Jersey Jam Day Visitors
JERSEY JAM DAY VISITORS
The day visitor package at the Jersey Jam will be held at The Fields at Waterloo in Allamuchy Township, New Jersey, at the intersection of Waterloo Road and Kinney Road. All Scouts in any program and their families are invited to attend.
Your experience will include parking and admission to the Jamboree activity and exhibit areas starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, October 5, 2019, until close of program at 5 p.m. This package also includes admission to exhibits at historic Waterloo Village via a bus ride from the main activity field.
It is important to note that day visitors will not be able to participate in all Jamboree activities, which are designed for registered Scouts, age 11 and older who are spending their weekend at the event. In addition, day visitors will not be able to visit the sub camps where Scouts will be staying for the weekend.
For the safety of everyone, all activities will follow age appropriate activities as defined by the Boy Scouts of America and can include other important minimum requirements such as height and/or weight.
The cost to attend as a day visitor at the Jamboree is $15 per person. Youth under age 7 admitted free. Pre-registration is highly encouraged to streamline the check-in process and to better guarantee parking spots.
NOTICE: All individuals on the registration must check in together as a group. If your registration indicates 4 people and you show up with 3, the on-site list will show all 4 people redeemed entry. Carpooling is critical to reduce the number of spots needed.
9 a.m.: Check-in at Day Visitor Entrance
9 a.m.: Program and Visitation Opens for Day Visitors
10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.: Lunch/Dinner Available for Purchase from Food Trucks
5 p.m.: Programs Close to All Participants
5 p.m.: Day Visitors Depart
Please reference "Day Visitors and Procedures" below for more detailed information.
Day Visitors and Procedures
It is important to note that day visitors will have a different experience than those guests joining us for the entire, 3 day, weekend at The Fields at Waterloo. Day visitors will be able to arrive as early as 9:00 am and will be directed to park at the designated parking lot for day visitors. Program areas will open to day visitors at 9:00 am. Day visitors will only be able to visit the program areas and will not be allowed to visit the sub camps where Scouts will be staying for the weekend. It is important to note that day visitors will not be able to participate in all Jamboree activities, which are designed for registered Scouts, age 11 and older who are spending their weekend at the event. For the safety of everyone, all activities will follow age appropriate activities as defined by the Boy Scouts of America and can include other important minimum requirements such as height and/or weight. Day visitors can bring their own lunch (do not bring glass) or purchase lunch from any on-site food truck.
A day visitor’s day will include:
1) Touring the Jamboree activities and exhibits
2) Visiting your favorite Scout or unit in the program or exhibit areas
3) Special demonstrations
4) Memories of a lifetime
Upon arriving to the Jamboree, visitors will need to pass through a security checkpoint before they enter the Jamboree. Each day visitor will be given a colored wristband. Day visitors must be accompanied by an adult for the full duration of the visit. All day visitors will be escorted off the property immediately following the close of program at 5:00 PM.
HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT: In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Patriots’ Path Council, Boy Scouts of America will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate persons with disabilities at its meetings. Please contact Andrew Joiner, Staff Advisor, at 973-765-9322 x252 or email@example.com
PHOTO RELEASE: I understand that by attending this program, sponsored by the Patriots’ Path Council, Boy Scouts of America, I consent to the use of photographs, film, videotapes, electronic representations and/or sound recordings made of me during that time by the Boy Scouts of America, at their discretion, and I hereby release the Boy Scouts of America from any and all liability from such use and publication.
RULES FOR ACCEPTANCE AND PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAMS: Rules for acceptance and participation in the programs are the same for everyone without regard to race, color, national origin, or handicap.
REFUND POLICY: In all programs offered by the Patriots’ Path Council, BSA, a great deal of planning and purchasing takes place well in advance. These plans include, but are not limited to, staff, food, program materials, patches and awards, rental and purchase of equipment, and in some cases, items of clothing such as T-shirts that are given as part of a program fee. When an individual or group makes a reservation for an activity or program, these items are included in ordering of materials and staffing for that event. Individuals or groups that cancel a program reservation 30 days prior to the date of the event will receive a refund of fees paid, less a 15% administrative charge. No refunds will be made after the 30 day cancellation deadline, unless there is a medical or other emergency.
ALL CANCELLATIONS MUST BE MADE IN WRITING AND SENT TO: PATRIOTS’ PATH COUNCIL, ATTN: Andrew Joiner, 1 Saddle Road, Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927
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