For the first floor, men - collared dress shirt and dress pants. For women - appropriate blouses and business casual tops with dress pants or skirts.
For outdoor events including Boxing Night and the Car Show, men - khaki pants or trousers, and collared shirts. Women - dresses, blouses with pants, blouses with skirts. Men and women may wear shorts for the Children’s Blow Up Bash only.
New Years Day-Thanksgiving - unless otherwise noted, men - jacket and no necktie with collared dress shirts beneath their jackets. Tee shirts, golf shirts and turtlenecks or untucked shirttails are not permitted. Women - business suits, dresses, skirt and blouse combinations or tailored pants suits.
For the formal dining areas on the second floor, men - necktie and jacket from Thanksgiving through January 1st. From time to time other specifically described events will also require a necktie and jacket. These events will be clearly communicated in advance of the event. St. Valentine’s Day, Easter and Mother’s Day will always require a jacket and tie.
Electronic Device Rules:
Use of ALL electronic communication devices (smart phones, text messaging devices, or other similar devices capable of sending and receiving electronic or text messages) is strictly prohibited in the: Main Dining Room, Fireplace Dining Room, Founders Bar, Old Buffalo Lounge, The Vista, Spa Relaxation Rooms and Spa Treatment Rooms.
For the sole purpose of non-verbal communication, the use of personal electronic communication devices, excluding laptop computers, is permitted in: All common areas of the Clubhouse, to include the Billiard Room, Reading Room, Blueberry Café, Main Lobby, Men's and Ladies' Locker Rooms, Lounges in the Men's and Ladies' Locker Room, Gym Floor, Swimming Pool, Barbershop and Salon.
The verbal use of any personal electronic device is only permitted in: designated phone booths, Blueberry Café, vestibule outside of the Men’s Locker Room entrance, hallway outside of the Ladies' Locker Room, vestibule outside of the Millard Fillmore Room, Billiard Room, hallway adjacent to the Hotel Rooms, back of the Bowling Alley and private meeting rooms with the permission of the host.