Saturday Happenings: “Everything at Dartmouth after 11 A.M.” (rushed edition)

“5K AIDS Awareness Run” noon, Hanover Green–Prizes for top runners ($5 registration fee).

“Greek Olympics” 1 – 4 P.M., Webster Ave.–Part of “Greek Week.” Featuring a barbeque and several attractions.

“May Day Festival” 1 – 8 P.M., Organic Farm (Vans leave from behind Robinson at 1, 3, and 5 P.M.)–Work in the fields until 5, pot-luck dinner to follow. “May Pole Dancing, Lawn Game Olympics, and the infamous White Mountain Oyster Bluegrass Band.”

“Dog Show” 2 P.M., Tabard lawn–Greek pooches compete for honors.

“Bait & Bullet feed” 5 – 9 P.M., 19 E. Wheelock–Featuring “mooseburgers, whole chickens, Harry’s Coweta County Cornbread carefully crafted from a secret family recipe…and luck permitting a little New Hampshire wild turkey” (free for DOC members, $3 otherwise).

“Trembling Before G-d” 7 & 9:30 P.M., Loew Auditorium–“A groundbreaking documentary that shatters assumptions about faith, sexuality and religious fundamentalism,” featuring “intimately told stories of gay and lesbian Hasidic and Orthodox Jews.”

“Spring Sing” 8 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium–“College a cappella groups perform, joined by guest singing groups from other colleges” ($3 Dartmouth students, $8 gen. admission).

“8 Hours of Leisure” 10 P.M. – 6 A.M., Panarchy–“DJs spinning music for the people.”