It is welcome news that Fairweather House and Gallery is able to announce that it is entering Phase Two of Oregon’s reopening plan!
Beginning June 6th restrictions imposed statewide last March to help fight the coronavirus pandemic will be relaxed.
And, so, throughout Oregon’s Phase 2 plan our hours will remain somewhat limited until there is a convincing containment of the coronavirus.
Closed Tue and Wed until July 2020.
Please read through the information below as it will help you understand how best to visit us and what your experience will be like during Phase Two of Re-opening.
We will utilize the following ways to ensure social distancing and to reduce the possibility of infection for you, our staff and our community:
- Gallery areas will be marked with 6′ social distancing stickers, which will help guide safe distances between guests
- A hand sanitizing station will be available at the front entrance.
- The number of guests in the gallery will be limited to 6 at one time.
- A pair of complimentary disposable gloves will be available for your convenience.
- Staying safe, be advised that our staff will be wearing protective masks.
All proven practices aimed at keeping everyone healthy.
We are keeping close track of key COVID-19 indicators in our area and will be ready to make any adjustment needed to keep safe and well.
The last thing we want is to see a spike in the number of cases.
Kate Brown, Oregon Governor:
“Phase 2 will likely be a long-lasting step of Oregon’s reopening plan.
Health officials say that counties won’t see Phase 3 until at least September — and possibly further — until a reliable treatment or vaccine is available.
For now, face coverings, regular hand washing and social distancing will be a part of daily life through the summer.”
June 04, 2020
Dearest Fairweather friends,
I look forward to your blog posts and I admire how well you support and promote your town and your artists. You are the soul of integrity and graciousness. I think of you often, especially now and hope my offer will be a tiny way of thanking you for the many years I have had my Celtic jewelry at the Fairweather gallery.
There are pieces of my jewelry at the gallery. I would be pleased if you could take the proceeds and make a donation to a cause you care about in your community. In the scheme of things I’d feel better knowing that in a tiny way I can thank you for the many years we have done business together and for your appreciation of your artists, customers and staff.
I wish you the very best in all aspects of your life, please stay safe and keep well.
With immense gratitude,
And, so it goes forward.
Mary Hurst’s letter of gratitude and encouragement moves into a ‘Doing Good Works’ plan to help others during a difficult time.
An artist’s generous gesture will be honored.
Proceeds from Mary Hurst Ryan’s jewelry will be given in support of our local food banks.
Read more about our gallery and our commitment to NW artists and products made by NW hands.
For more info call (503) 738-8899