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Free Events This Week: Lord of the Rings, Yoga, and Free Cocktails

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If you've made it to work today, we salute you. The gods played a cruel joke on mankind this year, allowing St. Patrick's Day to fall on a Sunday. Not to mention pairing it with Ultra madness and spring break festivities. So yeah, if you didn't call in sick, you're officially employee of the year.

But to help you pass the time when you're not dry-heaving in the bathroom, here's our roundup of this week's fun and free stuff to do around town. Enjoy.

Monday

Free Yoga at the Southeast Financial Center: With Ultra overtaking Bayfront, the free yoga class is moving. But the new spot is perfect for doing your downward facing dog nonetheless.

Off Duty Mondays at the Broken Shaker: Sip some gratis concoctions made by Miami's bar masters, and listen to the tunes of DJ Nick Von Tiel.

Wednesday

Lord of the Rings at New World Center: Who doesn't love a little Middle Earth action? Catch Frodo and friends and relax for a midweek picnic.

Friday

Colombian Folkloric concert: After Ultra, you've probably heard enough electronica to last you till next year. So expand those musical horizons and listen to some traditional Colombian tunes.

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