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- YOUR SAFTETY IS OUR TOP CONCERN.
- We are actively monitoring health resources to help ensure the safety and well-being of all participants.
- If we determine that it is unsafe to proceed with an in-person festival, we intend to shift to a virtual puppet festival as we did in 2020. If this becomes this case, those who have registered will be notified.
- THE VENUE where the puppet festival will be held requires festival attendees to wear a face mask.
- We strongly encourage festival attendees to follow all CDC safety recommendations including: getting vaccinated, wearing a mask, maintaining social distance, washing hands frequently, and self-quarantining if you have been exposed to COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms. See CDC “Small and Large Gatherings” website: Small and Large Gatherings | CDC