The Basics

Who

The Pu'uhonua Family
Sher Luv, $13Bill, Touch, Misty, Ian, FunSize & other gracious co-hosts
Our Guests

Our guests include straight people, gay people, bi people, unlabeled people, philosophical people, pagans, atheists, nudists, artists, computer geeks and more. We are united in our love of diversity!

We extend a special welcome to our friends who participate with

What

  • Dance, eat, drink, swim, soak, converse
  • Share your plans for BurningMan & YOUtopia!
  • Support one anothers' Art Projects!
  • Spin your fire, hula your hoops
  • Massage & cuddle, Express Yourself!

When

  • Starts 12 noon, Saturday the 13 June,
  • Ends 3pm, Sunday 14 June.
  • Please join us for all or any part of this time.

Touch says:
The daylight hours around the pool are the best!

Where

Bringing friends

  • Check with us to be sure that we have space.
  • Be sure they know it's an alternative, clothing-optional space.
  • Have them read this invite, especially the etiquette.
  • Introduce them around, clue them in.
  • If you don't plan to spend time with them, don't invite them!

Things to bring

  • A donation towards our expenses ($5 - $10 suggested)
  • Yummy contributions for the several Potluck meals
  • Other favorite foods and beverages to share

More Details

We will provide

  • Bubbly and still bottled water
  • Plates, cups, napkins, cutlery
  • Spa and swimming pool

More things you might bring

  • A towel for the spas and pools
  • Hat, sarong, sunscreen
  • Bedding if you're sleeping over
  • Tents and yurts - check first that we still have space!
  • Hoops, poi, flags, firetoys, ...

Let us know in advance if you would like to

  • Help cook brunch on Sunday or other meals
  • Take a shift at DJing
  • Assist with setup or teardown
  • Be a Party Monitor
A nicely colored splash

Pu'uhonua Etiquette & Guidelines

Bestowing our affections

Costumes & Clothing are Optional!

Children are very welcome

Please don't bring dogs or other pets

The number of dogs people would like to bring has grown beyond our capacity to accommodate them!

People who won't be drinking

We need to know who is not yet 21 years old
and get their agreement to not drink alcohol at our party.

Regardless of age, We support anyone's choice to not indulge;
Touch says he'll refrain from drinking in solidarity!

Parking

Matter Out Of Place

If you sleep over, Friday or Saturday night:

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