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Old 11-12-2012, 04:52 PM   #1
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Throwing a Party...

So I have access to an old warehouse up in Squamish that I would like to throw a party in. The lot is zoned for industrial and as far as I understand, has no noise bylaws (this I will double check).

It will be a party with friends and there will be no fee to get in or anything sold inside.

Anything I need to know or be aware of? As far as liabilities, curious police, etc are concerned.

Thinking about 40-50 people.

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Old 11-12-2012, 04:55 PM   #2
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So I have access to an old warehouse up in Squamish that I would like to throw a party in. The lot is zoned for industrial and as far as I understand, has no noise bylaws (this I will double check).

It will be a party with friends and there will be no fee to get in or anything sold inside.

Anything I need to know or be aware of? As far as liabilities, curious police, etc are concerned.

Thinking about 100-150 people.

Thanks
fixed, if you tell your friends that youre throwing a warehouse party.
there's gonna be more people showing up than you think.
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Old 11-12-2012, 05:11 PM   #3
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If you want to go legit, I think you need to notify the police of the date and time. But, you better be strict on no booze, otherwise it will blow up in your face if any minors are drinking.
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we used to always have warehouse parties, just becareful about drunks bumping into things like saws or w.e. is in the warehouse that will cause injuries.

otherwise.. I really dont see a problem compared to house parties where neighbours are trying to sleep at 11 pm and your party goes on till 6 am.

only way a cop would show up is if the next door warehouse has overnight shifts and they notify the cops, or night patrols but it was rare.
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Old 11-12-2012, 10:08 PM   #6
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fixed, if you tell your friends that youre throwing a warehouse party.
there's gonna be more people showing up than you think.
Ya, good point. I'm pretty sure I can keep it under 50. I have a good group of friends and everyone will be coming from Van and will need a place to stay. It's my building and I can always lock the door.

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we used to always have warehouse parties, just becareful about drunks bumping into things like saws or w.e. is in the warehouse that will cause injuries.

otherwise.. I really dont see a problem compared to house parties where neighbours are trying to sleep at 11 pm and your party goes on till 6 am.

only way a cop would show up is if the next door warehouse has overnight shifts and they notify the cops, or night patrols but it was rare.
Luckily the closest homes are a couple hundred meters away with a few buildings in between. Thanks for the advice.
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Old 11-13-2012, 02:13 AM   #7
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Ya, good point. I'm pretty sure I can keep it under 50. I have a good group of friends and everyone will be coming from Van and will need a place to stay. It's my building and I can always lock the door.



Luckily the closest homes are a couple hundred meters away with a few buildings in between. Thanks for the advice.
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