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KLUTCH DROP: Portland artist Klutch, known for his brightly painted salvaged skateboards and feathery, flowing murals, is selling every piece he has in stock at 30 to 50 percent off his usual prices. Many pieces are in the $10-to-$50 range, and most are made of reclaimed materials. The sale runs through Dec. 30. Meat Cheese Bread, 1416 SE Stark St., klutch.org.
MOVE IT: Polaris Contemporary Dance hosts “Free to Dance Day” at its Goose Hollow neighborhood studio this Saturday. Portlanders interested in dance classes but hesitant to make a commitment can try out courses in ballet, hip-hop, modern, jazz, aerial, contemporary, yoga, Pilates and Gyrotonic—all for free. Polaris Contemporary Dance Center, 1501 SW Taylor St., 380-5472, polarisdance.org. 10 am-5 pm Saturday, Dec. 5.
MORE ART: Reading Frenzy opens its annual Cheap Art Craft Show this Thursday, with free beer by Ninkasi (yay!) and works by over 40 artists priced at $50 or less. 921 SW Oak St., 274-1449, readingfrenzy.com. Opening party 6-9 pm Thursday, Dec. 3.
GENTLE WEEPERS: WW’s Michael Mannheimer says, “If anyone doubts that winter really is the new summer, then tell ’em not to miss electropop duo Wampire, who create woobly, shifting pop songs with just two guitars and a lone MacBook.” Berbati’s Pan, 231 SW Ankeny St., 248-4579, berbati.com. 10 pm Saturday, Dec. 5. 21+. Free.
VINTAGE MONSTERS: North Tabor neighborhood coffeehouse the Brews Brothers screens B movies every Thursday evening, with free popcorn and happy-hour prices throughout. This week’s feature is the 1953 Zsa Zsa Gabor vehicle Queen of Outer Space. 445 NE 70th Ave., 360-1439, thebrewsbrothersonline.com.
POLLY WANNA PABST: North Lombard Street’s the Blue Parrot, made about 100 times more queer-friendly by its new owners, offers $1.50 Pabst Blue Ribbon and Jell-O shots all day. 3416 N Lombard St., 240-0249