After weeks of quarantine, we're as anxious as you are to get back together with our friends and do all of the things that bring us joy. Although we heard some optimistic news from our Governor, we understand that COVID-19 will present most of us with economic, logistical, and psychological challenges for returning to business as usual. We've been working every day throughout this tough time to prepare Public Glass for the uphill battle of bringing our community back together and putting all of our gifted artists back to work.
Our primary responsibility has always been the safety of everyone who comes to PG for our unique glass experiences. As we plan for a measured and incremental re-opening, we've developed new health and safety protocols, as well as rental and workshop format changes to limit the number of people in the studios at any given time.
When we reopen we will continue interrupted classes and open up the schedule for member and renter bookings. The next steps will be in line with our evolving state and local guidelines and will feature programming that we are best able to share safely with the Public.
Before COVID-19 separated our community, the energy, creativity, and production at PG were at an all-time high. Our optimism for the future is tied to your willingness to continue supporting us as we come up with creative ways to keep the lights on and make certain that the amazing staff that we've assembled remains employed.
If Public Glass has touched your life, we ask you to consider contributing to our survival in one of the three ways listed at the bottom of this email.
If you have questions about previous appointments with us, future programming and plans, or are looking for another way to help PG through this unprecedented challenge, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.