FAQ

Site Rules & FAQ's

Sorted alphabetically instead of by level of importance.

Alcohol
All alcoholic drinks at the Barre Auditorium must be supplied and served by a licensed caterer. Unfortunately, that means we can't even bring our own home brew.  We will have a licensed cash bar on site from 2:00 p.m.  to 9:00 p.m. The legal drinking age in the state of Vermont is 21. We have a zero tolerance policy for underage drinking.  Really.  We don't want to lose the right to use the Barre Auditorium.

Site Policies
This facility is completely accessible.
There is a no flame policy; please bring battery-powered lighting if needed.
The state of Vermont has a no smoking policy for all public buildings.


Children
The Barre Auditorium is a large building with many passage ways and utility areas that are often open.   For the safety of the children, we require that those under 5 be with a parent or guardian, and that children ages of 5 through 12 be within sight/sound of a parent or guardian at all times. Parents/Guardians are responsible for the behavior of their children. Chronic non-compliance with this policy may result in the parties involved being asked to leave the site.

Also, Minors attending with an adult other than their parent or legal guardian are REQUIRED to present both a notarized medical consent form and a minor's release form signed by their parent or legal guardian. These forms are available at:

PDF file Minor's Medical Authorization

PDF file Waiver for Minors

PDF file Family Minor Waiver

Feast
A feast at the East Kingdom 12th Night is a must attend activity! This feast traditionally sells out, so don't count on getting in at the gate. Send payment to secure your feast reservation. Unpaid reservations aren't reservations at all and will be bumped in favor of paid ones. Payment by January 5th will be appreciated!

Parking and Off-loading
Off-loading near the auditorium is acceptable but the space is limited.  Therefore, after unloading your vehicle, please move it to one of the several parking areas at the complex so others may also off-load near the building.

Weather
January in Vermont is usually the coldest month of the year and often has extremely cold temperatures. It has been known, on occasion, to be well below 0 F during the day.  Such weather can cause vehicles to be balky after being left for extended periods of time.  Although the temperature it is often well above freezing, please, for your own peace of mind, prepare your vehicle for the lower extremes, if you haven't already done so. 

 
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