Weekend Roundup

The ultimate LGBT events guide

Friday, Sept. 28

The AIDS Library of Philadelphia celebrates its 25th anniversary (4 p.m.) in honor of the library’s co-founders John Cunningham and Heshie Zinman at Philadelphia FIGHT.

The D.C. Federation of College Democrats are showing their support for Obama, Casey and Boockvar (5 p.m.) in Doylestown.

Courtesy of Keswick

P-Town veteran cabaret performer Khris Francis plays The Raven (7:30 p.m.) through the weekend.

Wynonna Judd plays the Keswick (8 p.m.).

Burnt Sugar pays tribute to Miles Davis and James Brown (8 p.m.) at the Painted Bride.

Support William Way’s Indigogo during a Boost Party (8:15 p.m.) at Sisters.

ICandy presents a Back to School party (10 p.m.). Wear your school colors for reduced admission.

Sandy Beach is back at Venture Inn during Smashed (11 p.m.) with Salotta Tea, Emily Dee and Scarlett Bleu.

Saturday, Sept. 29

Celebrate the Body Erotic (9 a.m.) with a workshop for men from the Body Electric School.

Visit Butch Cordora starting today (10 a.m.) as he begins living in the window of BoConcept.

Have some laughs during Comedians for a Cause (8 p.m.) at Ortlieb’s Lounge with Chip Chantry, Mary Radzinski, Doogie Horner, Pat Barker and Jay West. Proceeds support RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network).

Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus hosts a kick-off party (9 p.m.) at Voyeur’s Ruby Lounge to get to know members and launch the new season.

Sugar Town presents A Night of Lady Rockers and DJs at Kung Fu Necktie (11 p.m.) with Dear Althea, The Pretty Greens, Kate Ferencz and DJ Avalon Clare.

Sunday, Sept. 30

PhilaVentures takes a bike ride to Cobbs Creek (10 a.m.). Meet at the Laura Sims Skate House at 63rd and Walnut.

Courtesy of Opera Company

Take the little ones to Baby Loves Disco (noon) at Shampoo.

Leeway Foundation talks about how to use online tools for fundraising with Ezra Berkley Nepon and Dr. Yaba Amgborale Blay (2 p.m.). Registration is required.

Check out Gore Vidal’s The Best Man (2 p.m.) at the Morrisville Heritage Center.

Catch all the latest headlines during 1012 Productions’ This is the Week That Is (2 p.m.) at Plays and Players.

Courtesy of Baby Loves Disco

Opera Company of Philadelphia presents La Boheme (2:30 p.m.) at the Academy of Music.

Sisters hosts a Back in the Day Dance Party (4 p.m.) with DJ Sandi Stabler and Denise behind the bar.

Enjoy the Prom You Never Had (4 p.m.) at Jazmine Thai in West Chester.

Americans United for Separation of Church and State host a Voices United Concert (8 p.m.) at Psalm Salon with Carsie Blanton and the Healther Maloney Band.

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