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Free Events This Week: Stitch & Bitch, Vertigo & Farmer's Market

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The holidays are almost here, which means your bank account is probably approaching financial armageddon. Between obligatory Christmas shopping, overpriced holiday party attire, and embracing your inner Mother Teresa for those do-good charities even the well-heeled searching for their shoes.

Luckily, we've got your free-for-all guide to the week ahead, so you can give your overused credit card a break.

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Farmer's Market at Adrienne Arsht Center: Scoop up some local veggies, fruits, artisanal products and more at this newly launched market. It's an easy way to get a head start on that "healthier living" resolution you make every. single. year.


Stitch & Bitch at the Freehand: You know you've always wanted to be one of the Golden Girls and try your hand at crocheting. Now's your chance, cocktails included.

FXYD 305 Night Ride at Omni Metromover: Break out the wheels and join a few dozen of your closest friends for a brisk evening jaunt.


Vertigo screening at PAMM: Check out Hitchcock's classic thriller under the stars in this amazingly awesome wintertime weather. Besides, don't you want to see Jimmy Stewart in something other than It's a Wonderful Life?

Big Night in Little Haiti at the Little Haiti Cultural Center: Listen to tunes by Haitian konpa group Gabel, try some kreyol cuisine and DANCE already.

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