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STRIKE: Walk up to the counter at Grand Central bowling anytime before Sept. 15 and say, “I’m a cheapskate.” They’ll give you a game on the house. 839 SE Morrison St., 236-2695, thegrandcentralbowl.com. 21+ after 9 pm.
RELAX: Michael Larson, licensed massage therapist, offers first-time customers a 60-minute massage for $40—that’s $20 off his usual rate. He also gives a $10 discount to all card-carrying Bicycle Transportation Alliance members. 3810 SE Belmont St., 449-1932, themusclerelaxer.com.
GET FIT: Not sure which trendy fitness regimen is right for you? Try out yoga, parkour, kung fu and CrossFit at an all-afternoon class at the Academy of Kung Fu. The $20 fee includes three hours of classes and a chair massage. 3228 SE 21st Ave., 772-0600, academyofkungfu.org. 2-5 pm Saturday, Aug. 1.
LEARN: Skill Share Studio, a “community-supported education space dedicated to creative collaboration and accessible arts and sustainability education,” hosts a block party Friday, July 31, with free craft workshops, a barbecue picnic and performances by the Tumblers and Cabbage. 3969 NE Rodney Ave., skillsharestudio.org. 4-10 pm Friday, July 31. All ages.
EAT: Northeast 82nd Avenue bar Red Room offers $3 food from 4 to 8 pm Monday through Friday, including onion rings, calamari and the Red Room house burger. 2530 NE 82nd Ave., 256-3399,
DANCE: Middle Eastern chamber ensemble Al-Andalus and Spanish music trio Guardia Civil perform a free outdoor concert with Grammy-winning violinist Charlie Bisharat, flamenco dancer Laura Dubroka and singer Emily Henke. Washington Park Rose Garden Amphitheater, 400 SW Kingston Ave., 823-2525. 6 pm Monday, Aug. 3. Free.