• A message to our valued members, at this time the Calgary Adult Playground (Polyamory) Community Club Our Location continues to remain CLOSED until further notice. Please use the GTFO Community and its GTFO Virtual multicam Community to continue to interact with one another. Please act to stay safe and healty we will greet you all when we are permitted to re-open. 

     05/02/2020 NEWS The Federal Provincial leaders are revealing the Re opening of Alberta Business. We will not try to repeat what is all over the news feeds. What we will say is that CAPC will make its decision to re-open when we are permitted to re-open We can tell you that our entrance requirements will change Safety and Health will be the focus What exactly the will look like we are not entirely sure. The is still to be determined, as we enter and pass through the weeks ahead os us we will get a better understanding of what we wil have to do to re-open CAPC doors. 

    Coronavirus “COVID 19” is a concern that should not be taken lightly. We must all exercise extreme awareness of our surroundings, exercise good hygiene habits and if there is reason to suspect infection, we strongly ask that you take the necessary steps.


    At the Calgary Adult Playground (Polyamory) Community Club, we will continue to                     


    • Continue standard Health and Cleaning practises (Alberta Health Standards);
    • Continue welcoming guests that present a Healthy and Positive appearance.
    • Continue to lead by example in maintaining a Healthy and Positive environment.


    We offer the following basics for self hygiene:

    • If you are not healthy please stay home (Isolation may be required);
    • Be aware of your surroundings and the people you are associating with;
    • If you have traveled outside of the country, please wait out the 14 day incubation period before interacting with people, members of the community.
    • Wash your hands often and well – hot water, soap and a duration of at least 20 seconds are the three critical steps
    • Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer when hand washing is not available
    • Cover coughs and sneezes with your sleeve or tissue
    • Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects
    • Avoid touching your face unless you have just washed your hands
    • Stay home if you or your child are sick

    More information can be obtained from Alberta Health Services and or Dial 811.

    Management will continue to monitor the COVID 19 situation and we will advise our members of any changes.

    Ms Stacey and Pj are available to answer your questions about, Call us:

                               Ms Stacey 403 860 2102  or Pj 403 826 2670

    Thank you.