Don’t start thinking about Monday. Sunday won’t let you. Eat brunch, go to PALS Rubbing Noses, Fall Ball opening day, the 30th Anniversary show with the Armorettes (photo), and bars that can’t quite let the weekend go.
• Cheer on the guys at the Hotlanta Softball Fall Ball opener @ Piedmont Park. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
• Take a bite out of Papi’s New Brunch @ Las Margaritas. 11 a.m., or wrap your lips around the Big Gay Supper Club Brunch @ Original El Taco. 12:30 p.m.
• The Castleberry Hill Loft Tour continues into Day Two. 12-5.
• An old favorite mixer-fundraiser returns with an eye toward fashion. PALS Rubbing Noses 2009. 2-5 p.m. Read all about it.
• From the people who brought you the Eagle raid protests, a community discussion about Pride’s Grand Marshal selection @ Piedmont Park. 4 p.m.
• “Anything can happen” at the Armorettes 30th Anniversary Show @ Jungle. 8 p.m. Get the scoop from direct from Wild Cherry, or just check out our Armorettes photos.
• The bars aren’t quite ready to let you or the weekend go. Sunday nights.
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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