Please review the following COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols for attending and participating at our in-person events. 

COVID-19 Vaccines Requirements for CWBA In-Person Events

Updated: February 4, 2022

To protect our community from illness and to slow transmission of COVID-19, the Colorado Women’s Bar Association (CWBA) will require that all guests who attend our in-person events be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. “Fully vaccinated” means a person has received their primary series of the vaccine per the current CDC definition. Proof of vaccination must be shown at the registration check-in area prior to entry.

Acceptable proof of vaccination includes one of the following and a matching government-issued photo I.D.:

  • A physical copy of COVID-19 Vaccination Card.
  • A high-resolution photo of the front and back of your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card on smart phone or mobile app such as MyColorado

Mask Policy

Mask wearing is encouraged for event attendees, unless attendees can maintain a distance of six feet from each other,  or if eating or drinking.

If you have had any recent exposure to someone diagnosed with COVID-19 or are exhibiting any signs of sickness or COVID-19 related symptoms yourself, please stay home.

As conditions are constantly changing with COVID-19, we too are constantly assessing and monitoring health and safety concerns as we begin to schedule in-person meetings and events. This is the logical next step in the member and staff safety-first approach we have followed throughout the pandemic. While we have, periodically, scheduled very small board/staff and member in-person meetings and have followed safety practices at all times, as larger numbers gather, it is important to abide by established guidelines. Following are those guidelines, which should be considered minimum safety steps and are subject to change at any time depending upon federal, state, and local requirements and recommendations.

Health Authorities

Our primary guide to permitted in-person gatherings and protocols for hosts, attendees, and participants of those gatherings will come from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (“CDPHE”) and County and Local restrictions and orders, particularly those of the City and County of Denver. We will also closely consider guidance from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) in establishing in-person meeting protocols.

General Guideline 

For all in-person events, all CDPHE, county, and local restrictions and public health orders must be strictly followed. 

For your own safety, the safety of others, and in an effort to provide everyone with the most rewarding in-person meeting and event experiences possible, we request that you attend a CWBA meeting or event only if you have been fully vaccinated and are feeling well

Specific Requirements

  • For all in-person meetings and events, a Release Form must be agreed to as part of the registration process or executed by each attendee at or prior to the time of the meeting or event.
  • Mask and social distancing protocol during any meeting or event will be determined based upon current CDPHE, county, and local restrictions and public health orders and CDC guidance in place at the time of the meeting or event.

Consideration Regarding Meetings/Events at Other Venues/Facilities

  • Meeting or event planners/chairs must confirm with the venue that all CDPHE, county, and local restrictions and public health orders and CDC guidance will be strictly followed and monitored by the venue.

Updated: February 4, 2022


Please contact:

CWBA Executive Director Kim Sporrer
(303) 831-1040



Colorado Women's Bar Association

P.O. Box 1918

Denver, CO 80201

Telephone: (303) 831-1040


 SPRING 2022


The Colorado Women's Bar Association is not a law firm and nothing on this site constitutes legal advice. 

© 2021 Colorado Women's Bar Association. All Rights Reserved 
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software