Childhood’s End Gallery, a popular downtown Olympia art gallery, is set to reopen for business on Monday, according to a newsletter sent to customers.
But because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the gallery is asking customers to wear masks before entering the business.“To enter, you will need to wear a mask the entire time you are in the store,” the email newsletter reads. “This goes for you and us.”
Thurston County retailers have been allowed to reopen after the county was approved this week to move into Phase 2 of the governor’s phased reopening of the economy.
The gallery also will have a hand sanitation station, and the owners ask that customers observe social distancing rules.