine (Friday, free)
The traveling exhibition Off the Beaten Path opened at the beginning of the month, showcasing work from all over the world that addresses and attempts to change the culture of gender-based violence. Tonight this powerful show will be the setting for thoughtful readings by Serena Chopra and Julie Carr.
Our Thoughts Are Objects at GNU: Experience Gallery (Friday, free)
Destruction can be a lot of fun -- and you'll get to participate in the destruction of a whole lot of musical instruments tonight. Artist Brett Schreiber is inviting folks to bring a musicial instrument to Fort Collins to smash at his performance piece tonight, which is the first part of his process of creating an art installation. The Facebook invite warns that you might leave covered in paint, so definitely dress in clothes you don't mind destroyed, or at least altered.
Denver Outlaws + Old School at Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Saturday, $10)
Today's Denver Outlaws' lacrosse game against the Rochester Rattlers will be followed by a screening of Old School. So you can watch a bunch of dudes duke it out for a win, and then watch Vince Vaughn, Will Ferrell and Luke Wilson's drunken antics as they start a fraternity in this comedy.