Come join John and Ashley on Tuesday, September 26th from 11am – 1pm for an in-person Real Talk Classic Pizza Party.
This event will be in-person at 336 Columbia Street, New Westminster. It’s just across from the Columbia Expo Line Skytrain Station.
It’s totally normal. But sometimes it can be hard to know where to get good information. At this event, we’ll watch some Real Talk videos, and have a conversation hosted by a Certified Sexual Health Educator. We’ll talk about where to get good information, who can support us with this stuff, and how to figure out confusing situations. People are welcome to talk about things, or to just listen if they don’t want to talk
You can either just show up on the day, or you can pre-register below.
If you choose to register for the Real Talk Classic Pizza Party, we will send you two reminders for it.
Got a Curiko account? You can register for the event that way. Just click here. Register on Curiko
No Curiko account? No worries. Just register by scrolling down and clicking the orange “Going” button below.
This event is for people 19 and over.
The event will be held at the Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion (BACI) New Westminster office, at 336 Columbia Street – just across from Columbia Skytrain Station.
Public Transit: The event location less than 5 minutes walking distance to the Columbia Skytrain Station, in New Westminster.
Parking: There is metered street parking out front.
Bring your questions and your knowledge / experience ! Think of some questions you have about dating, love relationships or sex that you can ask at the event. Or think about some things you’ve learned about this stuff that you could share with others. Or think about some experiences you’ve had that you’d like to discuss.
Also think about what you need to help you feel comfortable and relaxed at the event. We’ll ask everyone this before we start on the day.
We don’t take names of people who are at the event. We do have some questionnaires, but you don’t put your name on them. At this event we specifically ask participants to not mention to anyone else who they see here or what people say here. Usually everyone respects that, but understand we cannot 100% guarantee they will maintain your confidentiality. It’s best to decide what you feel comfortable to share based on that.
We try to make our events a comfortable, encouraging place to talk, and to give everyone the support they need to participate. But no one has to talk. Ever. You’re welcome to just sit and listen. Or to leave at any time if you decide it’s not for you.
Come join us for some pizza and a conversation about dating, relationships, and sexuality.