CLEANING PROCEDURES: The Opera House Dining Room will be cleaned prior to being turned over to the Contracting Party. If the venue is not in acceptable condition, the Contracting Party must immediately notify the Event Coordinator. Failure to notify the Event Coordinator of unacceptable room conditions or defects results in the Contracting Party’s approval of the venue prior to the event. At the end of the rental, any equipment, supplies, decorations, garbage, etc. must be removed from the room. All property remaining on the premises beyond the end of the Rental Agreement will be charged at the prevailing hourly rate. Should the Contracting Party need special consideration of removal of property beyond the rental period, this can be arranged prior to the beginning of the rental for an additional fee.
The Contracting Party is responsible for the cleaning of the facility, returning it back to the same acceptable condition as approved earlier. This includes returning furniture to it's original position, sweeping the floor, and wiping down tables, surfaces, or any spills. Failure to follow the Cleaning Procedure guidelines results in forfeit of a portion of the Damage Deposit to be determined by Opera House Management (Minimum $50.00). In the event of damage to the carpeting or furniture upholstery, a minimum charge of $75.00 will be applied.
Cleaning materials, towels, brooms and mops will be available for the use of the Contracting Party. Refuse must be placed in the appropriate receptacles. The Opera House Dining Room is a non-smoking facility. The Contracting Party agrees to pay any and all damage fees assessed by Opera House Management.