Weekend Roundup

The ultimate LGBT events guide

Friday, Nov. 30

InLiquid goes to the William Way this weekend (5 p.m.) with original fine art for holiday gift giving.

The Red Ribbon Awards (5 p.m.) will be given out at City Hall when Jose Benitez, Dr. Amy Nunn, Kevin Burns, Hasima Mannon and Pastor Arlene Mills are honored.

Philadelphia FIGHT is celebrating more than 20 years during the We Remember Gala (6 p.m.) at the Racquet Club of Philadelphia.

The Trestle Inn hosts the Why We Love Philly party (6 p.m.) with IndyHall, Young Involved Philadelphians and Philly Love Notes.

Find out all about the Anatomy of Pleasure with ScrewSmart (7 p.m.) at Passional.

Into leather guys? Best get to the Leather/Blue Collar Weekend at Rainbow Mountain Resort (8 p.m.) in East Stroudsburg where there’s a best dressed contest, karaoke and dance party. Even the hot tub is open.

Or you could audition to be the next Sisters Siren (9 p.m.). The lesbian nightclub is looking for a few good women who are flirty and can dance.

Channel your inner American Idol during karaoke at the Beagle Tavern (9:30 p.m.) in Norristown.

It’s the fourth annual Black and White Affair (10 p.m.) and the birthday bash for Stimulus hosts Morgan and Amber at Voyeur.

Saturday, Dec. 1

Deck the halls on East Passyunk Avenue (9 a.m.) all weekend long.

Philadelphia magazine’s Design Home is selling its fab accessories (1 p.m.) in Berwyn.

The Print Center is hosting its annual auction (5 p.m.) with great art to buy for the holidays.

The Penn Jersey Roller Derby’s Golden Ghouls take on the Black Eyed Suzies at the Flyers Skate Zone (5 p.m.) in Voorhees.

The 21st annual Miss Gay Pennsylvania Pageant (6 p.m.) goes to New Hope to showcase the region’s beauties.

The Philadelphia Freedom Band plays its annual holiday concert (7 p.m.) at the Academy of Natural Sciences.

It’s the Miss Diva Queen Pageant (7 p.m.) at the Deja Vu Social Club.

TOY is back (8 p.m.), but this time at Reading Terminal Market to benefit the Delaware Valley Legacy Fund.

It’s Ladies Night at the Beagle Tavern (9 p.m.) in Norristown.

Go Red for Gaga with G Philly (9 p.m.) at Sisters where you could win two tickets to see Lady Gaga’s sold-out show.

Tabu turns into Santaland (10 p.m.) during a holiday blow-out by the Liberty Bears.

Sugar Town hosts Rainbow Destroyers, Sgt. Sass, Glitterlust, DJ Nasty Sinatra and more (10 p.m.) at Kung Fu Necktie.

DJ Colette plays Voyeur’s Ruby Lounge (10 p.m.).

Sunday, Dec. 2

Out and Faithful goes to the Church of the Holy Trinity (11 a.m.).

Dos Segundos is raising money for the victims of Hurricane Sandy (9 p.m.).

Planning an LGBT-friendly event? Tell us about it: nmcdonald@phillymag.com

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