Remembering WWII 2017 Civilian Reenactor, Vendor, and Volunteer Rules

It is the responsibility of each participant to act in a safe and reasonable manner at all times. The organizers of this event have final authority on all safety & conduct issues.

 

Civilian/Non-Combatant Reenactors

  1. 1941-1945 period-correct impressions required. Only original or reproduction quality clothing and accessories allowed.
  2. Everyone is personally responsible for securing his or her own property. The Remembering WWII staff is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items.
  3. Anyone who finds a lost item should turn it in immediately at the Info Booth. Anyone who has lost an item should let the Info Booth know.
  4. No alcohol consumption allowed on Saturday. Moderate consumption allowed on Friday from dusk to 11pm, in the encampment area only.
  5. Dress code: conservative garb appropriate for small-town America in the 1940s. No cleavage, short skirts, bathing suits, etc.
  6. Behave appropriately toward all fellow reenactors, event staff, and the public. Any inappropriate or forward behavior must be reported to event staff.

 

Vendors

  1. While event staff will have security personnel in place for the vendor area on Friday night, the Remembering WWII staff is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items.
  2. Anyone who finds a lost item should turn it in immediately at the Info Booth. Anyone who has lost an item should let the Info Booth know.
  3. The vendor area will open to the public at 9:00 AM Saturday morning. Please have your booth open at this time.
  4. No alcohol consumption allowed on Saturday. Moderate consumption allowed on Friday from dusk to 11pm, in the encampment area only.
  5. Period dress is not required for vendors, but please dress conservatively. This is a family event.
  6. Behave appropriately toward all fellow vendors, reenactors, event staff, and the public. Any inappropriate or forward behavior must be reported to event staff.

 

Volunteers

  1. Remember that as a volunteer, you represent the event to all attendees. Behave accordingly.
  2. Be on time to all volunteer briefings and to your assigned job time slots. Volunteers who do not appear for briefings and/or time slots may have meal tickets revoked.
  3. Everyone is personally responsible for securing his or her own property. The Remembering WWII staff is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items.
  4. Anyone who finds a lost item in the field should turn it in immediately at the Info Booth. Anyone who has lost an item should let the Info Booth know.
  5. Know your job description and chain of command. Be ready to problem solve, but when a larger issue arises, take that to your category head. Do not usurp authority or take over jobs, except when approved by your category head.
  6. Absolutely no alcohol consumption or profanity allowed. Violations of this rule must be reported to event staff.
  7. Period dress is encouraged for our volunteers but not required. Please dress conservatively (no cleavage, short skirts, bathing suits, etc.), remembering that you represent the event to the public.
  8. Behave appropriately toward all fellow volunteers, reenactors, and the public. Any inappropriate or forward behavior must be reported to event staff.