This weekend, A Conspiracy of Strange Girls returns with a wonderfully witchy group show. The collective is all about women, queer, and non-binary folks supporting each other creatively while celebrating the weirder side of expression. At Modist Brewing, visual artists will come together to present works inspired by chosen families and the commitments we make to take care of those we love. Sales are for a good cause, as a portion of the proceeds will benefit Puerto Rico’s Hurricane Maria Community Recovery Fund. The artists will also be collecting winter wear (thermal underwear, coats, boots, gloves) for Avenues for Homeless Youth. The free opening reception is on Saturday, November 18, from 7 to 11 p.m., and will feature tunes from DJ Plunging Necklines and DJ Health Goth Mom, a tintype photobooth, live screenprinting, and tarot readings.