Festival (ARF) Rules and Regulations
Date: August 22,
Hours: Saturday 9
a.m. to 4 p. m.
Setup will begin anytime from 2 p. m. – 10 p. m. on Friday. Contact
the ARF Committee for other arrangements.
The Aukiki River Festival Committee has the power to tell any
participants to remove inappropriate items.
If such items are not removed, you may be asked to leave, thus
forfeiting your fees.
All participants must adhere to any decisions by the Aukiki River
Festival Committee. Aukiki
River Festival Committee decisions are final.
Aukiki River Festival Committee members will be identifiable.
Historic attire must be worn by all participants Saturday and during
open hours. You are encouraged to wear historic clothing at all times,
bringing old worn historic clothing for work time.
Non-potable water and firewood is provided.
No flea market items.
No items determined by the Aukiki River Festival Committee to be
dangerous or unwanted will be allowed.
No alcoholic beverages will be consumed during the day - between
midnight and 5 o'clock in the afternoon. All beverages must be consumed
from primitive containers. No drugs or illegal substances allowed.
During the evening hours, use good judgment and moderation. Please
refrain from any activity that is disruptive to others
MINORS: No minors allowed to camp alone outside their parents' or legal
guardians' designated area. NO MINORS ALLOWED TO CONSUME ALCOHOL.
NO DOGS, or ANIMALS ALLOWED,
except program dogs or companion dogs for handicapped.
Participants are responsible for all pre-approved animals and
will need proof of insurance and required immunizations.
QUIET TIME after 12 midnight. so all can
sleep! Be considerate of others.
No vehicles in the festival
area at any time except to load or unload ONLY before 8:30 a.m. Unload
and remove vehicles immediately. DO NOT let vehicle block roadways while
you arrange your camp or booth.
Except with special permission secured in advance, camps and booths will
not be broken prior to 4 p.m. Saturday. No vehicles will be let in to
pack up until after 4:15 p.m. Saturday.
All participants must stay in the designated area and not wander off
into the woods.
No loaded or primed firearms
except at the designated shooting range. The shooting range must be
supervised by a festival represenitive during shooting demonstration
No raffles allowed.
I hereby acknowledge that I
am aware of the risks and hazards inherent upon entering in, on or upon
said premises where the Aukiki River Festival is held and/or in participating
in any activities held at, on or upon said premises. Acknowledging said
risks and hazards, I, nevertheless, elect voluntarily to enter upon said
premises, knowing their present
condition and knowing that said condition may become more hazardous and dangerous
during the time of the Aukiki River Festival. In
addition, I hereby voluntarily assume any and all risks of loss, damage,
or injury, including death, that may be sustained by
me, while in, on, or upon said premises, and I voluntarily assume any
and all risks of loss or
damage to my property while in, on, or upon said premises. I
am aware that my involvement
as a participant in the Aukiki River Festival is a hazardous activity,
and I am voluntarily
participating in this activity with the knowledge of the dangers
In consideration of my
participation and with full understanding of the inherent risks, I hereby fully waive, release and hold harmless the
Kankakee Valley Historical Society, Inc., Riverwood Farms, Inc.,
John P. Hodson, and the John P. Hodson Revocable Trust and any of the directors, officers, agents, employees, or assigns of the
aforementioned entities or
persons from any and all tort and civil liability arising from or
relating to my participation
in the Aukiki River Festival. This waiver, release and hold harmless
relates to and includes, but
is not limited to, any and all present and future claims, whether known or unknown, whether anticipated or unanticipated, including any and all
claims of negligence against the Kankakee Valley Historical Society,
Inc., Riverwood Farms, Inc., John
P. Hodson, the John P. Hodson Revocable Trust and/or any directors,
officers, agents, employees or assigns of the aforementioned
entities or persons. This waiver, release,
and hold harmless also relates to and includes any and all property
damage, loss, other damage,
penalty, cost, expense, personal injury, claims, causes of action, or
wrongful death arising from
or related to my participation in the Aukiki River Festival.
I have read this Release of
Liability and fully understand that by signing this Release of Liability, I am giving up legal rights and/or remedies
which may otherwise be available to me.
This release shall be binding upon my distributees, heirs, next of kin,
executors, administrators and personal representatives.
In signing the foregoing release, I hereby
acknowledge and represent:
have read the foregoing release, understand it, and am signing it voluntarily;
(b) That I am over eighteen (18)
years of age and of sound mind.
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