Almost 24 hours of options make Saturday the gayest day of the week. Sports, Blessing of the Pets, Out on Film’s ‘Eating Out 3’ for Project Q Night, and after hours until dawn.
• Balls in every shape and size. Enjoy the weather and cheer on your favorite athletes in softball, rugby or tennis.
• God love ‘em. Blessing of Pets with Gentle Spirit Church @ First Christian of Decatur. 11 a.m.
• Out on Film continues with an afternoon and evening chock full of goodies. 12 p.m.
• A gaggle of gays celebrate their big days together to raise money for state senate candidate Simone Bell. Birthdays for Bell Bash @ Georgia Equality/ALHI. 8 p.m.
• It’s Project Q Atlanta night at Out on Film. Join us for “Eating Out 3” (photo) with giveaways and special guests. 10 p.m.
• The Out on Film afterparty stars NYC’s Sweetie from the festival’s “Charmed Life” @ Jungle. 12:30 a.m.
• Just point me towards the bar.
• Things get crazy after hours. Adicktion Saturdays with DJ Jay McCracken @ Metropolitan Art Lofts.
Backstreet Reunion with DJ Susan Morabito (bottom photo) until dawn @ the Bodyshop.
View the full list of gay things to do today on Project Q Atlanta’s interactive community calendar. You can also submit your events.
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