Around the World with Birds Saturday, September 26th 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
The Ripley Waterfowl Conservancy Benefit will be outside, in the meadow at 55 Duck Pond Road, Litchfield, CT. The rain date is Saturday, October 3rd.
Guests will be asked in advance of the Benefit as to their seating preferences. You may be seated with your flock (friends) at a 3’x8’ table or you may sit alone or with one to two people of your choosing at a 36” table.
Tables are placed 15 feet apart.
Food will be in sealed, prepacked boxes.
Wine and water will be placed on the tables.
Self-serve beer and canned cocktails will also be available.
During the migratory bird game, Around the World with Birds, single serve wine, beer and cocktails will be placed throughout the grounds for self-service.
Guests will undergo Health Check, including a temperature check and short questionnaire prior to entering the Conservancy.
Masks are mandatory when entering, exiting, or traveling throughout the Conservancy, including aviaries or restrooms.
Masks are not required while at your table, however in accordance with Executive Order No. 7NNN: “Effective immediately, any person in a public place in Connecticut, whether indoors or outdoors, who does not maintain a safe social distance of approximately six feet from every other person shall cover their mouth and nose with a mask or cloth face-covering.”
Guests will receive one verbal warning from staff before being asked to leave the Conservancy.
Lines will be socially distanced, indicated by ground markers.
Hand sanitizing stations will be available at the entrance, restrooms, and throughout the Conservancy.
High-touch areas including door handles and counter surfaces will be regularly disinfected throughout the evening.
Restrooms will be cleaned and stocked regularly.
Staff and Volunteer Information
Conservancy staff will undergo Health Check, including a temperature check and short questionnaire prior to entering the Conservancy.
Any staff experiencing symptoms, temperature over 99.9, or with previous exposure to a known COVID-19 case, will be instructed to leave the grounds.
Staff are required to wear face masks at all times.