Frequently Asked Questions
Parents should immediately report lost children to the Fairground Office or find a board member or volunteer and request assistance.
The board member or volunteer will immediately contact the Fair Office either in person or by the two way radio.
Anyone finding a lost child should immediately take the child to the Fair Office.
The South Mountain Agricultural Society assumes no responsibility for checking or assuring that an adult, with whom a child is re-united, is the proper parent, guardian or custodian of such child.
THE PUBLIC IS SPECIFICALLY CAUTIONED THAT THE MOUNTAIN TOWNSHIP AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY DOES NOT HAVE THE ABILITY TO MAKE SUCH DETERMINATIONS.
Anyone attending The South Mountain Fair will do so at their own risk and is deemed to assume the risk of such attendance.
Any adult who brings a child to The South Mountain Fair assumes the responsibility for monitoring that child and for assuring that child’s safety.
At no time does The South Mountain Fair nor any board directors or volunteers assume in loco parentis or any other such authority over children attending a South Mountain Fair event