Weekend Roundup

New Hope Celebrates and much more

Friday, May 18

The 7th annual juried art show opens at William Way (6 p.m.).

Elixir raises money for Mazzoni Center (6 p.m.) at the Loews with master of ceremonies Jim Donovan from CBS3.

New Hope Celebrates sponsors a screening of United in Anger: A History of ACT-UP at the Acme Screening Room (7 p.m.) in Lambertville, N.J. The director Jim Hubbard is attending.

Take a Pride Train Ride on the Ivyland Railroad (8 p.m.) during New Hope Celebrates.

Miss Pumpkin performs a tribute to Broadway (8 p.m.) at the Raven in New Hope.

GALAEI presents Creamium – a game show and dance party – at Tabu (9 p.m.) to benefit Pleasure Rush and ScrewSmart.

New Hope Celebrates sets off fireworks along the Delaware (9:30 p.m.).

Stimulus gets the party started (10 p.m.) at Shampoo with an evening of 90s hip hop featuring DJs Kash and Deluxx.

It’s Friday Night Out (10 p.m.) at the Raven with DJ Armando Martinez.

And it’s Girls Night Out at Triumph Brewing Company in New Hope (10 p.m.).

Bruce Yelk hosts his first-ever FriGAY (10 p.m.) at Sumo Lounge at RAW.

Saturday, May 19

ASIAC presents the 6th annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration (11 a.m.) at Franklin Square.

Check out the New Hope Celebrates outdoor fair with more than 25 vendors (11 a.m.) on Main Street.

GayBINGO does it Sixteen Candles-style (7 p.m.) at the Gershman Y to benefit the AIDS Fund.

Sisters salutes the armed forces (9 p.m.) with DJs Nikki and Steve.

Dance your face off in honor of New Hope Celebrates at the Raven (9:30 p.m.).

Sunday, May 20

Take a ride with PhilaVentures when they visit Cobbs Creek (10 a.m.).

Have some dim sum (11:30 a.m.) to benefit ASIAC at Joy Tsin Lau.

Cheer on your favorite players during a softball game sponsored by New Hope Celebrates (1 p.m.) at Solebury High School.

QVentures goes rock climbing (1:30 p.m.) at Go Vertical.

Join the Anti Defamation League during the Walk Against Hate (2 p.m.) at the Philadelphia Art Museum.

Ladies 2000 celebrates New Hope Pride (4 p.m.) at Havana following a live show by comedian Poppy Champlain (3 p.m.).

New Hope Celebrates sponsors a Rainbow Tea Dance (5 p.m.) at the Raven with Sherry Vine.

The Big Gay Boat Party is back ( 6 p.m.) at the Moshulu.

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