2020 Millpond Music Festival Cancelled

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Professor Man Bun
Professor Man Bun
1 year ago

Bummer – I had just ordered a pair of ”Dancinfuul” Birkenstock’s for kickin up dust!

Good bye
Good bye
1 year ago

Why have you shut me off?

Good bye
Good bye
1 year ago

Open air what could it hurt

Good riddance
Good riddance
1 year ago

A spread at a county facility might be bad. Goodcall

Good bye 2
Good bye 2
1 year ago

If you will post charles seems like a good place to spread corona at a county facility good call

sugarmags
sugarmags
1 year ago

I’m frustrated with the Governor lumping all large gatherings into the same category. Certainly there is a difference between a 100% outdoor event and and indoor event or even an event that takes place outside, but required attendees to enter through an indoor area.
100% outdoor events, such as Millpond and June Lake Jam Fest should be included in phase 3 activities, allowed with participants wearing masks. The risk of contamination should be low in comparison to say going to an indoor church or going to a gym.
Anyone with a compromised immune system could chose not to attend, and attendees could also chose to stay distanced from one another. Both events have always had plenty of room to be distanced.

defnose
defnose
1 year ago
Reply to  sugarmags

‘Should be’ low. Considering the potential issue here is death by Covid, that’s a pretty weak argument. Let us not forget, everyone we come into contact AFTER we attend such an event, is also at risk of death/illness.