What: New Member Orientation before F*cking Precious
Where: Gallery Erato - 309 1st Ave S.
When: Saturday, October 19th, 2019, 6pm sharp (Doors at 5:45pm, please be on time! Latecomers will be turned away to retake the class at another date).
Would you like to come to F*cking Precious but are not yet a member of the CSPC? Purchase a ticket for our New Member Orientation and stay for the party! Note: No tickets will be available at the door, you must pre register to attend.
By registering for this event, you are registering for:
The New Member Orientation
A 2-month CSPC membership
A ticket to F*cking Precious
After the orientation, if you decide you do not want to become a member of the CSPC nor attend the party, you will be eligible to receive a refund. There will be no refunds for no shows.
About F*cking Precious
Have you ever looked at a big, foofy diaper-butt or a kinky kitten and thought to yourself, “SO. F’ING. PRECIOUS!” Well this is the party for you.
F*cking Precious is an 18+ party featuring kid and critter appropriate activities with music to set a playful mood. We’ll start with an introduction, slide into G-rated kid/critter friendly petting and cuddling, followed by “lights out” so things can take a turn for the wicked.
We welcome sweet and sinful kids, critters, caregivers, handlers, furries, and anyone with a playful mindset. All gender expressions and sexual orientations encouraged to attend.
Gallery Erato boasts two floors for lots of equipment and social space, including racks, hardpoints, and tables, all situated against backdrop of exposed brick and beams. The main floor is wheelchair accessible, but our basement area is only accessible by a staircase. Want to come?
Register for the New Member Orientation beforehand and stay for the party!
Directions and Parking
Gallery Erato is located at 309 1st Ave S. There is a pay parking lot along our north wall. Pioneer Square has free on-street parking after 6pm (more info about street parking here) and paid parking lots, which you can find listed here. This neighborhood is very well served by public transportation, including many bus lines, the streetcar, and the LINK light rail.
There are steep sidewalk cuts in the historic sidewalks of Pioneer Square and a small lip from the brick sidewalk into the Gallery. We have purchased a wheelchair ramp to transition over this lip so that our main floor will be accessible to folks in wheelchairs. There will be tasting stations, refreshments, and restrooms on the main floor. Unfortunately, the basement of our space is only accessible via stairs.