Don’t be alarmed. We haven’t completely lost our edge, despite ending this family-friendly week of dinosaur puppet shows and church concerts with yet another family event.
Good news, though, you don’t need kids to attend this one and have fun.
Tomorrow is the Unofficial Gay Family Day at the Perot Museum of Nature & Science, organized by the Rainbow Roundup. It’s not sanctioned by the Perot, but more of an informal way to connect with LGBT families of all types.
It’s simple, too. Just purchase your tickets online in advance (they often sell out) and show up at your specified time. Maybe wear an equality shirt. Or a rainbow afro wig. Whatever you think will show your LGBT pride best.
Then walk around and learn about the amazing world of science and nature.
Next week, we promise to get back to your regularly scheduled sex jokes, naked men and bathroom humor.
And if we cover a petting zoo, we promise it’ll be of the heavy-petting variety.
Saturday, January 18 at 10 a.m.
2201 N. Field Street, Dallas
Purchase tickets at perotmuseum.org