We will update all COVID 19 information here to keep you up to date with any function and wedding guidelines as we receive them 

Event Guidelines for COVID 19 

Updated 1/5/2021

Due to the increase cases of COVID 19 we will no longer be scheduling in person tours until further notice.

At this time, we are offering virtual tours through Zoom and if you would like to schedule this just let me know.

Sorry for the inconvenience and if you have any questions just let me know.


Please contact Tony Maggiacomo to schedule a tour for your special day


401-739-6850 EX 102

Hope to see you soon

Catered Events Are catered events allowed? Yes. During this period, catered events must be held in accordance with restaurant rules. They may only occur in non-residential settings with the licensed caterer on site. Indoor catered events for more than fifteen (15) people are prohibited. Outdoor catered events for more than fifty (50) people are prohibited. Weddings previously scheduled to occur after December 20th that exceed these limits may seek an exception from the Department of Business Regulation, provided that appropriate physical distancing and capacity limits can be maintained at all times. Requests may be made to Department of Business Regulation at 


Restaurants Are restaurants allowed to continue in-person dining options? Outdoor dining is allowed and encouraged. Indoor dining is allowed at up to 50% of the restaurant’s seating capacity. All restaurants must continue to cease indoor and outdoor dining service at 10:00 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, after which only takeout and delivery are allowed. Indoor seating at restaurants is limited to one household. Page 4 of 7 Outdoors, restaurants may seat up to two households together, not to exceed a total of eight (8) people, provided that all members of the party wear masks when not eating or drinking and follow other public health protocols. How are restaurants expected to ensure party size is equal to a household? When taking a reservation or receiving a non-reserved party at the restaurant, the restaurant must ask whether the party to be seated consists of a single household, in accordance with the social gathering size. A restaurant must also post the one household rule prominently at its entrance and at its host/hostess desk or reception area. Restaurants are not to seat parties indoors unless they state they are from a single household. Are bars allowed to be open? Is alcohol service allowed? The bar area and any bar seating must be closed to customers at all times in every establishment. The bar area must be roped off or otherwise physically separated from the rest of the space in the establishment. Additionally, if the bar area is being used to prepare food or beverages for tables within the establishment, tables may not be placed within six (6) feet of any section of the physical bar/counter where personnel are working. Alcohol may still be served to patrons who are seated at tables (not in the bar area).

Event Guidelines for COVID 19 

Updated 8/5/2020

OLP Center, Inc. Phase 3 Policy for Functions 


Please be advised that the policies of the State of Rhode Island & OLP Center, Inc./Aldrich Mansion are in place to protect you, your guests, and our employees to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).  


  • There is signage throughout the mansion regarding social distancing, sanitizer, and hygiene to notify everyone to follow the rules.   


  • Mansion first floor will have Citron Hygiene perform Sani Plus electrostatic disinfecting prior to use by public.   


  • Sanitizer-provided at front door and throughout the mansion for guest use. Sanitizer is also provided for staff use with locations in the wait staff area and kitchen area. 


  • 50-person maximum for an indoor function. The 50-person maximum does NOT include staff.  100-person maximum for outdoor functions.  The 100- person maximum does NOT include staff.  Outdoor functions would be considered an open-air function or a tented function with no sides on the tent, but all policies remain the same.  


  • Prior to a function, the renter of the facility will provide either by email or through the All Seated website, the name and phone number of each guest for COVID-19 tracing purposes.   


  • Temperature checks will be done on guests by Aldrich Mansion staff as they arrive to the front door of the mansion.  If a guest has a temperature higher than 100 degrees, the guest will not be allowed entry to the mansion/function and will need to provide name and phone number. 


  • Masks will be worn by the Aldrich Mansion staff at all times, including all kitchen staff.  Guests will be provided masks if they do not have one when they arrive at the mansion.  


  • Seating (Tables) will be 8 feet apart. 

  • Guests must wear masks when not seated at table.  This includes getting up from the table for any reason.  

  • 8-person seating maximum for a 60-inch table 

  • 6-person seating maximum for a 48-inch table 


  • The bar is allowed.  There will be plexiglass between the bartender and guest and when ordering at the bar there will only be a limited number of guests allowed in the bar area.  We have moved the bar to allow for better social distancing.    


  • Cheese display is not allowed.   


  • Passed appetizers are not allowed.  Appetizers must be placed at the guest’s table for immediate consumption.   


  • Dancing is not permitted with the exception of ceremonial/customary dances (e.g. mother/fatherson/daughter dances) are allowed


  • Buffet is not allowed for any function.  


  • Dessert display is not allowed. 


  • DJ and bands are allowed.  However, the DJ/band must be at least 14 feet away from guests at all times and the singer(s) of a band must be at least 14 feet away from everyone at all times. 


  • Photos are allowed. Masks are required for everyone while preparing to take photos.  Masks may be removed for the photo(s).   


Mansion Employees/Staffing 


  • Schedule the same staff working events as much as possible to limit exposure to other employees and guests. 


  • Staff will be provided masks that shall be worn throughout the function. 


  • Staff required to answer basic health questions and will have temperature checked before shift to be sure no symptoms are present.  If an employee answers yes to any of the health questions or has a temperature of 100 degrees or higher, they will not work their shift and return home. 


  • Staff required to social distance among themselves while in employee areas. 


  • A staff member will be assigned to disinfect the touchpoints throughout the mansion during the function. 


  • Staff will be assigned to monitor social distancing among guests in areas of the mansion deemed to only have a specific number of people to reduce exposure. 


Policies are subject to change at any time.  It is OLP Center’s understanding these policies may be in place for Phase 4 of the State of Rhode Island’s reopening plan, with possible changes to guest counts.