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Heyde Center's Covid-19 Action Plan

Due to the high levels of COVID-19 transmission in Chippewa County and consistent with the recommendations of the CDC, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, and Chippewa County Department of Public Health, we are currently requiring that everyone over the age of three wear a face mask regardless of vaccination status.

Also, the Heyde Center is operating at 50% of its capacity to allow for adequate social distancing between guest groups. The Heyde Center is committed to cleaning and disinfecting public surfaces. The Heyde Center has installed hospital grade filters in the auditorium HVAC system as well as established an excellent air ventilation system to pull air out of the auditorium and various rooms in the building. We have set up hand sanitizer stations throughout the building and touchless soap and towel dispensers in the bathrooms. We will continually assess the ever-changing landscape of the pandemic and adjust our health and safety protocols according to the recommendations of health officials.

By purchasing tickets, visiting our art galleries, or registering for classes, you are acknowledging that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By visiting the Heyde Center for the Arts, you and any guests voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and agree not to hold the Chippewa Valley Cultural Association, Inc. (dba Heyde Center for the Arts), the artists, the producers, or any of their affiliates, volunteers, employees, or contractors liable for any illness or injury.

For more information, please contact the Executive Director, Debra Johnson, at cell phone: 715-579-8159; office phone: 715-726-9000; or email: djohnson@cvca.net.

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February 2022