Attendee Code of Conduct

Three Cranes Grove, ADF, is a safe and welcoming community that values inclusion, consent, hospitality, and integrity. We expect both guest and host to be considerate and to work together to create a safe space for each other. This includes an intolerance for behaviors that show abuse, hate, discrimination, or racism in any form. We invite all individuals to attend our events, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, military status, mental or physical disability, location, employment, family status, or personal spiritual belief or path, provided that the individual is willing to participate in our activities or events in a polite and non-judgmental fashion. 


We have additional guidelines for minors (and adults working with minors) attending the festival.  Please see the Conduct Specific to Minors policy (still under revision) for more information. 


Behavior that undermines or opposes inclusion, consent, hospitality, or integrity will not be tolerated. Attendees shall not knowingly engage in activities and/or behaviors that violate the inherent rights of others. Such behaviors include, but is not limited to: disruptive or hostile behavior, physical violence, racism, sexism, homophobism, transphobism, ableism, antisemitism, other bigoted behaviors, unwelcome physical contact, sexual advances, harassment, or coercion to partake in alcohol or other recreational substances. 


All those attending activities or events hosted by Three Cranes Grove, ADF are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct. Three Cranes reserves the right to take punitive action against anyone whose behavior violates the Code of Conduct. Punitive action includes, but is not limited to, suspension, expulsion, and banning from all current and/or future Grove activities or events. No refund(s) shall be issued in the event of punitive action. The Three Cranes Grove Senior Druid holds final say in any and all punitive action taken.


If you experience or witness any behavior that violates the Code of Conduct, we invite you to bring this to the attention of the event organizer or our Senior Druid in a timely fashion. All attendees are expected to know and understand the legal reporting requirements that they are subject to. Anyone who witnesses or is made aware of assault or abuse is expected to report to the Senior Druid or other staff member in charge. We will investigate and take appropriate action. 


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This Code of Conduct inspired by: ADF Code of Conduct, Free Spirit Gathering Policies