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  1. No glitter, confetti, rice, or flammable decorations are to be used. Additionally, no toys that involve confetti, glitter, or silly string are allowed. No tape is to be used on the walls or tables. No fog machines are to be used in or around the building. No bicycles may be used in the building.
  2. Any decorations or activities involving open flame, including sparklers, candelabras, and candlesticks, are prohibited.
  3. Decorations may not hang from the ceilings or light fixtures.
  4. The weight room is off limits and may never be used as an event space or as catering space.
  5. Renters shall not allow keg beer to be served. All liquor must remain inside the boathouse.
  6. All events that have alcohol are required to hire a Police Detail to be on premise. The detail remains outside in his or her vehicle during the event and makes sure there are no attempts made to leave the event intoxicated driving a vehicle.
  7. Renters shall not adjust spotlights, ceiling lights, wall lights, or remove light bulbs.
  8. CRI is a non-smoking organization. Smoking is NOT allowed anywhere in or around the Harry Parker Boathouse, including the balconies and the walkway between the Boathouse and the river. This applies to all catering staff and guests.
  9. All non-CRI rental equipment must be brought up the back staircase or in CRI’s elevator. Rental equipment may not be carried up or down the front staircases.
  10. All non-CRI rental equipment must be approved by CRI in advance of the event. A list of non-CRI equipment must be submitted to the Event Manager two weeks in advance of the event date.
  11. All non-CRI rental equipment drop-off times and pick-up times must be emailed to the Event Manager two weeks in advance of the event date. Drop-offs must take place the day of the event and pick-ups must be scheduled for the morning following the event. These times should be confirmed with the Event Manager.
  12. The second floor food preparation space (classroom) tables may NOT be used for food preparation. Caterers must bring in their own food preparation tables. No catering equipment or food should be placed on any of the tables that reside in the classroom catering preparation space.
  13. Bar needs to be closed 30 minutes prior to the end of the Licensee’s event.
  14. Directly following the end of the event, all CRI rental equipment used during the event must be put back in the storage closet.
  15. All non-CRI rental equipment that is being picked up the following morning must be moved down the hall and stored in the meeting room (next to the elevator). This must be done at the end of the event during the allotted breakdown time period.
  16. All items, including glass bottles and soda/beer cans used and discarded by guests and caterers, must be removed from the building by way of the back staircase.
  17. All ice should be discarded OUTSIDE the back door, not in the bathroom sinks or kitchen sink.
  18. Event room floor must be swept clean of any broken glass, food, or trash that may have dropped during the event. All spilled food and drinks must be washed off during the breakdown.
  19. Both bathrooms must be swept clean of any broken glass, food, or trash that may have dropped in the bathrooms during the event.
  20. Trash must be removed at the end of the event and placed in the dumpster outside using the back staircase. No trash is allowed on the elevator. All trash must be taken out of the building down the back staircase.
  21. At the end of the breakdown time the main event space and classroom should be emptied of all private event equipment and trash.
  22. No children under the age of 18 are allowed on the balconies, downstairs in the boathouse, or outside without being accompanied by an adult chaperone. The host is responsible for all guests and their safety.