The Club motto is "Weaving Spiders Come Not Here", which implies that outside concerns and business deals (networking) are to be left outside.
When gathered in groups, Bohemians usually adhere to the injunction, although discussion of business often occurs between pairs of members.
The primary activities taking place at the Grove are varied and expansive entertainment, such as a grand main stage and a smaller, more intimate stage.
Thus, the majority of common facilities are entertainment venues, interspersed among the giant redwoods.
At the time, Oppenheimer was not an S-1 member, although Lawrence and Oppenheimer hosted the meeting.Sleeping quarters, or "camps", are also scattered throughout the grove, of which it is reported there were a total of 118 as of 2007.These camps, which are frequently patrilineal, are the principal means through which high-level business and political contacts and friendships are formed.A 30-foot (9 m) hollow owl statue made of concrete over steel supports stands at the head of the lake in the Grove; this Owl Shrine was designed by sculptor and two-time club president Haig Patigian, and constructed in the late 1920s.The Cremation of Care is an annual theatrical production written, produced and performed by and for members of the Bohemian Club.