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Executive Order 2020-115 FAQs
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EO 2020-115 - Temporary restrictions on certain events, gatherings, and businesses
Q: What are the guest limits for weddings, receptions, or other social events held at a restaurant/banquet hall?
A: These events are subject to the limitations in sections 5 and 6 of Executive Order 2020-110, if the event takes place in Region 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 7. Accordingly, if the event is outdoors and among people not part of the same household, it may not exceed 100 people; if the event is indoors and among people not part of the same household, it may not exceed 10 people. In all cases, people not part of the same household must maintain six feet of distance from one another during the event.
If the event takes place in Region 6 or 8, the event is subject to the limitations of section 7(a) of Executive Order 2020-115. Accordingly, if the event is outdoors and among people not part of the same household, it may not exceed 250 people; if the event is indoors and among people not part of the same household, it may not exceed 50 people. In all cases, people not part of the same household must maintain six feet of distance from one another during the event.
The separate capacity limits applicable to restaurants, food courts, cafes, coffeehouses, bars, taverns, brew pubs, breweries, microbreweries, distilleries, wineries, tasting rooms, special licensees, clubs, and like places do not allow for larger social gatherings or events to take place by reason of the fact that they are held at such venues. A central risk of a large social gathering or event is that the people who have congregated for that gathering or event will interact with one another over a long period of time. That same level of risk is not present among people who happen to be in the same establishment and are seated at different tables.
Silver Garden Events Center COVID-19 Update – June 2020
We want you to know that the health and well-being of our team and yours is of the utmost importance to us and is guiding our decisions during this time. Silver Gardens is following all recommended guidelines with the goal of keeping our employees, guests and vendors safe.
Since closing our doors in March, we have worked meticulously towards creating a safe place to work and host Events. We have reviewed our Operations and instituted policies and training programs for increased attention and care for the following…
Cleaning & Sanitizing
- Frequently touched surfaces in the front & back of house are cleaned and sanitized regularly throughout the day.
- Our cleaning products meet CDC guidelines.
- We have added easy to access hand sanitizing stations throughout the venue.
Health Screening Prior to Entry
- Temperature checks for all who enter our facility are taken and recorded daily.
- Health Screening questions for all who enter our facility are taken and recorded daily.
- Procedures to respond to health situations that may arise have been implemented.
- Adhering to Occupancy limits (Indoor Events (10ppl) / Outdoor Events (100ppl)
- Limited face-to-face interaction
- Equipment, which may include face masks and gloves.
- Face masks are required to be worn by all employees, vendors and guests.
- Gloves are required where appropriate by employees.
We sincerely appreciate your kindness, patience and understanding during this challenging time and wish you, your family and your organization well.