Infamous SF Sisters Plan Weekend Bash

Saintly pranksters make a habit of doing good, don't look a day over 29

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, those famous faux-nuns in habit drag, are celebrating thirty years with a full weekend of events.

If you've ever been to a protest, parade, or just a sunny day in the Castro, you've probably been blessed with a visit by the sisters.

While known for their blasphemously awesome get-ups and roller skating skill, they also hold events throughout the year to raise money for charities.

The big party kicks off on today with a parade to the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, followed by a free party -- just RSVP on line to attend.

Festivities continue until the annual Easter Sunday "Hunky Jesus" contest held on the sacred ground of Dolores Park, where the sisters first gathered back in 1979.

If you miss the weekend party, the YBCA will also be hosting a show for two months honoring thirty years of "sistory." Photo by Jere Keys.

Jackson West needs another year at the gym before having a shot at being thornily crowned Hunky Jesus.

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