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3 Free Events in Metro Phoenix This Week

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A penny saved -- well, it isn't much but it's a start. And to keep you on a roll, we're filling up your social calendar with plenty free events around the Valley. From social bike rides and swing dancing to hypnosis and improv workshops, here are our top picks for complimentary happenings in metro Phoenix.

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Join the Car Resistance Action Party for a special meet-up over spokes and spirits. On Tuesday, May 27, and every fourth Tuesday of the month, fellow cyclists meet up for a special edition social bike ride starting from Tempe's Front Porch at 7:30 p.m. This month's special edition ride will take Washington Street to The Duce for food, drinks, and an evening of South Central Swing. For details, visit the event on Facebook.

Comedy Hypnosis Spectacular: Don Rice and His Parade of Stars!

The mind is a powerful thing. Join Don Rice at the Queen Creek Library branch as he hosts an all-ages show of science, comedy, and hypnosis. Rice has performed his hypnotic acts at on cruise ships, television, and at casinos. Admission is free, but registration is required. To register or get more information, visit the event on the Maricopa County Library Branch website.

Improv Workshop for Families

Get some more laughs at the dinner table by bringing your clan to the family drop-in workshop at The Torch Theater on Saturday, May 31. This two-hour workshop starting at 2:30 p.m. is open to all levels, ages five and up. Following this class of improv exercises including saying "yes" and using teamwork, there will be a short improv performance running till 5 p.m. For more information and to register, visit thetorchtheatre.com.

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