Next month's NOTL Rotary Estate Sale will continue as planned, with a few updates, despite the Ontario government tightening private gathering restrictions.
“Our premier just announced that no gathering bigger than 10 inside and 25 outside would be allowed,” Jolanta Janny, marketing co-chair for the NOTL Rotary said. “So, that's very challenging.”
After the club’s board meeting on Monday, however, Janny said her fears were put to rest.
“The town is allowing Rotary to hold our Rotary Estate Sale as planned,” she said.
The sale will be Oct. 3 and 4, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. both days, at 949 East and West Line Rd.
As a registered charity holding an event open to the public, the club will have “experienced staff to monitor the event and a nurse on duty to ensure that COVID protocol is in place and consistently followed,” Janny said.
Masks will be mandatory and proper distancing will be encouraged while in line and inside. Hand sanitizer will be placed throughout the venue and will be required before entry.