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As of July 24, 2020, Waterford and the surrounding area of Norfolk entered Stage 3. For the Old Town Hall, it means we can begin to gradually reopen our facilities and host events that follow safety protocols and keep the community in mind.
Currently, we are allowing people into our lobby Art Gallery and basement Book Shop. We also begin our outdoor concert series, Main Street Music Stroll, Thursday, July 30, 2020, with hopes of progressing toward in-Hall concerts with a reduced capacity of up to 50 people at a time, in a spaced-out seating arrangement.
Our safety protocols are concurrent with Event Safety Guidelines to ensure community members are safe while entering our space. For our staff members’ sake, please wear a mask while in our facilities and keep a safe distance from people not in your social bubble.
With new information to process each day, Waterford Old Town Hall is doing its best to keep our audience up to speed. If you would like to keep updated throughout the week please subscribe to our weekly newsletter or follow us on our social channels.
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Old Town Hall
76 Main Street South
Waterford, Ontario N0E1Y0
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