May 11, 200609:54 AMThe Life
May 11, 2006 - 09:54 AMToday: Bonnie Adkins, public information specialist for the BLM, presents There's a Monument in your Backyard, starting at 10am. Why do we have a monument in our backyard? Because getting somebody to cart it away would be MUCH too expensive.
Friday: At 7pm, the Old Schoolhouse Lecture Series presents "Ice Age Extinctions" with Eric Scott, paleontologist. Cool. A real-life version of Ross Geller...
Saturday morning: Palm Desert Public Art Tours are conducted on the second Saturday of the month through June 10. Meet your docent at 10am sharp, near the Palm Desert Public Library entrance. Afterwards, you can work on your swing at the driving range right next door.
Saturday evening: Caballeros, The Gay Men's Chorus of Palm Springs with special guest Tango Naçional Argentina present tango, gauchos, and salsa in Two To Tango at the McCallum, 8pm. Here's a Nature/Nurture question: do gay men have better voices than straights because of genes or training?
Saturday evening, too: At 8pm, Annie sings her heart out at the Hi-Desert Playhouse in Joshua Tree. "The sun'll come out tomorrow..."
Sunday: Les Dames du Soleil, a drag queen show to benefit the Desert AIDS Project, kicks off at 7pm. I'll be wearing my best Sunday-go-to-meeting feather boa...
Check the calendar for more activities!