Building Use Policies

Food and Drink: Food and beverages, other than water in a closed container, are NOT permitted in the dance studios. Food can be consumed in the lounge/kitchen space. Renter is responsible for clean up of kitchen.

Tapestry is a smoke and alcohol free building. In order to accommodate persons with chemical sensitivities, we invite renters to consider making their event a fragrance-free event.

Clean-up: Renters are responsible for cleaning the space before they leave, for arranging the space as it was when they arrived, and for ensuring the building is locked and secure. Cleaning services may be available, if requested, for a cost of $35/hour.

Bike Policy: No bikes allowed in the building. There are bike racks on the front boulevard.

Use of Public Space: Unless you are reserving the entire building, the lounge, hallways and bathrooms are shared by all dance programs currently occupying the building. Do not take over the entire space or prevent others from using the public spaces.

Arrival and Departure Times: Several activities may be schedule at Tapestry at the same time or one after another. To minimize congestion in the lounge and hallway, please ask participants to arrive no more than 15 minutes before a dance or lesson, and to leave promptly after a dance or class (unless it’s the last dance of the evening). Teachers should arrive no more than 1/2 hour before a class, unless time has been reserved for preparation.

Building Security: Tapestry is a secure building. The doors are unlocked during the time that public dances are taking place in the evening. If only one dance studio is in use, or during the day, it is advisable that the outside doors remain locked and that participants use the doorbell to obtain entry.

For additional information about scheduling and rental policies, or to schedule a visit to see the facility or to reserve space, please email our rental manager, Leslie MacKenzie or call 612-722-2914.

Updated 10/18/2016

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