Organizers stated the price of holding the competition with bodily distancing measures would have been too nice.
GEAUGA COUNTY, Ohio — Editor’s observe: the video within the participant above is from April 28, 2019.
For the second consecutive 12 months, Geauga County will not be holding one in every of its signature occasions, with organizers asserting that the 2021 Geauga County Maple Pageant has been canceled because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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In a Fb submit printed on Tuesday night, organizers stated that the associated fee to carry the competition with the state’s bodily distancing pointers in place was too costly.
“It’s with combined feelings that we announce that the competition as we now have recognized it is not going to happen this 12 months,” the submit reads. “We reviewed the state pointers and tried to plan with bodily distancing, nevertheless the associated fee could be too nice.
“We’re an impartial group that depends closely on volunteers and the little to no revenue we retain annually. We wanted to cancel or postpone till subsequent 12 months, so we are able to proceed to host the competition for a few years to come back.”
Rather than the competition — which was additionally canceled final 12 months attributable to COVID-19 — organizers stated that they are going to be promoting Maple Stirs from 12 p.m.-Four p.m. each Sunday in March and April, apart from Easter. The Maple Stirs can be offered from the surface window of the Heritage Home for $2 a stir. Masks are required and the acquisition window and fee could be made in money, bank card or Venmo.
Moreover, Tappin’ Sunday will stay stream on Fb at 1 p.m. on March 7.
Extra info could be discovered at MapleFestival.com.