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Free Events This Week in Miami: Wyncode Open House, Arts & Drafts, and Urban Art Week

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The countdown is on: T-minus five days of prep time until Valentine's Day, the make-it-or-break-it holiday for relationships. Let's hope you already have a game plan in the works; otherwise, this might be a stress-inducing week.

Either way, you'll need all of your cash to impress bae come Saturday, so save your pennies this week and enjoy an assortment of free events.

See also: Model Beach Volleyball 2015: Because, Miami

Monday

  • Wyncode Web Development Open House at The LAB Miami: Have you ever considered a career as a programmer? It's the way to go if you're into hireability. Check out the options at this learn-to-code open house.
  • Tuesday

  • Despicable Me 2 Mommy Playdate at Christ Fellowship Downtown: Arts, crafts, coffee, snacks, Christ, and the Minions oughta make for one interesting afternoon.
  • Wednesday

  • Arts & Drafts at Elwoods Gastro Pub: Make some awesome art and try your hand at trivia too. Drinks will keep the creative juices flowing.
  • Black History Month Festival and Parade at MDC West campus: Celebrate Black History Month with Haitian Boukan Club dancers and drummers, art club drawings, and discussions.
  • Thursday

  • FAAM Urban Art Week at SPACEBY3: Check out art by the likes of Keith Haring, Shepard Fairey, Banksy, Faile, Phase2, and KAWS. If you've got the reserves, maybe now is the time to drop some bucks and make that art collection a little more impressive.
  • Locust Talks With Jens Hoffmann at Locust Projects: Meet the deputy director for exhibitions and public programs of New York's Jewish Museum, and ask him your burning art questions.
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