The 32nd DC Black Pride weekend pays homage to the Clubhouse, a community gathering place and legendary dance club that was located in Petworth from 1975 to 1990. The hub of the celebration is again the Renaissance Hotel near Mount Vernon Square, which hosts workshops and town halls on a variety of subjects including relationships and faith; a vendor market; and events including a tribute to the Clubhouse, with house music by DJ Suspense (Saturday at 3 p.m.); a talent showcase with music and comedy (Friday at 6 p.m.); and the annual Mary Bowman Poetry Slam (Saturday at 6 p.m.). Beyond the main venue, though, there are parties happening at nightclubs and event spaces all over town. A few highlights include Pride by the River, a free Sunday party in Anacostia Park (noon to 8 p.m., projectbriggs.org); Monday’s Pride in the Park at Fort Dupont, featuring music, DJs, ax throwing, a spades tournament and more free fun (noon to 7 p.m., ushelpingus.org); and Sunday’s Greatest Cookout of All Time at Gateway DC, headlined by Ari Lennox and featuring DJs, go-go bands, vendors and food trucks (2 to 8 p.m., eventsdc.com. $65-$105). Through Monday. See dcblackpride.org for a full schedule of events. Official events, including the tribute to the Clubhouse and the talent showcase, are free but require advance reservations.