We are being vigilant in continuing to monitor the daily Federal, State, and local rules for public gatherings as we discuss our course of action for the burn. It’s our sincerest desire to proceed in the safest manner possible, with the health and well-being of our burn family as our top priority. However, we also want to be cautious and well-informed with any and all decisions we make regarding Summerisle 2020. For now, Summerisle is still at go as scheduled. Any decisions that diverge from this plan will be announced by the end of April. In the meantime, please reach out to each other – friends/family/burn family/work family/chosen family – to find comfort and an ear during these trying times. We all need it now more than we ever knew we did.
For those worried about tickets purchased, we understand your concerns. We have been discussing our ticketing options in the event that Summerisle is postponed that will best serve everyone involved. Do not worry – we will not take your money and run. For now, shift focus on getting through this time with your health and well-being intact. We will bring you information regarding tickets (and everything else!) as soon as any new decisions are made. However, if you need to discuss your tickets NOW as a matter of personal emergency, please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss it further.
Lastly, we want to send a very LOUD and GRATEFUL thank you to all our doctors, nurses, EMTs, service workers, store workers, nursing home attendants, truckers, delivery drivers, and everyone else who is still out there working hard. Our hearts and thoughts are with you as you do the essential work that keeps this country going. We will continue to do our best to do right by you and everyone else in this family.
Thank you for your continuous understanding of the current situation,
Lord Summerisle and His Merry Band of Planners (actively discussing All The Things in a socially-distant and safe manner).
Links for more information:
CDC – https://www.cdc.gov/
WHO – https://www.who.int/
Pennsylvania Department of Health – https://www.health.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx
Links to all State Websites and their Departments of Public Health and Agriculture – https://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/wcm/connect/fsis-content/internet/main/topics/recalls-and-public-health-alerts/additional-recall-links/state-departments-of-public-health/ct_index