TKAAM COVID-19 GUIDELINES

We are pleased to announce TKAAM will reopen its doors to the public Tuesday, June 2. We will maintain our regular hours of operation: Tues.-Fri. 10am-5pm and Sat. 12pm-4pm with the following precautions: 

 

  • Wear facial coverings – Sedgwick County is requiring masks for ages 3 and up at all its facilities. 

  • Social distancing - 6 feet or more is required. 

  • Wash hands often! 

  • Avoid touching – try using your arms, back and feet to push open doors. 

  • Drinking fountains will not be available; however, bottled water may be purchased in the Heritage Gift Shop.  

  • Public restrooms are available for our guest and members. 

  • Staff will be wearing masks and social distancing. They are staying home if sick and will report any presumed COVID-19 cases to proper authorities.  

  • Visitors are encouraged to follow CDC recommendations and practice social distancing. Visit  www.cdc.gov  

 

For the health of our guests, please follow these Social Distancing Guidelines: 

  • If you are feeling sick, go home. 

  • Keep a distance of 6 feet from others, except those within your household. 

  • The City of Wichita is requiring masks for ages 3 and up on all its facilities. 

  • Cover your face with your elbow when you cough or sneeze. 

  • Wash your hands. 

 

As the situation continues to evolve, leadership continues to meet to monitor new developments and ensure that precautionary measures are adequate. Thank you for your continuous support of TKAAM. Stay SAFE! 

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