Lubeznik Center remains open, urges common sense

The Lubeznik Center for the Arts is taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. While reports of the virus remain relatively low in Indiana, all surfaces in the galleries and education rooms are being sanitized. Hand sanitizer is available, and all bathrooms are being stocked with soap, as hand washing is a strong preventative measure. As of Thursday, the LCA is planning to proceed with all scheduled events and classes, but visitors should check the website updates. LCA staff is asking visitors to follow the guidelines recommended by the Center for Disease Control, and stay home if sick, or if anyone in their household is sick. In a statement, the LCA said it “works with vulnerable populations and we want to do the utmost to protect everyone and keep our community healthy.”

Lubeznik Center remains open, urges common sense

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