Socially distant remote outdoor games on Wednesday afternoons at the Keeler Tavern


The Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center offers old-fashioned and socially distant outdoor play Wednesday afternoon !

Itching to get out of the house and PLAY !?

Join us at the Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center every Wednesday afternoon from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. from July 22 to August 26 to play old-fashioned outdoor games like hoop and stick, throwing cornhole, badminton and croquet.

All matches will be organized and supervised by “Coach” Chris Browne, Keeler Kids Camp Director. Parents can either drop off the children and / or relax in the walled garden (socially distanced). For everyone’s safety and in accordance with COVID-19 guidelines, participants are required to use the hand sanitizer station upon arrival and wear a mask at all times. Games and all touch surfaces will be disinfected after each use. The reception center toilets will be open only to participants in the outdoor games.

Attendance is capped at 10; pre-registration is strongly recommended. The cost is $ 25 per child with $ 20 for members and additional siblings. Payment will be taken on site on game day via contactless processing by credit card or cash / check payable to KTM & HC. To pre-register, click on here.

All games are weather dependent. The activities will be canceled in the event of bad weather; please see our Facebook scheduled match morning page for cancellation information. Bring your own water bottles and snacks, and don’t forget a mask! Brothers and families welcome. Tell all your friends!

COVID-19 Certification: KTM & HC is COVID certified in accordance with state rules for the safe reopening of museums and aquariums issued by decree of May 20. More precisely, only the outdoor grounds are open (there are no museum visits currently scheduled); visitors and participants must practice social distancing; face coverings or masks are mandatory; and everyone should follow one-way signage, if applicable. The reception center toilets will be open only to participants in the outdoor games.


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