PALS holds a demo/meeting on the 1st Saturday of each month at The Round Up. The demos start at 5:30 pm and last until 8:30 pm; usually, social time is from 5:30-6:30 pm and the demo begins at 6:30 pm.
No one under the age of 21 is allowed at demos due to the nature of the group.
The munches are from 7:00 pm to 9:00 on the 3rd Monday of every month and are located at various restaurants throughout the Panhandle area.
No one under the age of 21 is allowed at munches due to the nature of the group.
Please see the Calendar of Events for updates.
PALS Meeting Rules
1. Be at least 21 and have a valid ID with you.
2. No cameras of any kind, including cell phones cameras.
IF you have a cell phone please keep it in your pocket or purse. If you
must speak on the phone, please leave the room or wait for a
3. What you see at a meeting stays at a meeting. You may speak about ideas
and concepts, but not individuals. If a person you have told about your
lifestyle choices seems interested and you think they would enjoy attending
a meeting, it's up to you and your reputation to make sure that person
understands what is expected of them.
4. Not everyone is into everything you are. PLEASE respect
other people's protocols and form of play.
5. Please be respectful of others and be polite. Be respectful or other people
relationships D/s or otherwise. We do have some members that are High Protocol.
6. When demos are underway, please be respectful of the presenter;
keep talking to a minimum and please leave the room to make phone calls or have in-depth conversations.
7. For munches please dress appropriately (no fetish wear); these are vanilla events. Please dress fairly conservatively since the restaurants are in our local community.
For the demos you can wear anything from casual to fetish you want as long as
genitals are covered.
8. If by chance you see a member of PALS out in the everyday vanilla
world, ignore them. Yes, smile nicely like you would to any stranger
and go about your business. PALS members should not have to explain
to friends, family or loved ones (who are with them) how they know
you. This could cause a member to be outed by something as simple as
having to explain where they know you from.
If you breech this rule, or in any way compromise an attendees privacy and it is reported to the PALS Board, you may be banned from future meetings.