Throughout the pandemic, the Rotary Centre for the Arts has worked hard to ensure the safety and comfort of its patrons and staff. As such, we have followed and will continue to follow all relevant public health orders issued by the Province of BC. To this end, per the most recent update from the Province, as of 12:01 AM on April 8, 2022, the RCA will no longer require that patrons provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 when attending our events or programs. Further, as announced on March 10, 2022, masks are no longer required to enter our building. However, patrons are more than welcome to continue wearing masks should they so choose. Our top priority is to provide all our patrons with a safe and welcoming environment in which to enjoy world-class arts and culture. For some, this may mean continued mask usage while in our facility. At this time of transition, we encourage understanding and patience as we all renegotiate our individual comfort levels.
It has been an exceptionally trying two years for our community, and we thank you for your patience and understanding through it all, including this latest moment of transformation.
Please refer to the Province’s updates for the most recent information: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/covid-19/vaccine/proof
I am proud of the entire RCA team, who have gone above and beyond in supporting one another and our arts and culture community. We are moving fast in unchartered waters and they continue to step up quickly and effectively despite the uncertainty and concern that is so familiar to us all.
We maintain our commitment to celebrate, nurture, and promote the Arts throughout this crisis. We will come through this together.
If you have any questions, you can reach us at [email protected].
Rotary Centre for the Arts
Rotary Centre for the Arts COVID-19 Safety Measures
FAQ: BC Vaccination Card at the RCA [Note: BC's Vaccine Card program expired April 8, 2022]