Blue Moon Tavern is having a Pride and Prejudice and Zombies party on Sunday to celebrate the release of the new film.

It's almost the weekend—do you know what you're doing yet? Don't worry, because a launch party for The Paramount Theatre's new arts space, a Bowie tribute evening, and Martha Rosler's "Housing Is a Human Right" talk are all things you could do for under $10 this weekend. Below you'll find even more events under $10, and you can find a complete list of events happening this weekend on our Things To Do calendar.

1. Illuminating Black Art in Seattle: Re:definition Gallery Launch
Enjoy drinks, hors d'oeuvres, and entertainment at a launch party for The Paramount Theatre's new arts space at the lobby bar. Re:definition is only open to Paramount ticket holders during performances, and once a month for a free tour, so make sure to head down and check it out during this rare public event. (Downtown, free)

2. Django's Birthday Party
Local gypsy jazz musicians will celebrate the 106th birthday of Django Reinhardt, regarded as one of the best guitar players of all time. (Columbia City, free)

3. Craft & Culture Anniversary Pop Up Shop
This event celebrates both the 5 year anniversary of Craft & Culture (an online boutique) and the opening of Standard Goods in Capitol Hill. On Friday night, you'll be treated to drinks, music by Maiah Manser, and photography by Lauren Rodriguez. On Saturday and Sunday, come by Standard Goods for a pop up shop from Craft & Culture. (Capitol Hill)

4. British Tribute Evening
It's a night of Zeppelin, the Who, and (dearly departed) Davie Bowie tribute acts. (West Seattle, $7)

5. Date Night with Rocky's Revival
Rocky's Revival brings the romance to Columbia City, along with a screening of Almost Famous and a wine tasting package for $15 a head. (Columbia City, $8)

6. Inverted Space New Music Ensemble
The Modern Music ensemble performs both the “classics” of the modern era and hot-off-the-presses works from the best of today’s composers, including UW faculty and students. (University District, $10)

7. Martha Rosler: Housing Is a Human Right
Presented in conjunction with If You Lived Here Still at The New Foundation Seattle, this talk by Martha Rosler, Alison Eisinger (from the Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness), and guests will address the ways in which housing is a human right. (Downtown, free)

8. Star Trek Geek Out: A Weekend of Star Trek Revelry
The Seattle Public Library and Experience Music Project come together for a weekend to create a Trekkie experience for all. (Downtown, free)

9. Sunil Yapa
Sunil Yapa reads from his new novel Your Heart Is a Muscle the Size of a Fist, a book embedded in Seattle geography and the WTO protests. (Capitol Hill, free)

10. PoP uP Tile Sale
Artist Laura Brodax will have her vintage and quirky tile on sale at this weekend pop-up event. (Mount Baker)

11. COLOR US D-E-A-F: The Art of Ann Silver & Nancy Rourke
This multimedia event featuring deaf artists and activists Ann Silver and Nancy Rourke promises a presentation, art exhibit, book signing, and reception. (Fremont, free)

12. Lazerkitty
Cinematic electro-rock trio Lazer Kitty headlines at the High Dive. (Fremont, $8)

13. Mommy Long Legs, Wimps, and Boyfriends
"Mommy Long Legs! Boyfriends! Wimps! I wanna doodle all their names in Sharpie in bubble letters on my beat up Converse shoes. ... This lineup is all killer, no filler." -Robin Edwards (Columbia City, $10)

14. Pride & Prejudice & Zombies Night
Celebrate the upcoming film that paints the Bennet sisters as zombie-fighting heroes. (University District, free)

15. January Ladies Night
Head to Push/Pull to meet fellow ladies, and work on crafts, art, comics, plus whatever other projects you may have up your sleeve. Bring refreshments to share! (Ballard, free)

16. Charlie Chaplin Double Feature
Two short Charlie Chaplin silent films: The Rink, a slapstick story of a rollerskating waiter, and The Kid, Chaplin's first full-length film about an adopted child sidekick. (Tacoma, $8)

17. Stories: Local Songwriters Showcase
Dead Meadows' Jason Simon, Corespondents' Gabriel Mintz, Wayfinders' Jan Norberg, Great Spiders' Omar Schambacher, and DJ Aykut Ozen present a local songwriters showcase. (Capitol Hill, $5)

18. Piggyback: Stand Up and Improv Unite!
Unexpected Productions puts on a double-header of stand-up and improv comedy—in the same show! We hear that's uncommon. (Downtown, $10)

19. Woman of Tokyo
Wayne Horvitz performs a live score to the classic, Woman of Tokyo. (Columbia City, $10)