Our Past, Our Future, Our Responsibility
Updated March 7, 2022
As we move ahead it really can’t be said enough – your health, and the health of our employees, are our top priority. Our commitment to you is that we will do all that we can to look out for one another. We know you probably have some questions as things continue to change, so we’ve put together an overview of the changes you can expect to see at Shaker Village.
We continue to operate under Center for Disease Control, Kentucky and local Mercer County guidelines and recommendations. Currently, Mercer County falls in the "medium risk" category, meaning that masks are optional throughout the Village, whether indoors or outdoors. It is recommended that high-risk individuals and those with special health factors continue wearing masks.
We remain attentive to any risk changes and mandates in our community that would alter our directives.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR OVERNIGHT GUESTS, DINERS AND VISITORS OF SHAKER VILLAGE?
- Masking is optional for fully-vaccinated and non-vaccinated guests indoors and outdoors at Shaker Village. This includes but is not limited to The Trustees’ Table restaurant, office spaces, the Welcome Center, meeting spaces, public restrooms, all historic buildings open for tours, exhibits and overnight rooms.
- We encourage any high-risk guest or those with special health factors to continue mask wearing.
How do these recommendations apply to employees of Shaker Village?
- Shaker Village staff are not required to mask indoors or outdoors when interacting with guests (tours, workshops, riverboat rides, events, etc.).
- Shaker Village staff will continue to carryout enhanced cleaning and sanitization protocols for all high-touch areas, hotel rooms, public restrooms and food service areas.
We will continue to update our guidelines as new mandates and information are released. It is our aim to make this transition as easy as possible while maintaining the safety of all of our guests, employees and community.
If you have any questions please contact us at [email protected]org or 859.734.5411.