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June 30th, 2010 Sarah Davidson | Cheapskate
 

The Best Cheap And Free Deals In Town

     
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SWEAT! SWEAT! Hot Yoga for Life is offering 10 yoga classes for $10—that’s $1 per class! You’ve got three weeks to try power vinyasa, hot hatha and yin yoga classes. We assume all of those involve sweating. 714 N Fremont St., 287-9642, hotyogaforlife.com.

BLOCK PARTY: Portland Center for the Performing Arts will close a section of Southwest Main Street each Wednesday in July and August for its fifth annual Music on Main Street series. From 5 to 7 pm, downtown’s office drones can enjoy free outdoor concerts from bands like Pancake Breakfast, Derby and Freak Mountain Ramblers. Southwest Main Street between Southwest Park Avenue and Broadway, pcpa.com. June 30-Sept. 1. Free. All ages.

NO STRINGS ATTACHED: The Shelbyville Orchestra, a mishmash of artists who are part of other bands (including Portland Cello Project, I Can Lick Any Sonofabitch in the House, Jackstraw and Inside Voices), plays at the LaurelThirst Public House on Thursday, July 1. It’ll play some original songs and covers of artists such as Frank Zappa and Bill Monroe. “You really need this,” says the press release. LaurelThirst Public House, 2958 NE Glisan St., 232-1504. 9:30 pm Thursday, July 1. Free. 21+.

I LIKE YOUR SUSHI ROLL: SanSai Japanese Grill on Northwest 21st Avenue cuts the prices of most menu items in half during the restaurant’s daily happy hour. And when it opens the large, sidewalk-facing window, it almost feels like you’re eating outside. 539 NW 21st Ave., 971-544-1500. 3-6 pm daily.

OMG! OCBM! July is Oregon Craft Beer Month, and there are tons of free kick-off parties to celebrate on Thursday, July 1. The official event is at McMenamins Hillsdale Brewery, but dozens of bars across the city are offering free food or cheap beer or both. Plus, you can join beer guzzlers across the state in the 6 pm statewide toast. For a complete list of parties and events, visit oregoncraftbeermonth.com.

 
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