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3 Free Events in Metro Phoenix This Week

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Temperatures may be rising but prices don't have to. Here to help you fuel your inner frugality are our top picks for free events this week, which include everything from fitness events to creative demos to theatrical productions.

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Work Out. Wine Down.

If you're looking to get toned and tipsy, stop by the launch of Flip'n Fit free fitness series at The Saguaro. Work Out. Wine Down. will kick off Thursday, May 8, with an hour-long barre fusion taught by local studio, CoreBalance. The class will also offer raffles, free pool access, and drink specials. To make your free registration, visit www.getflipnfit.com/winedown.

Inkscape Demo and PHXCC Boost

The informal design group, Tiny Army, holds free meetings on the first Wednesday of every month to help local creatives further their careers with talks, workshops, and more. This Wednesday, May 7, stop by Room 203 at the Art Institute of Phoenix for a free demo on the Open Source vector program, Inkscape, and a roundtable discussion of Phoenix Comic Con prep. The entire event runs from 6 to 8 p.m. For more information visit the event on Facebook and for updates follow Tiny Army.

Class 6 Theatre Presents a Staged Reading of Animal Farm

Class 6 Theatre is bringing a one-night-only performance to the Farnsworth Studio Theater at Mesa Arts Center. Class 6 will present a staged reading of the 1945 George Orwell classic, Animal Farm. The show starts at 6:30 p.m. Admission is pay-what-you-can. For details, visit the event on Facebook.

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