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Let’s Go Downtown “Free Fridays” Plaza Series From May to October, the Bo Diddley Community Plaza comes alive every Friday night  from 8-10 pm as our local and regional bands and performing arts are showcased under the stars. http://www.gvlculturalaffairs.org/website/programs_events/plaza_series/plaza.html

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Artwalk Gainesville is a free event on the last Friday of each month for connecting with art, artists, and community in a vibrant downtown. http://artwalk.ning.com/

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Saturday (May 30): Learn about meditation for people of all faiths and listen to poetry in a free class. “Ocean of Consciousness” will be held at the Headquarters Library on 401 E. University Avenue from 1-2:30 p.m. Free refreshments.

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Tomorrow (May 14): Get free admission to Kanapaha Botanical Gardens tomorrow as part of Gainesville’s tourism week. A 1.5-mile trail winds around 24 distinct gardens. Each garden — whether it be the Hummingbird Garden, the Water Garden or others — is organized taxonomically or reflects a principle of natural selection. Most gardens are in bloom […]

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Free Hydromassages For Moms

Print out this coupon to get a free hydromassage for your mom any time until May 24th. Hydromassages use warm water to massage muscles and soothe aches and pains. To see how it works, watch this animation. To use the coupon, find a studio near you and book an appointment. Here are two places in […]

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Saturday (May 9): Get free health screenings, bicycle helmet checks and educational information at the UF and Shands Family Health Fair and Treasure Hunt. There’s face painting, a bounce house and games and prizes for kids too. 10 a.m. – noon. Magnolia Parke at 4740 NW 39th Place.

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Green Drinks at Ti Amo Tomorrow

Wednesday (May 4): Gainesville Green Drinks meets at Ti Amo (12 SE 2nd Ave) from 6 to 8 p.m. Discuss environmental issues in Gainesville and learn about what local community and business leaders are doing to help the environment. Every first Wednesday of the month. Free.

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Thursday (April 9): Dr. Jared Diamond, a professor of geography at UCLA and a Pulitzer Prize winner, will discuss his new book, Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed. In “Collapse”, Diamond argues that environmental problems often cause ancient and modern societies — from the Vikings in Greenland to Rwanda — to fall apart. […]

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I love free stuff. I love it even more when people give me free stuff just because I exist. I’d like to think it’s just because I’m cool like that, but really, they’ll give it to anyone. Want yours? Check out these two sites and register to get free stuff on your birthday. BirthdayFreebies.com: With […]

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Donate Food and Get Ice Cream for $1 Today

“Today (March 24), donate a non-perishable food item to Ben & Jerry’s and get a scoop of ice cream for $1. They’ll deliver all the food to a local food bank and you can choose any flavor you want. But can I say a word about those canned lima beans in the back of your […]

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