04/25/2011 10:52 am ET Updated Jun 25, 2011

Free Events In Denver This Week 4/25-5/1

With these five awesome and diverse activities this week, there is something for everyone to do in the city -- but leave your wallet at home; your money is no good at any of these events.

Barton Fink screening at Denver Public Library, Central Branch: Film aficionados, come out and watch the second screening in the Denver Public Library's Coen Brothers Film Series, "Barton Fink." Watch the flick and afterward join film critic Walter Chaw for a lively discussion of what makes their work so memorable. "Barton Fink" tells the story of a New York playwright who moves to L.A. in the 1940s and suffers from a terrible writer's block.
Tues., Apr. 26, 6 - 9pm
10 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy.; 720-865-1111

WordNerds at Novo Coffee: For lovers of words, don't miss this chance to play Scrabble, Boggle, Balderdash, Apples to Apples and many more with fellow word enthusiasts (read: nerds). And while you defeat your foe on in word battle, enjoy some wine, coffee and snacks from Novo.
Wed., Apr. 27 at 5 - 8pm
1200 Acoma St., Unit A #101; 720-496-4146

Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour: Beer lovers, come and see how one of the world's most popular beers are crafted. Sample the hundreds of brews available from classic brands to special new beers. Then wrap it up with a visit to the Clydesdale ranch and interact with these beautiful and iconic animals.
Apr. 28 - May 1, 10am - 4pm
2351 Busch Dr., Fort Collins; 970-490-4691

Chef Shellie Kark at Denver Public Library, Central Branch: Budding chefs, don't miss this chance to learn from Chef Shellie Kark as she takes you on a tour of contemporary and traditional Jewish comfort foods. Featuring samples and recipes from the Ashkenazi Jewish tradition with a special focus on holishkes or Jewish stuffed cabbage.
Sun., May 1, 2 - 3pm
10 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy.; 720-865-1111

World Laughter Day at Washington Street Community Center: Started in 1998 by Madan Kataria, founder of the worldwide Laughter Yoga movement, World Laughter Day is fun and hilarious, but it's meant to celebrate and encourage global consciousness and the brotherhood of humankind through the universal language of laughter.
Sun., May 1, noon - 2pm
809 S. Washington St.; 303-733-4643