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Free Events This Week: Winning Art, Jamming Out, Malachi Black

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Something about this coming week just makes us feel relaxed. Maybe it's because April 15 has come and gone, and there's nothing left to do about our taxes until next year (or until we get audited, whichever comes first). Maybe it's because all the stress in our lives has compounded to an impossible level and imploded, and we just don't care anymore. Or maybe it's because this week has so many lovely free events, we've reached a blissful level of calm.

Regardless of where this air of relaxation is coming from, we're going to embrace it, and you ought to as well. Kick off your shoes, pour yourself a glass of something with a 13.5% or greater alcohol content, and read on for a number of soothingly free events to enjoy this week.

Monday

Tuesday

  • Winning Art: How often do you get a chance to win an original work of art by amazing local artists? Head over to Art Center South Florida, buy a raffle ticket for your favorite piece and keep those fingers crossed. Raffle tix are $20, but viewing the exhibit is 100 percent free.
  • Jam Session: Bring your instrument to PAX for a midweek jam with Big Brooklyn Red and the Magic City Three.

Wednesday

  • Aaron Lebos Project: Jazz/Fusion guitarist Aaron Lebos brings his insane guitar skills to PAX. 21+.

Thursday

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