-No person shall willfully mark, deface, disfigure, displace, or remove any park property. -Every guardian in charge of a minor shall be personally responsible for any malicious damage to any person or property caused by the child. -No person shall dump, deposit, or leave any bottles, broken glass, or rubbish in the park except in the available dumpster. -No parking in park areas (including walkways, pathways, and grass areas). Violators will be ticketed. --All park facilities such as volleyball nets and horseshoe pits must be shared. -No loud music. Please be considerate of those in nearby pavilions and the residents who live in the area surrounding the park. -No fireworks are permitted -No fires are permitted -No alcoholic beverages -No dogs are permitted where signage is posted “No Dogs Allowed.” Unless they are a documented service animal.
Detroit Pagan Pride Day
As a community of both Pagans and Non-Pagans, we drew our circle with love last year, embracing and welcoming all within it.
That is why we say that ALL are welcome to join in our event, provided they can follow these simple rules:
Be kind to one another. Do not provoke animosity through words or deeds. Hateful speech, bullying tactics and malicious actions will not be tolerated.
Be respectful of each other. You don't have to agree, but you must be able to peacefully coexist.
Be willing to join in. Come and share the day with us. Learn something new, listen to the music, join in a conversation, or just help us celebrate the day.
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