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1. What is the capacity of the barn and the outdoor space? We provide enough seating for up to 200 guests. 2. Are tents provided for outdoor events? No. However, we do have one covered patio on the side of the barn. You are welcome to bring in your own tent. 3. Are we allowed to use vendors of our choice? Absolutely! It’s your day, so make it special! We do provide information for vendors in our welcome package just in case you need help finding anyone local. The only time we request "certain" vendors is when it pertains to alcohol service. 4. Do you have a PA system? No 5. Do we have to set up for our event? When we schedule your event, we will discuss guest count and indoor/outdoor event. We will help set up for your event. However, it is your responsibility to leave with whatever personal items you use as decorations. Anything left will be discarded. 6. What is the trash policy? Just make sure that guests leave trash in the designated trash cans and we will take care of the rest! 7. How many bathrooms are available? We have 3 bathrooms – one in the bridal room and two handicap accessible for guests. 8. Do you have a kitchen? No. We have a catering room. 9. Does the barn have central heating and air? YES! We have a HUGE system that will keep you nice and cozy in the winter and cool in the summer. During spring and fall events, we will leave the system off and enjoy the outdoor weather by leaving the doors open - the choice is yours. 10. Are we allowed to bring our own alcohol? Due to liability and licensing, all alcoholic beverages must be supplied by a caterer/restaurant. Bartenders will also have to be on site to serve any alcoholic beverages. We will be happy to provide you with a list of vendors who are able to supply you with bartenders and drinks. NO GLASS BOTTLES will be allowed unless poured into a cup by the bartender. Beer and wine ONLY. 11. What about parking? There is a gravel circle parking lot in front of the barn, as well as a gravel parking lot to the right side of the barn. For larger events, guests can also park up and down the driveway.
Pictures by Veda Norman and Waterhouse Studios Photography