Poly Picnic social afternoon

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Every 2nd Saturday of the month until November 8, 2019

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Our usual venue of The Catchment Brewing Co is not able to accommodate us on Saturday 12 October for our usual monthly meetup so we are going to have a picnic at Orleigh Park in West End instead.

We will try to nab the first gazebo on Orleigh Street AFTER the ferry terminal, near the playground, diagonally opposite Morry Street. If it is not available, we will find another spot nearby and update the event in the comments.

What to bring:
* Food and drink to eat and/or share.
* If you would like to use the BBQs, bring oil, utensils and cleaning items.
* Picnic blanket and/or fold up chairs.
* Outdoor games such as a ball or frisbee if you would like to play.

We will not be having a formal discussion but there will be plenty of opportunity for informal 1 on 1 or small group discussions.

If we remember, we will ask for a gold coin donation to cover basic costs

Event Notes:

This is a suitable event for new members of BPP, and existing members may bring poly or poly-friendly guests.

The public toilets near the ferry terminal is wheelchair accessible toilets.

Children are welcome and there is a playground nearby, but conversations can be assumed to be adult level and specifically themed to polyamory.

The purpose of these events is to socialise and have a chat as a community. While friendships and relationships do occur between like-minded people, this is not a "hook up" space and not everyone that attends is looking for a partner.

Please don't take photos at the social and protect attendees' privacy after you leave the gathering.

We aim to be a welcoming an inclusive space for a diverse range of polyamorous, poly-curious and poly-friendly people.

The 199 and 60 buses and the Citycat ferry terminal stop nearby. There is some car parking on nearby streets.

We acknowledge that we gather on the unceded lands of the Jagera and Turrbal peoples. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and to all other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Brisbane. Sovereignty over this land was never ceded.