Mall curfew: Kenwood Towne Center does not allow children inside without adults after 2:00 pm.

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – According to the mall’s website, children 17 and under are not allowed into Kenwood Towne Center after 2:00 pm this week unless accompanied by an adult. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports an even earlier curfew on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

During the 2020 holidays, the mall implemented a “Parental Guidance Required” program. Children in the mall after curfew must stay with an adult 21 years of age or older, and each adult may accompany up to four youths if these children are under 10 years of age. younger.

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“The weeks leading up to and following Christmas are consistently some of the busiest of the year at Kenwood Towne Centre,” David Jacoby, senior general manager of Kenwood Towne Center, said in a press release about the program last year. “While everyone is welcome at all times, we simply require our younger guests to be under adult supervision at certain times. Our goal is to create a family atmosphere that the whole community will appreciate.”

Mall visitors under 18 must be with an adult after 14:00 until Friday. On Saturday and Sunday, children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult from noon until the mall closes.

According to the website, minors and unaccompanied minors after curfew or without proper proof of age — a driver’s license, military ID, school ID or passport — may be asked to leave the area.

“If they do not leave the house or refuse to leave the territory, they can be arrested and prosecuted for illegal entry,” the mall’s website says.

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