There's nothing more complimentary than the word "free." Rather than be insulted by high prices, why not pick events that flatter both your budget and your social calendar? From gallery shows to museum lectures to Saturday morning yoga, here are three free happenings to highlight your week.
Stop by R. Pela Contemporary Art for a one-night-only show featuring the work of local artist Jake Fischer before he leaves Arizona for a spot in the coveted residency program at The Art Students League of New York. This solo exhibition runs from 5 to 9 p.m. on Monday, June 2. For details, visit the event on Facebook.
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Join Old Trails Museum director Ann-Mary Lutzick as she presents "Harvey Girls of the Southwest" at Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park. Modeling the Harvey Girl uniform, Lutzick will discuss their role in history, pop culture, and the workforce. For more information, visit the event on the Pueblo Grande Museum calendar at phoenix.gov.
Bend and stretch your way to a more sizzling you with free Saturday yoga at Lululemon Athletica Scottsdale Fashion Square. This all-levels course will be led by former division-one baseball player and certified yoga instructor Donny Starkins. Namaste Saturdaze runs from 8 to 9:15 a.m. on Saturday, June 7. For more information, visit the event on Facebook.