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Consent & Safety Planning For Professionals

  • Station One Center for the Arts 24 E King Street Lancaster, PA, 17603 United States (map)

Animal House Productions & Lost Sugar Disco, LLC. Presents

Sunday, March 10th | Consent & Safety for Professionals
Facilitated by Consent Guardian & Trainer, Emma Kaywin of House of YES!

Are you a local business of Lancaster? Take a seat and grab some grub and a beer Sunday, March 10th at Tellus, and come join us in this city-wide movement!
We are inviting and encouraging business owners of Lancaster that participate in the social, arts, music or party scene to partake in this 2-hr free training! We will cover consent, safety best practices and identify methods for improving safety planning in your business with the aim to improve the social and nightlife atmospheres in Lancaster City! 

This invitation is open to the public and advocating towards bar and restaurant business owners, staff + security, concert promoters, event producers and coordinators, industry artists and workers and more! You set the tone for our city + community. By working together to align ourselves with the same missions and values as a whole - we can foster a safer, educated, conscious nightlife scene! 
Admission: Free
Suggested $10-20 donation
1PM-3PM at Tellus360
24 E. King Street, Lancaster, PA

Sponsored by Animal House Productions, Lost Sugar Disco, Tellus 360

Emma Kaywin is a sexual health educator, writer, and activist based in Brooklyn, NY. Her background is in HIV writing and education, most recently working at the Mount Sinai Institute for Advanced Medicine as their Program Manager for Development, Communications, and the Peer Program. For two years, she was the sexual health columnist for She is the consent co-lead for the DC-based arts nonprofit Meso Creso and the consent and meditation lead for House of YES. Through these and other roles, Emma delivers consent and sexual safety workshops to individuals nationwide. She is currently working towards a doctorate in health education at Teachers College of Columbia University, where she is researching how communities are developing consent and safety protocols to create more welcoming spaces.



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3/9: Culture Consent Conference Opening Night Dance Party: SRSQ + Shoyei  + Elixirs + Elevated Vibes @ SOCA | More info:

3/10: Workshop #2: Consent and Safety Planning for Professionals at Tellus 360 | More info:

3/11: Workshop #3: All You Ever Wanted To Know About Consent at Lancaster City Public Library | More info: