3 community events in Houston, for $20 or less

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3 local events that won't break your bank (KTRK)

Want to get out and about this weekend -- without breaking the bank? Here are three enticing community events charging less than $20 a pop to get into the door.

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Hip Hop Vintage Flea Market at the Houston Graffiti Building

South Houston's monthly Hip Hop Vintage Flea Market is popping up for a special mid-month edition this Saturday. More than 30 vendors will display and sell cultural and vintage wares as an array of artists -- including MCs, DJs, breakdancers and graffiti artists -- showcase their talents.

When: Saturday, July 14, 1-6 p.m.
Where: Houston Graffiti Building, 2011 Leeland St.
Admission: Free

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H-Town On Tap Beer Festival

Head over to Water Works Park this Saturday evening for the H-Town On Tap beer festival. The event will feature the creations of more than 100 local and national brewers -- including a few rare finds. Guests will also enjoy a selection of food trucks, live music and interactive activities.

When: Saturday, July 14, 4-10 p.m.
Where: Water Works Park, 105 Sabine St.
Admission: $5-$10

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Bastille Day at Houston Polo Club

French nationals and Francophiles alike are invited to the Houston Polo Club for a Bastille Day dance party. The polo club will provide French and American bites for purchase -- including sweet and savory crepes, sliders, salads and ice cream -- as well as live music, and guests are welcome to bring their own beer and wine.

When: Saturday, July 14, 7-11 p.m.
Where: Houston Polo Club, 8552 Memorial Drive
Admission: $15-$20 general admission; free for children

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