Dear HYS Friends,
HYS classes, events and gatherings will be postponed and the HYS offices will be closed starting 3/18/20 until further notice. Many team members will be working remotely and will still be available during this time. Like many organizations around the globe, Historic Yellow Springs is monitoring the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Our top priority is the health and safety of all who come in contact with HYS. We are closely watching updates on the COVID-19 pandemic and plan to reopen the offices and reschedule events, classes and gatherings as soon as safety allows. We will provide ongoing updates as they become available and we encourage you to join our face book page, if you have not already. https://www.facebook.com/HistoricYellowSprings/
Our goal again, is to reschedule all programs for a later date, again as soon as safety allows. We ask that you please consider moving any paid registrations or deposits as an account credit for rescheduled happenings. We ask you to also consider additional support at this time, if you are able; and to possibly donate those funds in lieu of a credit. As a non-profit HYS will be impacted by this closure, and we appreciate your support in these unprecedent times.
In the meantime, our beautiful gardens and grounds will remain open and are starting to pop with spring color. In the midst of everything happening there is still beauty in this world and Historic Yellow Springs is the perfect picture of nature at its best! We encourage you to come out and walk the property, explore the trails and enjoy the outdoor village that we all love so much.
We will continue to take extra precautions to minimize the spread of the virus. We will continue to follow the state and county guidelines for the COVID-19 public health concern as well as keeping a close watch of communication from the Chester County Health Department. We will keep you informed as soon as changes occur.
Please continue to follow suggested guidelines. The following links are available for you to easily access information.
We invite you to visit:
Chester County Health Department: https://chesco.org/224/Health
PA Department of Health: https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/Pages/Coronavirus.aspx
We will continue to monitor and discuss the situation and keep you informed if our plans need to change. If you are a Pennsylvania resident and are experiencing symptoms or believe you have been exposed to the virus, call 1-877-PA-HEALTH.