Free Events This Week in Miami: Chinese New Year, The Seven Year Itch, and Food Trucks

Put those Ugg boots and furry vests back in mothballs -- the thermostat is back where it belongs. Eighty-degree temperatures are upon us, and all is right with the world. Well, except in parts of the country where poor saps are still digging their way out of the snow.

Now that you no longer have an excuse to hibernate, get your lazy butt out and about this week with our list of free stuff to do.

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  • Free yoga at Collins Park: Now that the weather's warmed up, practice some sun salutations without freezing your ass off.
  • Wednesday

  • The Seven Year Itch panel at Books & Books: Psychologists and theater experts will weigh in on the complexities of the play that's dubbed "The Original Mad Men."
  • Chinese New Year Celebration at MDC Wolfson: It's January 1st all over again with performances, calligraphy, and refreshments.
  • Miami Beach Food Truck & Music Fest at North Shore Bandshell: From grilled cheese to arepas, gorge yourself with all your favorite food-on-wheels.
  • Thursday

  • Teen poetry slam at Miami Beach Botanical Garden: Hear the poetic stylings of talented teens, thanks to the tutelage of poet, novelist and hip-hop artist George Yamazawa.
  • Friday

  • Sketching in the galleries at the Wolfsonian: Whatever your skills as an artist, you'll likely improve them by studying the Masters. Come armed with pencils.
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