What Are Cookies?
A cookie is a small piece of information that a website can send to your browser and may then be stored on your computer's hard drive. It acts as an anonymous tag that identifies your computer, but not you personally.
Cookies have the ability to store information about web pages viewed and the advertisements viewed or clicked. For registered customers, cookies can also save user information and screen preferences.
If you reject cookies, you may have difficulty navigating parts of our website, and register for events online.
Most Internet browsers give you several options to set your preferences regarding cookies. Each browser version works in a slightly different way, but you generally have the ability to accept all cookies, be notified before accepting a cookie, block or restrict cookies from certain sites, or reject all cookies.
You can follow these directions to set your preferences for cookies.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0
- Go to the "Tools" menu, click on "Internet Options."
- Click on the "Privacy" tab, then move the slider to level desired.
- Click "OK."
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0
- Go to the "Tools" menu, click on "Internet Options," click on "Security," then click on "Custom Level."
- In the "Cookies" section, go to the section "Allow cookies that are stored on your machine" and select an option.
- Click "OK" and click "OK" again the next screen.
Mozilla Firefox 1.5
Go to "Tools" in the menu bar, click on "Options," then click on "Privacy."
- In the "Cookies" section, adjust the settings as needed.
- Click "OK."
For information about other browsers, earlier versions of Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Internet Explorer, or other options for managing cookies, please check with the manufacturer.