Sunday: 17 gay things to do today

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imageHappy National Coming Out Day! Commemorate it with Georgia Equality or toast it to benefit a good cause. A pajama party, a festival and a book signing are also among gay Atlanta’s Sunday events.

Candler Park Fall Festival celebrates 100 years of this hip intown neighborhood with vendors and live music. All day.

Put on your eatin’ dress. It’s Papi’s New Brunch @ Las Margaritas. 11 a.m.

A special Sunday edition of the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce’s networking series presents ‘Networking to Pump Up Your Wallet’ @ Einstein’s. 2 p.m.

Who could resist a pink beer? The Pink Cadets women’s softball team raises money to fight breast cancer with ‘Drink Pink’ @ Fuze Burger. 2 p.m. Or join the Atlanta Gay Sports Alliance Beer Bash to benefit AIDS Walk Atlanta @ Frogs Cantina. 3 p.m.

‘Bridging the Gap Within Black Families’ is this month’s topic with Second Sunday of Atlanta, a discussion group for black gay men @ Positive Impact. 3 p.m.

Local poet Collin Kelley reads from and signs his latest book “Conquering Venus” @ Bound To Be Read. 3 p.m.

Georgia Equality and the Faith & Community Alliance commemorate National Coming Out Day with a screening of “Anatomy of Hate: A Dialogue for Hope” and a discussion @ 14th Street Playhouse, 4 p.m. A reception follows at Einstein’s, 6:30 p.m. Read our preview.

Pillow fight! Ria’s Bluebird Pajama & BBQ Party celebrates the 9th anniversary of this lesbian-owned restaurant. 6 p.m.

The Armorettes (photo) take their first bows against HIV/AIDS at their new home, Blake’s. 8 p.m. Check out the other nightlife events.

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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