Weekend Roundup

The ultimate LGBT event guide

Friday, March 30

Trevesura Presents Chequeate Mi Gente, a Latino LGBT party from GALAEI with free HIV testing (6 p.m.) at Three Elements.

The Gayla Dance (8 p.m.) celebrates civil unions at the Sheraton Wilmington in Delaware to support LGBT Youth.

PGMC performs Changes: In Good Time (8 p.m.) at the Prince Music Theatre through the weekend. Click here for an exclusive interview with artistic director Joe Buches.

The Philadelphia Firebirds kick off their season with a party at Tacony Billiards (9 p.m.).

Sisters gets cozy with the ladies of the Penn-Jersey Roller Derby during Sleep With the Devil (9 p.m.).

Stimulus presents its first talent show (9 p.m.) at Voyeur with musicians, poets, dancers and others showing off their skills.

It’s a Night of ‘Toons at Venture Inn (11 p.m.) hosted by Sandy Beach with performances by Bridgett Jones, Eva Summers, Morgan Wells and others.

Saturday, March 31

Join the LGBT Adoption Cafe (10 a.m.) at the Collingwood Community Center in N.J. The free event provides information for would-be parents.

There’s an Easter Egg Hunt on East Passyunk Avenue (11 a.m.) in Le Virtu’s garden.

PhilaVentures tours University City (10 a.m.) with Mark Silber. Lunch is at the Gold Standard Cafe. Please RSVP to info@waygay.org.

It’s No Labels bowling at PEP Bowl (4:30 p.m.).

ICandy hosts the Lavender Menace tea dance for Sisterspace (5 p.m.) to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Sisterspace Weekend Festival.

Join Joe Ippolito and Kandis Hutcherson for a screening of Growing Old Gracefully: The Transgender Experience (7 p.m.) at Tabu.

Quince Productions’ Overexposed: A Slightly Awkward Peep Show (7 p.m) is back at the Walnut Street Theatre through the weekend.

The finale of So You Think You Can Drag is at Club In or Out (7 p.m.) in Hammonton, N.J.

The stars of Dragapalooza (8 p.m.) take over Voyeur Nightclub in an evening of Hollywood. Brittany Lynn hosts with performances by Jason Cozmo, Joey Josephs, Alexis Cartier, Brenda Dharling, Crystal Electra, Navaya Shay, Isis, Omyra Lynn, Mrs. P, Satine Harlow, Bridgette Jones, Serena Starr, Salotta Tea and Tammy Faymous.

Melting Away, a film about gender identity, plays at the Research Enterprise Center in West Philly (8:30 p.m.).

Sugar Town presents a live show featuring Gang, Sgt. Sass, Violent Vickie and DJ Nasty Sinatra at Kung Fu Necktie.

It’s Guys Night Out at the Beagle Tavern (9:30 p.m.) in Norristown.

Sunday, April 1

Pick up some good eats at the Philly Farm & Food Fest (11 a.m.) at the Convention Center.

UPenn’s HIV Prevention Research Division crowns Ms. Lady V and Mr. V at the second annual pageant (7 p.m.) at Voyeur.

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