Friday, April 20
Stop by the Big Book Sale at Book Corner (10 a.m.) to pick up some summer reading to benefit the Free Library.
Guys Night Out goes to see The Tempermentals (6:45 p.m.), a play set in McCarthy’s pre-Stonewall America, at the Adrienne Theatre.
Men of All Colors Together hosts a meet and greet at the William Way (7:30 p.m.).
The Opera Company of Philadelphia presents Manon Lescaut (8 p.m.) at the Academy of Music.
Alison Krauss & Union Station plays Caesars Atlantic City (9 p.m.).
Happy third anniversary, Stimulus! The women’s party celebrates (10 p.m.) at Shampoo with a four-hour open bar.
Saturday, April 21
Philaventures takes a hike (8 a.m.) along the Appalachian Trail.
Find out more about healthcare concerns during Queers as Caregivers (2 p.m.) at the William Way.
Meet Joseph R. G. DeMarco, the author of Crimes on Latimer, during a book signing and reading at Giovanni’s Room (5:30 p.m.).
Sisters hosts a dance party fundraiser for the Anna Crusis Choir (6 p.m.) with DJ Sandi Stabler, an open mic, raffle and door prizes.
GayBINGO! goes Way Off Broadway (7 p.m.) at the Gershman Y to benefit the AIDS Fund.
Check out the Pop-Up Museum of Queer History (7 p.m.) at the William Way. We talked to the creator about the Philly highlights.
Strip down for Stir Lounge‘s first-ever underwear party (9 p.m.) with DJ HiLo.
Jocks channel their inner Disco Diva during Greater Philadelphia Flag Football League’s monthly fundraiser at Venture Inn (10 p.m.) with swinging 70s tunes by Salotta Tea.
Get ready for Philadelphia Black Gay Pride during Saturday Night Live (10 p.m), a women’s dance party at Tabu with prizes for the most colorful attire.
Get out the vote during a Gayborhood bar crawl with Liberty City (10 p.m.). The crawl starts at Knock with candidates Patrick Murphy, Brian Sims and Fatimah Muhammad.
Sunday, April 22
SisterSpace hosts a tea dance at Crimson Moon Tavern (1 p.m.) in Wilmington, Del., as the group gears up for SisterSpace Weekend in September.
Kembrel hosts it’s first in a designer trunk series (5 p.m.) with local designers including Kenneth Zane, Duke & Winston and Haight Ashbury.
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