Children's Music Classes
Alrighty! In an attempt to see if I can get my entire studio together for a recital this Spring - here's the "Recital Survey". I live in 2 worlds (Elbert County & Aurora/Centennial) and I am curious if I can make all the perspectives on COVID & health safety mesh for a day of sharing music. Trying to be respectful of you all as I know a lot of you have different perspectives and some of you have more serious health needs that require more caution. Not sure if this is possible... but we're gonna try!
I'm looking to do a recital in early/mid May.
If every family in my studio comes, I'd estimate it being about 150 people.
I'm optimistically estimating Elbert County will be level blue on the COVID scale by May which is a 175 person cap on events.
Recital will either be in Elizabeth or Kiowa Colorado
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I prefer to wear a mask
I prefer not to wear a mask
Social Distance Preference
I prefer to keep my distance from others
I'm fine being within 6 feet of others. I will just be wearing a mask and not shaking hands
I'm fine being within 6 feet of others (no mask)
I am comfortable being in an indoor facility where some families are not wearing masks or social distancing
I am fine with this
I am uncomfortable with this
I am VERY uncomfortable with this
IF the recital took place in a church where one side of the auditorium was reserved/taped off with a separate entrance & restroom for folks who prefer social distance, (and masks); and the other side of the auditorium was for folks who prefer not to mask/social distance:
I would be comfortable coming and staying on the mask/social distance side
I'm still uncomfortable with this arrangement
This question doesn't apply to me
If there was a reception afterwards (like usual) where everyone brings cookies/snacks to share afterwards
Sounds good to me!
I'd only partake if there was a masked/gloved server
I am not comfortable eating food other families bring
I'm ok if my child performs without a mask
I'd prefer my child to perform with a mask
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