Wednesdays Hump Day Social

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VML President, Chum, is hosting our weekly Wednesday night meetups once again!  Everything kicks off at 6:00 pm at The Junction Pub, where we meet for food and drinks at our reserved table.  We hang out until 7:30 pm, and then head across the street to The Pumpjack Pub, where we hang out at the back of the bar and play pool until late.

If it’s your first time, feel free to ask a staff member where we can be found. You’re welcome to pull up a chair with us, have some drinks, eat some great pub grub, and meet some new people who share your interest in leather and kink.

This is an informal, casual event and is a great way to introduce yourself to us!

Food & Beer Specials at The Junction

Wednesdays are Wing Night at The Junction!  Enjoy 1lb of wings for $6.50, or 1lb of wings plus a draught beer for $10.50.  

Covid Restrictions

We are adhering to the provincial requirements for socializing during the global pandemic. This means that we are required to present a valid vaccine passport for entry to both locations, as well as wear a mask whenever away from our tables or playing pool.

Both locations are operating as full service bars at the moment, which means a server will come to where we are sitting to take orders.

Want to wear some gear? Go for it!

While most attendees will be fairly casually dressed, some may want to gear up for our weekly hang.  So whether you are wearing a t-shirt and jeans, or in full leather uniform, you’re welcome to join us.

Still feeling unsure? Drop a line on Facebook

Vancouver Men in Leather’s Facebook page remains the best way to get in contact with our membership.

There are 2 VML pages available, our Community Organization page, which is public and is open for all, and our Private Group, which requires approval before it can be viewed.  If you opt for the private group, be sure to fill in your application in order to expedite the signup process.  Somebody will typically approve your request within the day.

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