Hello homo, has the workweek taken a toll that not even the best of under-eye concealers can correct? Well, pack those bags and head out to one of these jaunty adventures this weekend.
Nipples to the Wind
Opens Friday, October 12th
Yeah, the title made us perk up, too. But it’s actually an old Texas expression for a “heads up, chest out” attitude – in this case, presented as a series of 14 monologues and kooky characters played by Jayne Anderson and Paula Coco. Think of it as the love child of The Vagina Monologues and Greater Tuna.
McKinney Performing Arts Center
Fall Plant Sale – Forth Worth Botanic Garden
Saturday, October 13, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Mistress Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? Not so good? Then take advantage of perky perennials, bountiful bulbs, gorgeous grasses and native plants all for sale and looking for great new homes like yours.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Free admission,
Plant prices vary from $1.50 to $30 based on size.
Dia De Los Muertos – Day of the Dead Art Exhibition
Opening Reception, Saturday, October 13, 7 to 9 p.m.
You’ve gotta love a holiday that makes death look like the world’s best after party. This exhibition features works from more than 80 local and national artists. No bones about it (clever, huh), this is sure to be a fave. Runs through November 10.
Bath House Cultural Center
Free and open to the public
Sunday, October 14, Noon Registration, 1p.m. Walk Begins
Put on those sparkly red shoes and bring your “little dog too” for the 17th Annual AIDS Arms LifeWalk at Lee Park. New this year, LifeBark lets your four-legged friends be part of the fun for a $10 registration. Regular walkers need a minimum $25 to register.
Lee Park (Turtle Creek Blvd @ Lemmon Avenue)
Unofficial “Official” Gay Day at the State Fair of Texas
Forget the midway and indulge in our favorite new game: Find The Hot Carny. Or just eat yourself sick on deep-fried everything. Either way, it’s sure to be a gay old time.
State Fair of Texas, General admission $14.
Most exhibit buildings are open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Midway and museum hours vary.