COVID-19 PROTOCOL

To Our Pow Wow Community;

The 44th Guilford Native American Association annual Pow Wow is coming up soon. We want you to know we are doing everything in our power to ensure our Pow Wow happens, and that we are implementing health and safety protocols designed to create a safe environment for our audiences and participants.

It is important that we celebrate our cultural roots. We can do that safely if, as members of society and our local communities, we all show care, kindness, respect, and consideration for those around us by:

  1. Getting Vaccinated (Find a COVID Vaccine Near You)

  2.  Wearing a Mask

  3.  Practicing good hygiene thorough hand washing/sanitizing

  4.  Distancing

These 4 acts of kindness and CDC recommended behaviors will be encouraged in the lead-up to and during the 44th Annual Guilford Native American Association Pow Wow.

Join us at Greensboro Country Park Sept 17-19 if you are comfortable doing so, and please stay home if you’re not feeling well or are showing COVID symptoms. We are all in this together and can enjoy a fun and safe Pow Wow in September if we show kindness to one another.


-  Guilford Native Pow Wow Committee




 

COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES


  • ALL event activities will take place outdoors in well-ventilated open spaces at Country Park in Greensboro, NC

  • Attendees are strongly encouraged to arrive at the Pow Wow with full COVID-19 vaccination status.

  • Attendees are strongly encouraged to wear masks and maintain 6′ distancing  while attending the Pow Wow. 

  •  Hand sanitizer will be available at key locations around the site (food and vendor sales booths, first aid tents, information booths, at portable restrooms, etc).

  • Printed signs posted across the Pow Wow site as a reminder to distance, wear masks, get vaccinated, and wash hands.

  • Participants (performers, staff, volunteers, etc) will be required to conduct daily health self-assessments prior to working, and will not be allowed to participate if showing COVID-19 symptoms or if they’ve been recently exposed to someone with COVID-19.