Tapestry is an alcohol-free facility.
Tapestry strives to provide a safe environment for all people.
The lobby and other common areas are for socializing, eating and for the smooth flow of dancers in and out of the building. Be courteous to one another in crowded conditions, both inside the studios and in other areas. Please do not engage in any activity that jeopardizes safety or interferes with others’ use of the facility.
Please pay admission if you are dancing or coming in to the studios during a dance. If cost is a hardship, check with the Tapestry office about volunteer opportunities that could enable you to dance free; we always need more volunteers!
Bring only water into the studios. Other beverages and food should be consumed only in the lounge. We want to preserve the dance floors and keep them clean for a good dance experience.
Children thirteen and under are admitted free of charge (unless otherwise posted), but children must be supervised by a parent or other adult who pays admission. For groups of children, enough adults should accompany them to provide sufficient supervision.
Please do not enter or use a vacant studio without permission of the house manager on duty, so s/he knows what is happening in the building. A schedule of activities for the week can be found in the front lobby.
If someone treats you in a way that causes you to feel unsafe, that is intrusive or unwelcoming, we want to know. If we don’t know about it, we can’t address it. Please talk with the house manager, the dance leader, or, if you prefer, contact Tapestry’s executive director or a board member.
In the event of disruptive, intrusive or unsafe behavior anywhere on Tapestry property, Tapestry Folkdance Center and its house managers, admissions personnel, board members and staff reserve the right to insist that the individual or group cease the behavior or leave. If such behavior has occurred on other occasions and the individual or group has been warned, then the individual or group may be refused admittance indefinitely.
– Board of Directors, Tapestry Folkdance Center