The pleasure of your company is requested at luncheon, on Saturday afternoon, July 11, at 1 o'clock.
Stanley park (more precicely—it's on the sort of peninsula bit on the east side of the park; apparently this was once a burial ground. It is also next to the small cafe/washroom/souvenir shop by the totem poles, and near some pay parking).
This is an all-ages event, so if you're under 19 you can come out and meet other goths. (yay!) Well-behaved cats and children are also welcome provided you take care of their needs.
On June 28 a small handful of Goths gathered at White Pine Beach for our first Tricities Goth Day at the Beach! The meetup officially started at 11am and by 2pm, we had taken over a reasonable corner of the beach. We had a grill for hot dogs and burgers, plenty of veggies, and chips. Everyone brought bottled water so we totally had a surplus of fluid which was AWESOME! Also everyone also brought blueberries to share. The park rangers saw our sign and wandered over to inquire about the event and to say they look forward to seeing us in future years.
With the humidex it's supposed to get up to 33 ⁰C today, that's 92 ⁰F…
An intricate Gothic burlesque style jewelry set: an ornate choker necklace with red faceted acrylic beads, and matching teardrop earrings.
You can now do a single-click login from Facebook on Gothic BC. If you have and existing account, you should log in normally first and make sure that the e-mail you have registered for Gothic BC is the same as the one you used to register for facebook.
GothicBC is a resource for goths and like-minded bohemians, artists, musicians, etc. from Victoria to Fort St. John. Promoters and patrons of B.C. events can upload pictures to personal albums and share them in the public photo gallery to showcase these events. In the forum a whole gamut of topics are discussed. We feed our content to our facebook page and our Google+ page and have a Tumblr site for some extra eye-candy. People new to B.C. use the site as a resource to meet like-minded individuals. Former residents of B.C. use the site to keep an eye on what's happening "back home."
For more information, read the FAQ.