Welcome to the weekend.
Welcome to the weekend.
Photo by Michele Eve Sandberg

Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend

Whether you blew your dough splurging on Memorial Day Weekend, buying the perfect Mother's Day gift, or going nuts on National Hamburger Day, you just don't have adequate party funds. But that doesn't mean you can't party. Here are five events under $6 that will leave you happy and rich. Well, maybe not rich, but at least you'll be having fun. 

Who will win the battle of the brew?
Who will win the battle of the brew?

5. The Art of Coffee | May Art Walk

6 p.m. Saturday, May 30, at C&I Studios. 541 NW 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook

If you're one of those I don't drink coffee people, our condolences. During this month's FAT Village Art Walk, C&I Studios is hosting every single coffee company in South Florida, and they'll all be showing why their cup of joe is the best. Look at funky art and sample some of the area's best brewed café. You won't be able to sleep for months, but it'll be worth it! 

4. Fuzzhound, Gallimimus, Skoros at Propaganda Lake Worth

8 p.m. Friday, May 29, at Propaganda Lake Worth. 6 S J St, Lake Worth. 21+ $5, 18+ $10. Visit Facebook

It’s a ménage a trois of indie rock at Propaganda Lake Worth tonight. For the mere price of five clams, you will be able to check out local bands Fuzzhound, Gallimimus, and Skoros. Two for one cocktails and half off brews until 10 p.m. makes this event that much sweeter. 

Happy birthday, Buddha!
Happy birthday, Buddha!
Photo by James Argyropoulos

3. Funky Buddha Brewery's 2-Year Anniversary

12 p.m. Saturday, May 30 at Funky Buddha Brewery. 1201 NE 38th St, Oakland Park. $6 beer tickets, $5 parking in lot. Visit Facebook.

If Oakland’s Funky Buddha Brewery had an astrological sign, it would be a Gemini. Tomorrow marks the South Florida palace's second birthday, and it’s celebrating in the funkiest way possible. There will be live music, food trucks, and of course, delicious beer. Jams include Grateful Dead tribute band Crazy Fingers, Fort Lauderdale's own Sosos, Hoy Polloy, and reggae band The Resolvers. 

Our friend over at the food section put together this comprehensive guide to Buddha's birthday party to make things easier for you.

Chloe Dolandis is back.
Chloe Dolandis is back.
Courtesy of Chloe Dolandis

2. Chloe Dolandis EP Release Party

8 p.m. Friday, May 29, at Stache, 109 SW Second Ave., Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Boca's own Chloe Dolandis will be debuting her new EP There's More. The jazz singer is excited to show off her range with these new songs. “The songs are all really heartfelt,” Dolandis told New Times . “I’ve been all over the country since 2011, and I feel this EP is really in touch with what I’ve gone through over the past few years. Attendees will be the first to receive download codes for the new EP.

1. The Calm, Mike Valdes and the Noise, Everett, and more at Anonymous Guitars

6 p.m. Sunday, May 31, at Anonymous Guitars. 10778 NW 53rd St, Sunrise. No cover. Visit Facebook

You can count on Anonymous Guitars to make this list just about every week. The local music shop brings free (or very cheap) entertainment to town almost every week. This Sunday's show consists of eight bands, including The Calm, They Cage the Animals, ZEN, and more. Even your pickiest of friends is bound to hear something they like. 

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