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Sunday, December 13th, 2015

at Coupa Café.

Make new friends who share your interest in polyamory here on the San Francisco Peninsula!

Every second Sunday of the month

7 PM until we decide to leave
(or they make us — they close at 11)

Coupa Café
(off University Avenue in Palo Alto)
538 Ramona St.
Palo Alto, California 94301
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Come on down to the café and revive yourself with food, folks, and frivolity!

This monthly get-together is open to polyamorous or poly-curious people and their partners. It's an informal social, not a formal discussion group; you don't have to talk about being poly, but it's a safe place to. Our crowd covers a wide range of ages. Whatever your age, if you are looking for community where you can chat with peers of all stripes especially about managing and enjoying multiple relationships in an atmosphere of sincere community without concern over getting hit on, that's what we're here for. Well-behaved persons of all ages are welcome. And connecting with great people is always good.

To find us, look in the back room for a stuffed animal on one of the tables, and the laughing, mingling crowd. We've been getting about 30 people lately. (If you want think it's crowded, maybe you could suggest a different venue?)

If possible, please support our continued use of this charming café by making a purchase. Coupa Café has a great menu and a wide selection of drinks and eats and treats.

Please note that we are a social group, and one dedicated to polyamory. While those who practice swinging and other forms of consensual non-monogamy are welcome at our events, aggressive 'cruising' is forbidden. Thank you for helping us maintain a friendly, no-pressure atmosphere. This is a female co-organized, diversity friendly event.

To receive notices of upcoming Peninsula Polyamory events, please send a request to You can also learn more at our Meetup site. You don't have to sign up to attend, but it's keenly encouraged! It helps attendance, which helps everyone, including you!