Greetings guys, I realize its been a while since I've been on especially to post a question, but here goes: May 15 we just had our 1st and possibly last Chickenstock here in Oxford, ME. I love the two a year, people love the 2 a year! Unfortunately this year, it was mentioned that I would need Event Insurance so that if anything occurred, bit, pecked, fall or you name it, a law suite would be my responsibility where I am the organizer. This is a very scary thought seeings I personally do not want to lose my house or what little we do own. I asked our stores manager that the property was TSC responsibility and I was told that "No, it was my event, my responsibly". Well as I did my homework, they have Event Insurance for weddings, funerals, pool parties and the list goes on. Wow. So as I agreed to pay for said insurance this time, at a hefty price of $244.00 and I don't sell. We did this year in hopes to recoup money, but it paid for the food (I'm so glad of that). Can anyone help me understand why this is developing, how your local TSC's are handling such events and just to mention that I'm aware of charging folks to recoup money, but these are supposed to be free events for the community to come enjoy, sell, trade etc. I don't want to charge anyone, nor do I want to see this becoming a financial burden upon Bob & I. Thank you in advance!