Man looks at art gallery with text that reads "Things to do this weekend"

May 1, 2020 – Now that we’ve transitioned from the “Stay at Home” Order to the “Safer at Home” Order, there are a number of things that are now back open and available to the public, while still following physical distancing guidelines, and other safety considerations. Here is a list of different things to do this weekend (May 1-3) that are allowed under the “Safer at Home” Order

Personal Services, Retail, Food

Many businesses are now open, but please remember when visiting any local business to maintain 6-foot physical distances from others, wear a cloth face covering, follow any guidelines that the business has posted, avoid touching your face, sneeze or cough into your elbow, and wash your hands regularly or use hand sanitizer frequently.

Here are some ideas you can now take advantage of under “Safer at Home”:

  • Get a haircut
  • Get a massage
  • Visit a thrift store
  • Visit a craft store and catch up on/start a craft project
  • Order takeout from your favorite restaurant

Social Distance Saturdays – Sign up for private shopping time at your favorite Downtown art galleries and retailers. You and members of your household will be the only guests at your chosen locations. $45 registration fee.

Stay Home

  • Bike, walk or hike within 10 miles of your home
    • (Find out how busy local parks and trails are before visiting)
  • Garden
  • Learn a new hobby
  • Read a book
  • Watch a movie
  • Catch up on a favorite TV show
  • Play games

Calendar of Virtual Events

Friday, May 1st

Saturday May 2nd

Sunday, May 3rd

Ongoing Virtual Events:

We hope you enjoy this list of actives and options as we transition from “Stay at Home” to “Safer at Home”. We appreciate everyone’s patience as we continue to work through COVID-19 in our community, and we are extremely grateful to our citizens for doing their part and continuing to follow safety guidelines.