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Event Policy

Once in a Blue Moon
Saturday, October 30, 2021

Any updates regarding COVID-19 event policies will be posted on this page. Updated on September 27, 2021.


Event Policy

All attendees are required to present a government issued ID that matches the name on their:

Proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination
or
Proof of a negative COVID-19 test result from a testing facility from within 48 hours prior to 3:00 pm Saturday, October 30.


Safety & Guest Guidelines

The Land Trust for Tennessee values the safety of our staff and guests. All employees and event staff will practice enhanced preventive measures in accordance with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines. All Metro Public Health guidelines will be observed during the event.

To protect your health and safety, we request that all attendees follow the below protocols:

+ Please do not attend the event if you don’t feel well or if you have experienced any symptoms of COVID-19 as described by the CDC in the past 48 hours.

+ Please do not attend the event if you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days.

+ Please do not attend the event if you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 (confirmed or suspected) in the past 10 days.


FAQ

Q: How do I prove I have been fully vaccinated?
Proof of a full course COVID-19 vaccination may include a physical or digital copy of a completed vaccinated card that matches the attendee’s government issued ID. If you have lost your vaccination card, please contact your vaccine provider, i.e. Walgreens, CVS, Metro Public Health, for a copy.

Q: How do I prove I have a negative COVID-19 test result from within 48 hours of the event?
Proof of a negative COVID-19 test administered by a healthcare provider may include a print or digital copy of a test result that matches the attendee’s government issued ID. The documentation provided must include the name of the person tested, the type of test administered (i.e. PCR, RT-PCR, or antigen test), the test date, the name of the provider or entity administering the test, and the test result. No home test results will be accepted unless you can print proof from a medical platform. No tests administered prior to 3pm on Thursday October 28th, 2021, will be accepted.

Q: I have a medical condition or religious belief that prevents me from being vaccinated. What do I do?
Attendees with a medical condition or religious belief that prevents them from being vaccinated can attend the event with proof of a negative COVID-19 test result from within 48 hours of the event.

Q: What is a full course COVID-19 vaccination?
Receiving the final recommended dose of your specific vaccine at least 14 days prior to the event. For purposes of Once in a Blue Moon 2021, your last vaccination dose must have been administered on or before October 16th, 2021, to be considered fully vaccinated on the date of the event.

Q: Where can I get a lab-administered COVID-19 test?
Tests are administered across Tennessee. A list of some of the testing sites can be found here but there are other testing locations available at many pharmacies and walk-in clinics. Calling ahead is recommended to determine the location’s appointment requirements, availability, and result times.

Q: Where can I get a COVID-19 vaccination?
COVID-19 vaccinations are available across Tennessee. To find one close to you, you can search here.


The Land Trust for Tennessee Ticket Policies

Glen Leven Farm is a private property owned by The Land Trust for Tennessee (“The Land Trust”). Any ticket issued by The Land Trust to enter Glen Leven Farm is a revocable license. The purchaser or recipient of such ticket, or any assignee or subsequent user of such ticket (in any case, the “Ticket Holder”) accepts and assumes all risks, hazards, and dangers associated with the use of such ticket.

Ticket Holder acknowledges that attendance at any event at Glen Leven Farm involves risks that The Land Trust cannot eliminate, including, but not limited to, property damage, illness, personal injury, disability, and death. Ticket Holder assumes all risks incidental to the event for which the ticket is issued, whether occurring before, during or after the event, including the risk of property damage, personal injury, illness, and death.

Ticket Holder acknowledges that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any place where people are present. COVID-19 is a contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. By use of any ticket issued by The Land Trust to enter Glen Leven Farm, or attending any event at Glen Leven Farm, Ticket Holder voluntarily assumes all risks in any way related to exposure to or infection by COVID-19, including personal injury, illness, permanent disability, and death.

The Land Trust requires every Ticket Holder or other individual present at any event at Glen Leven Farm to provide proof, to The Land Trust’s satisfaction, that such individual is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or has received a negative lab-administered diagnostic COVID-19 test result taken within 48 hours prior to entry into Glen Leven Farm. By entering Glen Leven Farm, Ticket Holder agrees to abide by the above protocol, and certifies and attests that Ticket Holder and all individuals in Ticket Holder’s party attending an event at Glen Leven Farm meet such requirements, and have neither tested positive for COVID-19 nor been exposed to a COVID-19 positive person during the 10-day period prior to such entry, nor experienced any symptoms consistent with COVID-19 within 48 hours prior to such entry.

Ticket Holder acknowledges that Glen Leven Farm is an area where photography, audio, and video recording may occur. By entering Glen Leven Farm, or attending any event at Glen Leven Farm, Ticket Holder consents to be photographed, filmed, and/or otherwise recorded and to the release, publication, exhibition, or reproduction of any and all recorded media of Ticket Holder for any purpose in connection with The Land Trust’s mission and initiatives.

Ticket Holder waives and releases all claims against, and covenants not to sue, The Land Trust, its successors and assigns, and its officers, directors, employees, and agents for any liabilities, claims, and demands of whatever kind or nature, arising in any way from or in connection with Ticket Holder’s use of any ticket issued by The Land Trust to enter Glen Leven Farm, or attendance at any event at Glen Leven Farm.

Questions? Please contact (615) 244-5263 or info@LandTrustTN.org.