Holiday Roundup (Thanksgiving Edition)

As the parties get started tonight, we let you know where to celebrate through the weekend

Wednesday, Nov. 23

Club In or Out in Hammonton, N.J., hosts its Thanksgiving Eve Party featuring an 80s and 90s review with Vanessa Demonet, Kristen as Madonna and DJ Jerzy Jeff.

Ladies 2000 takes over Tavern on Camac for a pre-Thanksgiving party (8 p.m.) featuring DJ Kim Dazy from P-Town’s legendary Boatslip.

The Pink Pub Crawl kicks off at Stir (9 p.m.) and weaves its way around the Gayborhood, stopping at Tabu (10:30 p.m.), Woody’s (11:30 p.m.) and Voyeur (12:30 p.m.).

Sisters hosts its annual Wild Turkey Throwdown (8 p.m.) with DJ Sandi in the lounge and DJ Steven Singer on the dance floor.

The Butterball dance party gets started at Stir (9 p.m.) with DJ Sal-Vee (a.k.a. Salotta Tea) with new hits and old favorites.

Woody’s reschedules College Night to make room for a big gay Thanksgiving Eve Party (9 p.m.) with DJs Dozia and Tripp.

The Scene wants you to dance your you-know-what off at Voyeur (9 p.m.) with DJ Goddess to benefit Sink or Swim Philadelphia. Early revelers could win Amazon gift cards.

Network with LGBT Latinos at the Raices Celebrates Accion de Gracias (9 p.m.) at QBA Lounge. There will be live performances by Mryna Elena, along with raffles, food, drink specials, poetry readings and salsa lessons by La Negrita Celeste Polanco.

ICandy does GAYGLO (10 p.m.), a glow dance party with DJ Domenic Romeo. The first 250 people get official GAYGLO tees.

Sandy Beach celebrates his birthday with a live show at Venture Inn (10:30 p.m.). Click here to find out what his fans and friends have to say about the veteran performer as he celebrates another milestone.

The Raven hosts the Pluck Your Turkey dance party (11 p.m.) in New Hope with DJ Michael DeCero.

And in Atlantic City, RuPaul’s Drag Race alum Mimi Imfurst performs Divas on the Dancefloor: The Dollhouse Review (11 p.m.) at Pro Bar at Resorts.

Thursday, Nov. 24

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Happy Thanksgiving! Hungry? Here are a few places serving dinner today:

The Raven in New Hope offers a special Thanksgiving menu (starting at 2 p.m).

William Way hosts a Thanksgiving Potluck (3 p.m.). Please call in advance to reserve a spot and find out what to bring.

Knock is open for dinner (starting at 4 p.m.).

Venture is also open, but for bar service only (11 a.m.).

Dance off that big dinner at Woody’s during College Night (9 p.m.) for those 18 and older.

Friday, Nov. 25

Stop by the Christmas Village in Love Park to get your holiday shopping started. Matthew Izzo and other LGBT-owned retailers will be in the mix.

Kick off the holidays at A Longwood Garden Christmas (9 a.m.) with a tree display, 500,000 lights and festive music.

The Brandywine River Museum starts its holiday celebration with A Brandywine Christmas (9:30 a.m.) featuring a model railroad and Victorian dollhouse.

Check out the Comcast Holiday Spectacular (10 a.m.), a 15-minute show on the LED video wall, at the Comcast Center.

Take a stroll through H.F. DuPont’s mansion during Yuletide at Winterthur (10 a.m.).

DJ Deejay plays The Barbary (10 p.m.).

Women’s party The Black Friday Affair (11 p.m.) takes over 90 Degrees for an evening with DJs DJ JStarr and Cuzin B with host So So.

Saturday, Nov. 26

American Express cardmembers can earn $25 just for shopping at small businesses today as part of Small Business Saturday.

Bucks County Animal Rescue is offering free microchipping for pets (10 a.m.) at Pet Valu in Newtown.

Bryn Mawr College showcases highlights from its photography collection during “Double Take” (12 p.m.).

The King & I plays the Walnut Street Theatre (2 p.m.).

Union Transfer hosts Winter Beerfest with a tasting of 100 international beers.

The Main Line Opera Guild presents “Holiday Music from Around the World” (7:30 p.m.) at the Hedgerow Theatre in Media.

Courtesy of Ladies 2000

Sugar Town presents GoGirls Musicfest Philly (8:30 p.m.) at Tritone with Sylvia Platypus, September, Prima Donna, Christie Lenee and Luciar to benefit the Red Thread Movement.

Sunday, Nov. 27

Ladies 2000 parties at Havana (3 p.m.) in New Hope with DJ Steve Singer.

This Is the Week That Is gives a comedic breakdown of local and national events from 1812 Productions (2 p.m).

Enjoy more than a dozen decorated Christmas trees (and get some inspiration for your own) at the Pearl S. Buck House (3 p.m.) in Perkasie to benefit local charities.

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