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GET LIKE GUMBY: Friendly House, the Northwest neighborhood center nonprofit, offers free yoga to Portlanders making less than $23,750 per year—bring proof of your income to register. 1737 NW 26th Ave., 228-4391. 9-10 am Mondays.
GAME ON: Tiger’s Cafe, a Buckman neighborhood Lebanese restaurant and bar, gives free appetizers to the first five customers to start board or card games on Monday nights. 2045 SE Belmont St., 239-1887, tigerscafepdx.com. 6 pm to close Mondays.
OLYMPIAN ROCK: Nothing says summertime like a free show featuring our favorite Olympia band, LAKE, whose charming and surprisingly funky indie pop is impossible to resist. Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison St., holocene.org. 8:30 pm Thursday,
July 2. Free. 21+.
SCIENCE ON THE CHEAP: Admission to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is just $2 from 9:30 am to 7 pm this Sunday, just as it is the first Sunday of every month. OMSI, 1945 SE Water Ave., 797-4671, omsi.edu.
IN HIDING: The snappy, totally unsurly service at Hawthorne Hideaway makes the $2 happy hour well drinks and $3 microbrew pints taste all the sweeter. 2221 SE Hawthorne Blvd., 445-4600. 3-7 pm daily.
COOL IT: It’s summer, you need a beer float, and Wizer’s in Lake O has got all the fixings, cheap. This week, six-packs of Widmer beer are $5.49 (save $1.50), and quarts of Umpqua ice cream sell two-for-one ($5). Wizer’s Foods, 330 1st St., Lake Oswego, 636-1414, wizers.com.
BON TEMPS: Wait, doesn’t “Mardi Gras” mean “Fat Tuesday”? Regardless, Acadia Bistro is hosting summer Mardi Gras Mondays, featuring eight entrees under 10 bucks. Still hungry? You can make it a three-course meal for $17.95, which includes this Creole eatery’s legendary bread pudding with Grand Marnier white chocolate sauce. Acadia Bistro, 1303 NE Fremont St., 249-5001, creolapdx.com.