Friday, September 29
Saturday, September 30
Sunday, October 1
Symphony of the Americas presents Curtain Up: The Music of John Williams conducted by Pablo Mielgo at 2pm at the Amaturo Theater at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Also being performed on Tuesday, October 3 at 7:45pm.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Holy Angels National Catholic Church will present a healing service for breast cancer. Participate in person (1436 NE 26th St, Wilton Manors) or send a picture to be placed on the Altar at Holyangelsfl@gmail.com. For more info go to Holyangelsfl.org.
Monday, October 2
The very best of Boca Raton beauty, style, fashion, and wellness come together for BeautyBoca, a unique one-day showcase and celebration of the city’s Top 50 brands, businesses, and personalities in the industry. To be held at The Addison in Downtown Boca Raton, the leading names in their respective disciplines will showcase and demonstrate their creativity, products, and services for attendees in a fun and fabulous wonderland of creativity and imagination. Tickets and VIP packages are now officially on sale at https://beautyboca2023.eventbrite.com/
Thursday, October 5
Pride Fort Lauderdale presents their monthly Drag Bingo, this month with a Halloween theme and is hosted by TP Lords and London Adour at The Pride Center at Equality Park. Seating is at 5:30 with daubers up at 6:30pm. This is a 21 and up event.
Friday, Oct. 6.
Starting tonight and going all weekend, the City of Oakland Park presents their annual Oktoberfest Celebration with 3 days of Oompah fun at Jaco Pastorius Park. There is a $5 entry fee (12 and under is free) and for more info go to: Oaklandparkfl.gov/Oktoberfest
Marking a successful year featuring all kinds of artists from South Florida and beyond, ArtServe turns its final exhibit of 2023 exclusively over to its members and resident artists with a focus on the inherent interconnectivity of their individual creativity. Titled “Sole Perception,” the exhibit opens with a free, public reception from 6pm to 9pm. Thanks to a grant from Broward Cultural Division and Florida Arts & Culture, the exhibit itself is also free to attend and runs through Saturday, December 30. ArtServe is located at 1350 E. Sunrise Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale and open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturdays from 10am to 6pm.
Saturday, October 7
The Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida and the Bears of South Florida present ‘The Wilton Manors Community Sing-Along” at 2:30pm at Hunters Nightclub. Sing along to some of your favorite showtunes, Disney, and other classic musical theater music. Doors open at 2pm with Music by DJ Richie Rich, and a $10 cover. For more info go to GMCSF.org.
Hotspots/Happening Out Art Gallery with Dennis Dean is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness month with our opening reception from 6-9pm featuring art by: Suzanne Barton, Sami Davidson, Penny Fraser, Patti Doolittle, Rosaria Vigorito, Caryn Frishman, Pia Dugger, Fraklyn Sinanan, Silvana Arbak, Morgen Chesonis-Gonzalez, Maxine Poupko, and Monica I. Salis. The event will be hosted by Fay What of the Fay What show. For more info go to Hotspotsmagazine.com/artgallery.
Sunday, October 8
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Holy Angels National Catholic Church will present blessings of animals in honor of St. Francis. Participate in person (1436 NE 26th St, Wilton Manors) or send a picture to be placed on the Altar at Holyangelsfl@gmail.com. For more info go to Holyangelsfl.org.
Safeguarding American Values for Everyone (SAVE), South Florida’s preeminent LGBTQ+ advocacy organization, has announced the appointment of Todd Delmay as its new Executive Director. Delmay, a distinguished LGBTQ+ advocate and community leader, brings a rich history of activism, including his role in securing marriage equality in Florida. With Orlando Gonzales continuing in his position through the end of 2023 to ensure a seamless transition, Delmay is poised to lead SAVE into the future, championing equality, outreach, and advocacy for the LGBTQ+ community.