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What kinds of events can be posted?

Any event the general public is invited to attend whether or not it costs money to attend or participate.

What kinds of events are not allowed to be posted?

Please don't post private events or sales, including private garage sales, and specials such as a dinner specials or happy hour. Additionally, Seeleyswanevents.net and Pathfinder LLC neither endorsees nor posts any event which contains discriminatory content on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age*, disability, marital status or political belief. * Events that are not appropriate for all ages will be allowed but you MUST select the proper age group (18+ or 21+) when entering the listing and please include that information in the event description as well.

I have an event that I would like to have listed, but I can't find the right category for it. What should I do?

Please use our Contact page and let us know. We will suggest a category or consider adding a category for you.

I submitted an event, but it's not listed. Why is that?

We review event submissions for formatting, completeness and compliance with our policies before allowing it to be posted on the site. We try and have events posted within hours but sometimes it may take longer. If you don't see your event posted in a reasonable amount of time, use our Contact page to let us know.

How can I place an ad?

We can offer advertising on this site as well as in the Seeley Swan Pathfinder's newspaper and the Pathfinder's website seeleylake.com. Please use our Advertise page to inquire about ads.

What can I do if the event I scheduled got canceled or changed in some way?

Just contact us via our Contact page and we will edit or remove your listing.

I'm worried about spam. Do I have to give you my e-mail?

We can assure you that your e-mail will only be used so that we may contact you with questions about your event, if necessary. Another option is to use an email alias that you could always cancel if spam became a problem.