The Larks' game days will look a little different this year. Many new safety precautions have been implemented for a safe and family fun event. Check out the list of things that will be changing

Are you ready to watch baseball?

Park

  • Opens 90-minutes early
  • Clear bags are encouraged
  • Practice social distancing - masks are encouraged but not required
    • Masks can be purchased at the park
  • The park is CASHLESS, except for tips. 
  • After you get through with your ticket, head to the concourse to limit congestion

Box Office

  • OPEN, but not printing tickets
  • You can get in with your pre-printed or digital ticket

Wristbands 

  • Present your TICKET and ID 
  • You will put your wristband on in front of the employee

Clark's Closet

  • Open, but limited to 10 PEOPLE at a time

Seating

  • There is a seating map to enforce guidelines
    • Enforced on the deck and clubhouse
  • Stay in seat and keep trash there with you - this will help alleviate staff
  • At the end of the game, stay seated until your row is asked to leave

Sanitation

  • Hand Sanitizer Stations
  • People will clean seats, rails, trash cans, bathrooms, etc.

Bathrooms

  • A limited number of people will be allowed in the bathroom
  • Bathrooms will be closed once during the game for sanitizing

Food

  • A Larks team member will handle your food, following safety guidelines
  • When eating seeds or peanuts, spit them in an open bottle

YMCA Fun Zone

  • OPEN, with FREE activities for the kids

Players

      • Players will have temperature checks before games
      • NO AUTOGRAPHS or baseballs thrown into the stands
      • Team equipment will be disinfected
      • AIR HIGH-FIVES

Check out the Larks' guidelines in the video posted below: