COVIDSAFETY

During these unprecedented times, we will be taking the following precautions to ensure
all who attend have a fun and SAFE experience at Where the Wild Things Play. Please be sure to review this before coming to play as it will be updated as safety guidelines continue to change.

 

We have modified our threshold of play capacity to well below 50% of our occupancy. We will continue to cap our open play to a lower capacity for the foreseeable future as we feel it creates a better environment for play! As we battle this most recent uptick in cases, we have further reduced capacity to allow for plenty of space and comfort while playing!

All guests will be asked to comply with COVID-19 screening procedures at the time of signing their waiver. 

We have adopted a rigorous cleaning procedure with high touch zones cleaned regularly throughout the day, dirty toy bins where parents and staff can place “used” toys for regular cleaning, and an electrostatic sprayer which will be used to disinfect all toys and spaces at the end of each open and private play session. As COVID-19 regulations continue to ease, our rigid cleaning procedures are here to stay!

Safety is the highest priority for our staff and guests – particularly our youngest guests who do not yet have access to a vaccine. Masks are *strongly encouraged* for all guests and all of our employees will be wearing masks for the foreseeable future. 

For groups who are not yet ready to play in an open play environment, or for those who prefer to play without masks, welcome you to book a private pod play. Bring your group to Where the Wild Things Play for two hours of completely private play!

If you or your child are sick or are experiencing any of the below symptoms, we ask that you kindly reach out to us to reschedule your play date. For the safety of all of our guests, we reserve the right to ask you to reschedule your play date if you’re exhibiting any of the below symptoms or symptoms of the following sicknesses:

  • Persistent coughing and/or runny notes

  • Chickenpox

  • Pink Eye

  • Extreme Lethargy

  • Vomiting or Diarrhea

Please reschedule your play if you or your child are exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, are under treatment for lice or any other topical contagion, or have had a fever above 100 in the past 24 hours.