COVID – 19 Club Rules and Guidelines until further notice
You MUST wear and are REQUIRED to wear a disposable or cloth facemask covering your MOUTH and NOSE while away from your table, in the facility, and ordering. THIS IS A STATE MANDATE AND WILL BE FOLLOWED BY OUR MEMBERS WHO WISH TO BE HERE.
No guests will be permitted at this time, and all members must have their official receipt on their person and present it to the bartender upon entering. – If you have not received your card in the mail, it may be behind the bar, ask the bartender or an available trustee politely to take a look for it.
When ordering, maintain the six (6) foot social distancing and pay attention to the distance markers on the floor.
No beverages will be served in glass at this time.
DO NOT move the tables or add additional chairs to accommodate more people. There is a maximum of five (5) people per table – no exceptions.
No moving between tables. No exceptions – once seated, that is your location. People entering the seating area for the first time may join you, but may not change tables after picking a seat.
The interior of the club will be accessible for using the restrooms and ordering only. There will be no loitering or socializing inside of the club.
Keep your beverages in the designated outdoor seating area. Removal of alcohol from this area will result in disciplinary action.
Please wash/ sanitize your hands frequently.
There are multiple stations with hand sanitizer and disinfectant for tables and chairs, staff will be vigilant about cleaning these surfaces between groups; however, you may feel free to wipe down your table at any time.
Failure to follow all guidelines or attempt to justify “loopholes” will result in disciplinary action. – and may result in the club’s ability to stay open as well. Remember, your actions can affect all members.
If you are sick or not feeling well – STAY AT HOME
While these guidelines are strict, it is our goal to maintain the safety of all members and staff, and follow all State, County, and City safety guidelines during this pandemic.