Weekend Roundup

The ultimate LGBT events guide

Friday, Sept. 14

Nice digs! (courtesy of Design Home)

Visit Philadelphia magazine’s Design Home 2012 during an open house (11 a.m.) to benefit the Ronald McDonald House. The show space in Newtown Square is open through Oct. 14.

Fairgrounds at Six Flags goes gay – really, really gay (6 p.m.) – with a private party to benefit both the World Wildlife Fund and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force in Jackson, N.J. Click here for discounted tickets.

City of Brotherly Love Softball League celebrates the end of the season with a banquet at Mancini’s Catering in South Philly (7 p.m.).

Ballroom, anyone? (courtesy of We Just Gon' Buck)

Watch the Vogue Femme Divas of Philly’s ballroom community serve it up in “We Just Gon’ Buck” (7 p.m.) at the Church of the Advocate.

Raise some big bucks for the Rockstar Riders as they get ready for the MS City to Shore (8 p.m.).

X.O. Lounge hosts an Instagram Party (11 p.m.).

Saturday, Sept. 15

Wanna join the roller derby? Stop by the Penn Jersey Roller Derby orientation and recruitment day (12 p.m.). Don’t forget your quads.

Go gay shark hunting at Adventure Aquarium (12:30 p.m.) with Qventures. The shuttle leaves from Penn’s Landing to Camden with a closing party back at Eulogy in Old City.

The Greater Philadelphia Flag Football League is throwing a Camac Block Party (2 p.m.) with food, drinks and games.

Club In or Out celebrates its third anniversary (7 p.m.) in Hammonton, N.J., with Vanessa DeMonet and other special guests.

See works by Laureen Griffin in Eviction Proof (7:30 p.m.).

Catch Q Spot Philly (8 p.m.) at the Broad Street Ministry.

Spend A Night Out with the ladies at the Philadelphia Clef Club (9 p.m.).

Sunday, Sept. 16

Run with the William Way’s team during the 2012 Rock ‘n Roll Half Marathon (8 p.m.) on the Ben Franklin Parkway.

Ladies 2000 visits New Hope (3 p.m.) for an end-of-summer soiree at Havana.

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