What to do this week: September 4 – 10

handsome, hunkAre you bummed that the 2017 summer season has come to a close? Me too, but staying at home isn’t going to make you feel any better so make plans to head out to one of these events this week.

Some highlights to take note of include Freddie for A Day celebrating rocker Freddie Mercury on Tuesday, the naughty drag parody the Menopausal Mermaid opens at Club Cafe on Thursday, the Gay Men’s Camping club heads to Wompatuck State Park and FUZZ at the Alley in Boston are great options on Friday. Finally Trophy Room hosts their first Bear Brunch on Sunday and the Varsity Gay League (VGL) kickball season starts this Sunday on the Boston Common.

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY

ICA Boston has free admission to the public in honor of Labor Day from 10AM – 5PM in Boston

Drag Bingo is every Monday starting at 7PM free to play at Club Cafe in Boston

Cards Against Humanity will be played on Monday at the Alley Bar in DTX starting at 8PM in Boston

Freddie for a day is an annual celebration of the life of rock legend Freddie Mercury on Tuesday starting at 8PM at ONCE in Somerville

Showtune Tuesday hosted by VJ Ryan Grow starts at 9PM every Tuesday at dbar in Dorchester

Karaoke Night starts at 10PM every Tuesday at Jacques in Boston

Geek Trivia is guaranteed fun and has lots of prizes (trivia starts at 8PM) hosted every Tuesday at Club Cafe in Boston

Queer Boston Gamers meet Thursday starting at 6PM downstairs in the back of the Panera Bread at Porter Square in Cambridge

Opening Night: Menopausal Mermaid naughty drag parody opens on Thursday at Club Cafe and will run through September 24 in Boston

Opening Night: Constellations at the Central Square Theater will run through October 8th in Cambridge

Trivia Night is at 8PM every Thursday at The Alley Bar in DTX Boston

Karaoke Thursdays is every Thursday at Machine with your hosts Rob Botelho and Emphysema Menthol 100s in Boston

Detention Thursdays! is hosted every Thursday starting at 9PM with shows at 10:30 & 11:45PM – No Cover – at EGO in Providence

Thump! Thursday is hosted every Thursday starting at 10PM at Peggy O’Neil’s in Dorchester

THE WEEKEND

Gay Men’s Camping Group leaves for a weekend of camping on Friday at Wompatuck State Park in Hingham

Queer Inclusive Climbing Klub (QuICK) Pizza night and climbing club at Brooklyn Boulders every Friday in Somerville

Opening Night: Men on Boats is at the SpeakEasy Stage at the Calderwood Pavilion and runs through October 7 in Boston

FUZZ hosts their monthly dance party at the Alley in DTX on Friday starting at 10PM in Boston

Twerk Fridays at is an 18+ night at Ego in Providence

The Coolidge After Midnight: The Warriors shows on Friday at The Coolidge Theater starting at 11:59PM on Friday in Brookline

SoWa Open Market SoWa Open Market is now open every Saturday and Sunday from 10AM – 4PM through the end of October in Boston

Opening Night: WarholCapote opens at the A.R.T. tonight and runs through October 13th in Cambridge

Saga Saturdays Boston’s biggest gay dance party every Saturday is at Paradise in Cambridge

The Coolidge After Midnight: Repo Man shows at The Coolidge Theater starting at 11:59PM on Saturday in Brookline

Open Newbury is happening again on Sunday from 10AM-6PM the street will be closed to automobiles to become Boston’s busiest promenade for the day

Bear Brunch head to the Trophy Room on Sunday for their first Bear Brunch with Mass Bears & Cubs from 1-4PM in Boston

Varsity Gay League (VGL) kickball starts Sunday 2-5PM on the Boston Common – be sure to register first – in Boston

Drag me to brunch from the Carrie Nation Cocktail Club is hosted by Destiny Boston and Dee Dee De Ray from 2-4 in the West End in Boston

Back 2 Basics Tea Dance never has a cover and always has great music from 70s 80s & 90s, starting at 5PM no cover every Sunday at Club Cafe in Boston

Hot Mess Sundays at Candibar in the Theater District is every Sunday starting at 10PM in Boston

Send me information about your upcoming programs and events in my blog’s comment section or message me the details on Facebook.

2 responses to “What to do this week: September 4 – 10

  1. I love fall! Bring it on!

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  2. Remind all our friends in Beantown that there is a world west of Rt. 128! Worcester Pride is next weekend.
    http://worcesterpride.org/

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