PROHIBITED ITEMS

  • Backpacks and large bags over 9x10x12” or Camelback style hydration packs

  • Outside food or beverages including alcohol

  • Metal or glass containers

  • Illegal drugs or substances

  • Firearms (no concealed carry), knives, weapons or objects that could be used as weapons

  • Professional grade cameras, video equipment, or recording devices

  • Pets (with the exception of service animals)

  • Fireworks, laser pointers, flashlights, skateboards or skates

Management reserves the right to handle each occurrence on a case by case basis. All bags, jackets, and guests are subject to search upon entering facility. Prohibited items can be event specific, please contact the venue within a week of the event with any questions.

BUILDING RULES AND REGULATIONS

 

  1. All exhibits, groups, shows, Events, etc., must comply with all federal, state, and municipal codes that apply to places or building of public assembly.

  2. Smoking is banned within the Centre, including grounds, in accordance to Racine Municipal Code 66-616

  3. All electrical equipment must be UL approved and all gas operating equipment must be A.G.A. approved.

  4. All connections to building sound, video, TV systems, including all utilities, must be made by the Center's personnel.

  5. The Client shall not injure or deface any part of the Centre or any equipment in any manner, and shall not cause or permit anything to be done whereby the Centre or equipment shall be in any way damaged or defaced: and will not drive or permit to be driven nails, stakes, hooks, tacks, or screws into any part of the Centre, including grounds, or equipment and will not make nor allow to be made any alterations of any kind to the facility or equipment.

  6. Decals, tape, or other similar stick-on material are not permitted without prior written consent form the Centre, with the exception of name badges. It is the responsibility of the Client to notify individual all exhibitors or members.

  7. Service elevator cannot be used by anyone unless prior consent has been obtained from the Centre’s management staff.

  8. No one will be permitted to enter or use unassigned or restricted areas except by prior written consent by the Centre. Client understands and agrees that during the term of this Agreement the Centre may use or cause to be used any portion of the Center, including all public areas, not leased. 

  9. No animals except ADA service animals are allowed on the premises without prior written consent of the Centre. If it is a domesticated animal (i.e. dogs, cats, ferret, or potbelly pig) it is the responsibility of the Client to ensure that all licenses and vaccinations records are in accordance with Racine Municipal Code Section 10. It is also the responsibility of the Client to mark off a locations for animals to relieve themselves, as well as maintain this area and dispose of all fecal matter in accordance to Racine Municipal Code Section 10-99.

    If the animal is a non-domesticated animal, the Client shall obtain all permits from the City of Racine Health Department (Environmental Health Division) in accordance to Racine Municipal Code Section 10-42 and have all permits and plans on file with the facility no later than 1 week prior to the event.

  10. All security must be arranged by and coordinated with the Centre’s management staff.

  11. The Client shall not, without prior written consent of the Centre, put up or operate any engine, motor or machinery in the premises or use oils, burning fluids, camphene, kerosene, naphtha, or gasoline for either mechanical or other purposes or any other agent than gas or electricity for illuminating the Premises.

  12. Client is not and will not permit helium gas or helium filled balloons to be brought into the Center at any time.

  13. Client or its exhibitors are not permitted to paint, by spray or other means, any materials or equipment in any area without the prior written consent of the Centre.

  14. Client and its invitees are prohibited from bringing in firearms or weapons of any kind into the Center, with the exception of those carried by law enforcement officials or as part of a related firearms show or exhibit.

  15. All outside vendors must be on Centre’s approved vendor list before doing business within the Centre

  16. Cooking is only allowed within the Centre if the individual has a currently tested fire extinguisher at the cooking area at all times of operations, it must be available for viewing at the request of the Centre staff.

  17. No one will be permitted to block fire-fighting or other emergency equipment. This includes fire hose, extinguisher cabinets, and fire pull boxes.  Always keep aisle and fire door free for use.

  18. All curtains, buntings, draping of any kind must be of non-combustible materials in accordance to NFPA code 701, with a certificate of flame retardant in conformance with California Code Section 13115 on file with the facility no later than 1 week prior to the event.

  19. Vehicles may only be brought into the Centre including the grounds if they meet with Wisconsin Administrative Code Comm. 10.30. The vehicle may only be driven in or out of the Centre as long as the Centre is not occupied by the general public. The gas tank must have less than 5 gallons of gas with the gas cap secured with tape that is not soluble in a petroleum fuel. The ground cable of the battery must be disconnected with the cable and exposed battery terminal completely covered with tape.

  20. Fireworks and Pyrotechnics are prohibited in the Centre without written permission from the Centre 45 days prior to the event day, along with all permits on file, 15 days prior to the event day from the Racine Fire Department in accordance to Racine Municipal Code 66-518. Outdoor fireworks displays must comply with NFPA 1123 and all Pyrotechnics, indoors and outdoors, must comply with NFPA 1126. The Racine Fire Department requires all permit request and display information be submitted at least 30 days prior to the event day. Plus all fireworks and pyrotechnics must be inspected by a Fire Department Representative the day of the event before the Centre becomes occupied.

  21. Nothing may be placed in the lobby or in front of any emergency egress in accordance to International Building Code 1028.4. Without prior approval from the Centre’s management staff.

  22. If Client, being entitled to use of the Premises hereunder shall fail for any reason to use the Premises, Client shall not be entitled to any abatement of consideration reserved hereunder, and the consideration reserved hereunder, including any disbursements or expenses incurred by Licensor in connection there with, shall be payable by Client, as liquidated damages, and not be way of penalty.

  23. The Centre and it’s representatives reserve the sole right to sell or give away jewelry, librettos, flowers, periodicals, refreshments including but not limited to beverages, candies, and sandwiches,  and other merchandise, and to rent and sell opera glasses, umbrellas and other articles, to conduct check rooms, to control programs and to supervise the contents thereof, to take photographs, to control or supervise radio and/or television broadcasting or recording and transcription rights and equipment and other privileges, and Client shall not engage in or undertake the sale of any of the aforesaid articles or privileges, without the prior written consent of the Centre.

  24. The Client will not operate any lift within the Centre without prior written permission. As well as show proof of certification to operate lift.