Site Rules & FAQ
ADULT BEVERAGES: Alcohol is allowed in the feast hall and at the official bardic circle. Well, really anywhere you can normally drink this year. Please keep alcohol to period containers outside of your house. The drinking age in NH is 21 but please abide by your local laws for drinking age. Underage drinking will not be tolerated. You are responsible for your own actions in your own homes. Actions which pose a danger to yourself or others may result in being bounced from meeting rooms without refund.
CHILDREN: This is a relatively small (web) site with the possibility of wondering onto the much larger cloud. We ask that children under 5 are with a responsible person at all times. Children between 5 and 12 should be within sight and hearing distance of a responsible person. Parents/guardians are responsible for the behavior of their children. Children found without a Parent/Guardian or responsible person will be herded together with the Stonemarche sheep. We can not guarantee that they will not be sheared along with the sheep.
FIRE PITS: Your back yard may have a fire pit available for your use. Or maybe a fireplace in your living room. Wood should be stacked near each pit, but not too close. Please do not bring firewood into your location from out of state. Portable fire pits are allowed. Please adhere to all local fire laws and regulations in your community.
ICE: You'll have to get your own ice this year. Sorry for the inconvenience.
MEAL PLAN: The meal plans starts on Friday night and goes through Monday morning and includes feast on Saturday night. Gentles partaking in meal plan are expected to prep, cook, serve, and cleanup all of their own meals. This allows everyone to enjoy the event and experience of providing for so many including being stuck in the kitchen the whole time. Children 5-12 can help with service and cleanup.
PETS: are allowed on site but they must:
Be up to date on their shots and any other requirements mandated by your city/town.
Must be cleaned up after while on site.
We reserve the right to mute your line should your dog(s) prove to be a nuisance by barking at the squirrel, car, or mailman passing by the window.
POTABLE WATER: There's a faucet in your kitchen. Enjoy!
QUIET HOURS: Between 11:59 pm and 12:01 am. Or until your neighbors call the police on you. WARNING: Language will become adult at the standard hour of 10 PM. You may wish to send all magpies and quoters to bed or elsewhere.
SITE TOKENS: Site tokens need to be visible at all times. Meal plan and feast tokens are part of your site token.
SWIMMING: Lifeguards will *not* be on duty this year. Access to your local pool, pond, lake, wading pool, or bathtub are permitted in accordance with your own level of comfort and availability.
TOILETS/SHOWERS/ RUNNING WATER: It's your home, you should know where to find them by now.
TRAFFIC, PARKING AND OFF LOADING: When arriving at site, please park in your driveway, garage, or designated parking area. Do not park in the middle of the road as it blocks traffic. Please keep your parking pass in the front window.
TRASH: This is a CARRY-IN CARRY-OUT event! Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! The maid is out sick, and so is Mom, so pick up after yourselves.
WEATHER: In the event of severe weather, stay calm and stay inside. In the case of a hurricane or tornado, please head to your basement or where ever else it is safe.