March 24th Update:
March 20th Update:
Beginning Monday the Arts Center staff will be working from home. Staff will
continue to prepare the Arts Center for our community when we return to a new
normal after this crisis.
You can be sure that YOUR Colquitt County Arts Center staff will be forward
thinking and when we do open our doors to our community again we will
Should you need to reach any of us over the coming weeks you can still do so via
email or Facebook. We will continue to provide arts education and programming
materials to you via social media and encourage you to share your arts and
creative experiences with us as we continue to be Where Creativity Finds
Stay safe. Know you are loved and being held in our prayers. And keep us and all
other non-profits, small businesses, community organizations, Government
leaders, law enforcement and especially our health care workers in your prayers
as well. We are all going to need each other to regroup and rebuild when this is
Connie Fritz firstname.lastname@example.org
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March 16th Update:
Many patrons have contacted us in the past few days inquiring if we will be canceling or postponing upcoming classes, workshops and performances at The Arts Center. The health of our community is of utmost importance to us, and as a result at this time we will be following the protocol set forth by the School Board and suspend all programming and closing to the public for the next two weeks.
The Arts Center staff and volunteers are working very diligently to make sure our facility is sanitized and safe for all visitors when we reopen. Theater seats, handrails, and doors will be cleaned with antibacterial during this closure. When we reopen we will have hand sanitizer stationed around the facility. We are stocked up on plenty of soap and will have an attendant checking supplies and cleaning the restrooms on a regular basis.
Governor Brian Kemp’s office issued a statement as a reminder to follow basic prevention measures:
▪ Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least twenty seconds.
▪ If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
▪ Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
▪ Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
▪ Stay home when you are sick.
▪ Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
▪ Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
The health and well being of our patrons, staff, instructors and students is of the utmost importance to us. We will be keeping a close eye on developments and will keep our community in our thoughts and prayers as we navigate through this crisis. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Director Connie Fritz at 229-985-1922 or email@example.com.