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3 Free Events in Metro Phoenix This Week

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Mo' money, mo' problems. Lucky for you, there's plenty of free things to do this week. From architecture in an art museum to poetry in the park and cosmic happenings at a community college, here are our top three picks for complimentary events this week.

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Architecture "Slide Slam"

Local architects will present their work at SMoCA's Architecture "Slide Slam" on the Stage 2 Theater of Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts Tuesday, April 1, at 7 p.m. This free event, presented with AIA Arizona in celebration of Modern Phoenix Week, will feature Valley architects including Wendell Burnette, AIA, Founder/Principal at Wendell Burnette Architects; Caroline Lobo, AIA, Principal at souLL Architects; Christina Noble, AIA, Founder at Contour Design Studio; and David Plotkin, AIA, Founder at DKP Architecture + Consulting. Seating is first come, first served. For details, visit smoca.org.

Light it Up! Poetry and Art in the Park

Phoenix Public Library will kick off its celebration of National Poetry Month with a free evening of open mic poetry hosted by local poet Divine at Margaret T. Hance Park. The poetry open mic will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m followed by video artwork by Sama Alshaibi, Chris Fraser, and David Politzer from 7:30 to 9. For details, including other National Poetry Month events, visit phoenix.gov/arts.

Metaphysical Expo

Stop by the Scottsdale Community College cafe between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 5, for the Metaphysical Expo. This holistic event will feature the works: psychics, palmists, tarot cards, mediums, past life, animal communicators, and aura readers, as well as massage therapy, reiki, crystals, metal works, and jewelry. For more information, visit www.arizonapsychicfair.com.

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