Culture Club Cheese Bar will be serving up $5 plates of delicious, melted raclette on Sunday. Chrisbm / Shutterstock

It's almost the weekend—do you know what you're doing yet? If not, there are still lots of cheap and easy things to do that require very little advance planning. Here are 33 events under $10, from a Lunar New Year celebration at the Asian Art museum to the Crocodile's Super Bowl viewing party with free pizza to a Mardi Gras pub crawl. For even more options this weekend, check out our complete Things To Do calendar.

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FRIDAY
1. Sex and Cannabis
"At Babeland's latest stony/sexy event, Chelsea Cebara-sex activist and a budtender for Dockside, one of Seattle's largest pot retailers-breaks down the ins and outs of 'libido-enhancing strains, lubes, massage oils, bath products, and edibles, just in time for Valentine's Day!' If that wasn't incentive enough, there's free bubbly. You'd be a fool to miss it." -Tobias Coughlin-Bogue (Capitol Hill, free)

2. Victoria Dan & Madeline Owen
Light refreshments are available at this gallery party for Abbey Arts' Young Artists Victoriana Dan and Madeline Owen. (Fremont, free)

3. Mr. T's Happy Hour
A "wig and onesie party," where the more ridiculous you are, the better it is. (Ballard, free)

4. Anastacia Tolbert and Cave Canem
Anastacia Tolbert joins other members of the African American poetry group for this reading. (Capitol Hill, free)

5. Curtis Steiner: Tobey In Blue
A calligraphic installation, meaning taking line drawing and blowing it out into three dimensions—using thousands and thousands of blue drinking straws. Also on display are Steiner's meticulous paintings on antique and handmade paper, and a freestanding sculpture that transforms a coatrack into a waterfall. (Georgetown, free)

6. Forever Young '80s Dance Party
DJs Leah Rosen, Alan Szymkowiak, & Lars Laing-Peterson take you on a tour of the sounds of the eighties. (Pioneer Square, $5)

7. Ravenna Woods, Frog Eyes, Bigfoot Wallace & His Wicked Sons, and Charms
Frog Eyes bring their artsy rock to the Black Lodge, after having to cancel last year due to visa issues. (Eastlake, $5 suggested donation)

8. JK Pop!
Have you ever heard Japanese and Korean "intergalactic pop music"? Now you will, at The Crocodile's "full-blown audio/visual experience celebrating the various sights, sounds, and styles of Japan & South Korea," which promises to be the "best dance party you'll ever attend!" (Belltown, $5)

9. Skating Polly and Peg
It's a night of young, energetic punk and pop at the Vera Project. (Seattle Center, $8/$10)

10. reSET
"Curated by Mark Haim, Babette Pendleton, and Ali Mohamed el-Gasseir, reSET is a sort of arts-share dance series put on by the Washington Ensemble Theatre. Choreographers perform new pieces using the set for whatever play the company happens to be producing at that time." -Rich Smith (Capitol Hill, $10)

11. Research
"The Research crew’s name isn’t a misnomer: They do the legwork to assure that you’ll do the footwork at their events. Their high-quality bookings continue with New Jersey’s Joey Anderson, who creates some of the modern era’s most interesting and strange house music." -Dave Segal (Downtown, $10)

SATURDAY
12. Mardi Gras Pub Crawl
It's a 14-hour pub crawl to celebrate Mardi Gras; what could possibly go wrong? (Free)

13. First Free Saturday: Lunar New Year
In honor of the Lunar New Year, the Asian Art Museum will have live martial arts performances, music, costumes, and "family friendly sketching tours" throughout the galleries. (Capitol Hill, free)

14. Nighttime Low Tide Beach Walk
Explore and learn about the creatures and organisms that live in low tide at this relaxed evening beach walk. (Downtown, free)

15. Trisha Brown: In Plain Site
Trisha Brown: In Plain Site draws pieces from Brown's choreography over the years to create a unique site-specific installation that "allows Brown’s dances to be freed from the constrictions of the conventional stage and to be once again performed in unexpected locations." (Downtown, free)

16. Ballard Public Lofts & Market: Grand Opening!
Local beers, small bites from Copine, and live music are promised at this grand opening event for Ballard Public, a new apartment & retail space. Make sure to bring your non-perishable donation for the Ballard Food Bank! (Ballard, free)

