Free Fun Shit: Feb 22-28: Urban beekeeping talks, Winter Fest in Lowell, Thunderbloods show (ex-Bodega Girls/Kingsley Flood members,) Beer book talk/tasting + more

The author of Beer Lover's New England talks beer at a talk/tasting thing at Trident Books on Thursday the 28th

What Time is it, Mr. Fox? Album Release Show | Release show for their new album Little Bit of Blue. Steampunk attire encouraged.. | UForge Gallery, 767 Centre St, Jamaica Plain | Friday, February 22 @ 7 pm |

Lowell Winter Fest | Most activities and events at Lowell's annual winter festival are free. Activities include a soup competition, microbrew showcase and competition (probs not free,) live music, a big trivia challenge, and more | Downtown Lowell | Friday, February 22 + Saturday, February 23 |

Overwinter w/ APiSOCIAL Saturdays | Lecture series about urban beekeeping as part of the Alternative Visions/Sustainable Futures programming and in conjunction with the exhibition System ECOnomies. Talks include "Teachers' Pets: An Introduction to Apiphilia" and more. Stick around after the lectures for drone music (get it?) by Borey Shin  | 808 Gallery at BU, 808 Comm Ave, Boston | Saturday, February 23 from 11:30 am to 7 pm | facebook event

UFC 157 Screening | Want to watch the big fight but don't want to shell out $60 for Pay-Per-View? Spirit Bar is screening it for free (and claim to be the only bar in the area doing so!) No cover before 8 pm, so get there early | Spirit Bar, 2046 Mass Ave, Cambridge | Saturday, February 23 before 8 pm |

Black History Month Celebration | Party with live music, soul food, and more | Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, 85 West Newton St, Boston | Saturday, February 23 from 3 to 5 pm | facebook event

Thunderbloods | Bluesy rock from ex-Bodega Girls/Kingsley Flood band members. Metal Feathers and Ramen Noodle Blackout share the bill | ZuZu, 474 Mass Ave, Cambridge | Monday, February 25 @ 10 pm |

Eros Screening | Screening of the 2004 Italian drama comprising three short segments directed by Steven Soderbergh, Michelangelo Antonioni, and Wong Kar-wai that address themes of love and sex | Harvard Film Archive in the Carpenter Center, 24 Quincy St, Cambridge | Tuesday, February 26 @ 7 pm |

Assemble! With Gallery Basquiat & Friends | Gallery Basquiat founder Aziza Robinson curated mix-media works from local artists for this edition of the Future Boston presented creative event | Emerald Lounge, 200 Stuart St, Boston | Wednesday, February 27 @ 7 pm |

Beer Lover's New England: Reading And Tasting | Author Norman Miller discusses his book and guides attendees on a tasting of some New England's beers | Trident Booksellers & Café, 338 Newbury St, Boston | Thursday, February 28 @ 7:30 pm |

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