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October 21st, 2009 BEN WATERHOUSE | Cheapskate
 

The Best Cheap And Free Deals In Town

     
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GET INKED: Christy Fish of Adorn Body Art is offering 50 percent off Halloween-themed tattoos from its house collection of vintage clip-art every weekend until Oct. 31. 2535 SE Belmont St., 232-6222, adornbodyart.com.

GET BIKED: United Bicycle Institute, Portland’s bike mechanic school, will hold an open house this Saturday with a frame-building demo, raffles, tech clinics and a bike show. 3961 N Williams Ave., bikeschool.com. 10 am-5 pm Saturday, Oct. 24. Free.

GET WED: Why not? In the crazy bizarro world of the wedding industry, a $99 gown might as well be free, so find someone you can stand to live with for the next 50 years and set a date. Brides Against Breast Cancer, a touring sale of used-but-good wedding dresses that benefits the Portland-based Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation, lands in Beaverton this Wednesday-Sunday. Not only will you get a lovely gown for 10 percent of its retail price, but your money will go toward granting the wishes of stage IV breast cancer patients. Canyon Place Shopping Center, 4005 SW 117th Ave., Beaverton, bridesagainstbreastcancer.org. 10 am-8 pm Wednesday-Saturday, 10 am-5 pm Sunday. Free admission.

GET FED: Old Town’s hipster haven, Tube, offers $2 food, tall boys and well drinks from 5-10 pm nightly. Not cheap enough? How about $1 drafts all night on Wednesdays? 18 NW 3rd Ave., 241-8823, myspace.com/tubepdx. 21+.

GET SUNG TO: The College Music Society is in town this week for its annual concert. In addition to all the meetings and lectures and whatnot, the society will present a concert of music by students and faculty members, performed by the Oregon Repertory Singers, Indiana’s Euclid Quartet and PSU musicians. The Old Church, 1422 SW 11th Ave., 222-2031. 8 pm Thursday, Oct. 22. Free.

 
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