Everyone knows the Saturday of Pride Weekend is the Dyke March! Put on your motorcycle helmet and take off your top. The theme this year (for the 15th anniversary) is "Healthcare for All," so there's going to be a mammogram truck on site, as well as the usual diverse array of religions, performers, and peoples. The rally and stage show starts at 3 at Dolores Park; the women go marching at 7.

Other events:

--Hey, there might be something going on at the Castro tonight too, starting around 7.

--They're showing Muppet movies all day (and all weekend, and next weekend) at the Yerba Buena Center! Kid movies in the afternoon (2 p.m. and 4) and tonight at 7:30. $8 a pop, at 701 Mission (x 3rd).

--Street gamer? SFZero plays "Journey to the End of the Night" tonight, which looks like tag, only much more fun. Free, but RSVP. Meet at Market and Steuart promptly at 7 p.m., wear comfortable shoes, and bring water.

--Friends of SFist Impact Theater in Berkeley continue their run of "Impact Briefs: Sinfully Delicious," short plays with some sexy attitude. You can have pizza while you watch! $15, 8 p.m., basement of LaVal's Pizza, 1834 Euclid Ave., Berkeley.

--Documentaries about Iraqi women at Artists' Television Access, as part of the Arab Film Festival. 8 p.m., $6, 992 Valencia (x 21st).

--And watch live anime artists in action at the Asian Art Museum, as they design the set for a live, animated, and puppet performance in July 12-4 p.m., 200 Larkin (x McAllister), free with museum admission ($12).

The Dark Crystal