17. Coconut Porter Luau Party
The owner's of Spinnaker Bay Brewing, Washington's only 100-percent women-owned microbrewery, are hosting a luau to celebrate their seasonal coconut porter, complete with Hawaiian food and live music. (Hillman City, no cover)

18. Sanctified
Go enjoy some darkwave, electronic body music, and goth at Kremwerk. (Downtown, free)

19. In Search of Conjunctions
This multimedia exhibition features new drawing, photography, video, and sculpture by Demian DinéYazhi’, Kerry Downey, Gabriel Jesiolowski, Ellen Lesperance and Sara Osebold, emphasizing "critical linguistic wit" alongside artistic depictions. (Georgetown, free)

20. Page to Screen: Hear the Story, See the Film
Both cinema and literature geeks alike will delight at this free event at the Central Library. Audiences will take in both a short story and a movie that it inspired, in addition to discussion about the nature of adaptation. This Saturday features High Noon, with Gary Cooper (1952); based on “The Tin Star,” by John W. Cunningham (1947). (Downtown, free)

21. Suzanne Wolfe
British (and now local) author Suzanne Wolfe comes by Elliott Bay to talk about her newest title, Confessions of X, a historical romance about Augustine of Hippo's nameless lover. (Capitol Hill, free)

22. Songs by Johannes Brahms
The Ladies Musical Club takes on the work of Brahms at a free concert at the always free Frye. (First Hill, free)

23. Re-Ignition, Wiscon, and Freeway Park
Bad Brains tribute band Re-Ignition headlines the Central Saloon. (Pioneer Square, $5)

24. Wine Shots: My Bloody Valen-Wine
This all-female comedy variety show comes complete with an all-female Michael Bolton cover band, Lightning Bolton. Organized by the very funny Elicia Sanchez, it’s every second Sunday of the month in the Grotto at the Rendezvous, and every audience member gets a free shot of wine. (Capitol Hill, $5)

25. Band it Live
Expect covers of Billy Idol, Patsy Cline, and Soundgarden at this edition of Band It! (Ballard, $7)

26. ARCO Does the Bs
Contemporary/revisionist classicists ARCO take on the work of Beethoven, Brahms, and Bach. (Capitol Hill, $9)

27. Jai Ho! Dance Party
Jai Ho returns to Nectar for a night of Bollywood, bhangra, and other Indian-flavored beats. (Fremont, $10)

28. Northwest Tea Festival Lunar New Year Party
The Northwest Tea Festival is kicking off the 2016 World of Tea series with "exciting and delicious Chinese teas, but nothing picked by monkeys!" (Rainier Valley, $10)

SUNDAY
29. Raclette Sunday
"Raclette is a rich, nutty, semi-hard cheese that originated in the Valais region of Alpine Switzerland. It tastes especially good melted, which, according to legend, is what shepherds did with it when they’d gather together on cold nights in the fields. ... The communal spirit of raclette lives on at Capitol Hill’s Culture Club Cheese Bar, where they’ll be melting a giant wheel of raclette and serving it up with potatoes and cornichons (and probably some very nice wine)." -Angela Garbes

30. Crocodile Super Bowl Viewing Party
Benefits of watching the game at the Croc's back bar instead of at home: free pizza (while supplies last), drink specials, and no cleaning up. Plus, see more Super Bowl parties. (Belltown, free)

31. Fresh Look
Artists: Get a new set of loving yet helpful eyes on the artwork (sketches, scripts, paintings) you've been stressing about. BYOB. (Ballard, free)

32. Turbo Turkey: St. Valentine's Day Laughacre
Turbo Turkey bring the improv sensibility to that most hallowed of romantic dates, Valentine's Day. (Belltown, $5)

33. Eyelids, Tommy Keene, and Zebra Hunt
If you like music played by humans with guitars and brains, you're unlikely to happen upon a better three-band bill than this trifecta of power-pop prowess. (Ballard, $8)

34. Weird and Awesome with Emmett Montgomery
On the first Sunday of each month, comedy, variety, and "a parade of wonder and awkward sharing" are hosted by the self-proclaimed "mustache wizard" Emmett Montgomery. (Capitol Hill, $10)