Weekend Roundup

Your social to-do list, including details about our LGBT mixer at the Flower Show on Monday

Don’t forget that on Monday, March 5, we’re hosting an LGBT mixer at the Flower Show (6 p.m.). Guests will enjoy an evening filled with flowers, food and Hawaiian-inspired cocktails from our favorite gay and lesbian bartenders. Out PHS President Drew Becher will also meet and greet guests, along with Phillip Watson, the openly gay QVC gardening expert and author of Pleasure Gardens. You can even enter to win a Hawaiian getaway! Click here for tickets. And click here for the official Flower Show app for smart phones and tablets – just in time for the grand opening on Sunday.

Friday, March 2

DJs John Stanley and Robert Drake brings out the retro tunes during Bottoms Up (5 p.m.) at The Bike Stop. Where else will you hear your favorite Yaz song?

The Broad Street Ministry hosts the Attic Youth Center’s 2nd Annual Sweethearts and Red Hots Drag Extravaganza (6:30 p.m.) with local performers strutting their stuff to raise money for a trip to the True Colors LGBT Youth Conference in Connecticut.

Looking for a lesson in adult play? Screw Smart talks sex, relationships and having some healthy fun at Wooden Shoe Books (7 p.m.).

Thank Goddess it’s OMG is at Tabu (9 p.m.) with a drag and burlesque show headlined by The Goddess Isis, and with special guests Lil Steph, Oscar Wildchilde and Porcelain.

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Gemini Wolf plays Johnny Brenda’s (9 p.m.) with Agent Moosehead, Zenia Rubinos and Ronald Reagan the Actor.

Sex Dwarf Salutes the Women of New Wave (9 p.m.) to kick off International Women’s History Month with an evening of retro tunes at Fluid.

It gets really friendly at the Zinc Bar in Landsdale during the sixth anniversary of the weekly Friendly Friday happy hour (9 p.m.).

The Broadzilla DJs go South to Teri’s (10 p.m.).

Saturday, March 3

The Liberty Bears get a head start on St. Patrick’s Day (6 p.m.) at The Bike Stop.

The Soul Force Equality Riders kick off their cross-country trip starting with a reception at the William Way (7 p.m.) with proceeds benefiting the Equality Ride. Get your tickets here.

It’s all about tassel twirling during Vixens & Vagabonds Queer & Kinky Cabaret’s Easy, Sleazy, LiCKable Cover Show (8 p.m.) at Tabu. Hosted by the Liberty City Kings, the queer drag and burlesque show features performances by some of the sexiest gender benders in the city with The Notorious OMG in the driver’s seat.

DJ JD celebrates a birthday at Stir (9 p.m.) with DJ Jivey.

The Philly Roller Girls want you at Bootleg (9 p.m.), a new monthly queer dance party every first Saturday of the month at Elena’s Soul in West Philly. DJs Just Jess and Klem spin with proceeds benefiting a different charity every month.

It’s ladies night (9 p.m.) at the Beagle Tavern in Norristown.

DJ Deejay pits Boy Bands against Girl Groups (10 p.m.) at Sisters with special guest Nasty Sinatra.

Sunday, March 4

See “Van Gogh Up Close” (10 a.m.) at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Get ready for some spring cleaning with a trip to the Delaware Home Show (11 a.m.) at the Chase Center on the Riverfront. Get new ideas about how to spruce up your abode this season.

Recap last night’s antics over Bloody Mary’s at the Beagle Tavern during Sunday Brunch (12 p.m.).

Tying the knot? The Homewood Suites by Hilton is hosting the Rainbow Wedding Network Gay & Lesbian Wedding Expo (12:30 p.m.) in Newtown.

Relive one of Tennessee Williams’ classics – A Streetcar Named Desire (2 p.m.) hits the stage at the Haddonfield Plays and Players in N.J.

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