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Five Things to Do This Weekend Under $12

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3. Caturday Saturday Masquerade Ball

Caturday Saturday Masquerade Ball. 8 p.m., Saturday, July 19, at Stache, 109 SW Second Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Visit stacheftl.com, caturdaysaturday.com, and brandogramography.com.

Embrace you inner cat lady at the third annual Caturday in Fort Lauderdale. Guests will receive cat masks and champagne upon entering, and they can also snatch a copy of the Kitten Empire Gazette while listening to the soulful sounds of Chloe Dolandis.

Feline festivities continue with kitty burlesque, tuna sashimi from "Sushi Song," gourmet crepes, a cat-focused art gallery, a photo booth, a Midnight Mar-Kat, and the chance to adopt a kitty through the do-gooder org the Cat Network.

See also: Caturday Saturday Masquerade Ball at Stache Celebrates Feline Love with the Cat Network

2. RedEYE REboot

6 p.m., Saturday, July 19, at ArtServe, 1350 E. Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale. Cover is $12. Visit Facebook.

RedEYE's REboot features everything live, art and bands included. You can catch musical and dance performances by Octo Gato, Speaking Volumes, Wilton Drive, and OsunDara Yoruba Dance Theatre. As for the art, there will be comics, street artist, body painting, and so much more. This is more art than Fort Lauderdale's seen since last year's RedEYE. Going nine years strong, this is where Broward County gets truly creative.

See also: RedEye Reboots at ArtServe

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