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Club Policies for Bar and Bat Mitzvahs at The Bucks Club

The following guidelines are intended to ensure that your time at The Bucks Club will be enjoyable and carefree.

  • Payment schedule for the event will be as follows: An initial deposit of $1500 will be due upon booking your Event. After 60 days, an additional $1500 deposit will be due. The final payment will be due 7 days prior to the event. (Must be certified check, cash or money order)
  • The person signing the contract shall be financially responsible for all remaining charges on the day of the event.
  • No dates shall be reserved without a signed confirmation letter, event contract, club policies form, and applicable deposit.
  • All Food and Beverage must be purchased through the club. The Bucks Club is a premises licensed to sell alcoholic beverages in the state of Pennsylvania. It is illegal to transport alcoholic beverages to this property.
  • You must confirm the “Guaranteed Number” of attendees 5 days prior to the event.
  • Prizes and Valuables: The Bucks Club will not be responsible for lost or stolen articles.
  • Event host is responsible for the conduct of their guests, and may be asked to intervene with uncooperative guests.
  • Entertainer and performers are permitted by obtaining permission from the Bucks Club management.
  • Damage to the Ballroom and/or Clubhouse is the responsibility of the event chairperson. Should such damage result in an assessment of the property, the event chairperson will be responsible for reimbursement to the club.
  • Event signage and decoration are subject to approval by The Bucks Club management regarding size, location, and subject matter. Confetti and fog machines are not permitted.
  • Hosts may enter the Ballroom 1 hour prior to the start of the event, to set up, decorate, etc.
  • Menu must be selected 2 weeks prior to the event.
  • ALL guests wishing to consume alcohol must be at least 21 years of age and have proper ID with them to be presented upon request. The Bucks Club reserves the right to stop serving alcohol to a guest who the staff believes may be harmful to themselves or others by further consumption.