Caning Xhibition

Date: Monday, August 08, 2022 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Location: Joyce Beers Community Center
3900 Vermont St San Diego CA 92013
Cost: Free to Club X members; $5 donation requested of non-members
Dress: Street legal
Presenter: Sir Bryan

A non traditional caning style using rhythmic pacing combined with utilizing the whole of the cane in a myriad of ways that leads to an enhanced and magical dance of experience for both tops and bottoms.

We will talk about how the presenter developed this style over the last 30 years and demonstrate how to use it combined with more traditional styles to utilize canes more fully. The class structure will include a brief introduction to caning, a demonstration of my style of caning, and then a fully participatory hands on space for learners to acquire a beginning skill set to build upon to start using canes in this style. This is an advanced skill set, but beginners are welcome. If you have canes please feel free to bring them.

Presented by Sir Brian


About the Presenter

Sir Brian has been interested in BDSM most of his life. He has been active within the San Diego community for 20plus years. He is a contributing member of several local clubs, co-leader of the San Diego DS Discussion Group (SDDS) and is a founding member of the Southern California Power Exchange. He has overseen the set up of dungeons for several clubs in the local area. While Sir Brian often chooses to be active behind the scenes in the community, he feels an obligation and has a love for passing on his knowledge as part of his leather path while continuing to pursue the light within.


Identification

Attendees must present valid, physical government-issued identification for entry. The identification must include the attendee's legal first and last name as well as birthdate.


COVID-19

Proof of vaccination is required in order to attend. Masks are highly recommended but optional. If you experience symptoms of being sick please do not show up.

Acceptable proofs of vaccination status:

  • A physical vaccination card.
  • A clear digital photo of a physical vaccination card.
  • A digital COVID-19 record.

We also understand that there are those who are not able to have the vaccine for medical reasons, so there will be a medical exemption with documentation from a medical professional.

  1. The specific COVID-19 vaccine for which the exemption is requested.
  2. A written statement signed by a licensed, treating medical provider (MD, DO, NP, PA), nurse practitioner (NP), or physician's assistant (PA). The signed statement must include the practice location address, telephone number, fax number, signing provider's license number, and state or country (if outside the U.S.) where the licensed medical provider practices.
  3. The patient's first name, middle initial (if available), and last name.

No Digital exemptions will be allowed.

All exemptions will need to be printed and signed by the provider with all of the above information.

Without the items above the Exemption is invalid and will not be enforced.

For purposes of this protocol, people are considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19 at least 2 weeks after they have received the second dose in a 2-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna), or at least 2 weeks after they have received a single-dose vaccine (Johnson and Johnson [J&J]/Janssen).


Accessibility

Event space is ADA compliant; door to restrooms (shared with restaurant) requires a big push.

Lighting: Fluorescent.

Smoking: Permitted outside.

Parking: Limited 2-hour parking in the ground-level lot; underground parking available for visits longer than 2 hours, subject to attendance (get to ground level via stairs, Ralph's escalator ramp, or elevator near Ralph's side door).

Transit access: Served directly by bus routes 1, 10, and 11 on University and Vermont; bus route 120 at 10th and University; buses 7 and 215 about 1/2 mile away at Park and University. NOTE: MARATHONS AND PARADES THAT RUN THROUGH HILLCREST WILL CUT OFF TRANSIT ACCESS ON UNIVERSITY AVE.