COLUMBIA – Amid ongoing concerns about the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, a number of events are being postponed or canceled.
We will share updates about events and other activities as we are made aware of them by businesses and organizations. If you have a cancellation or postponement of an event with at least 200 ticketed or expected attendees, please email email@example.com.
Updated as of 2:30 p.m. Thursday, March 12.
Cancellations and postponements include the following:
Coyote Hill Pancake Breakfast
The breakfast scheduled for March 14 has been canceled. Coyote Hill encourages anyone who had planned to attend the breakfast to please still give to Coyote Hill’s Summer Recreation fund this Saturday. There will be several fun events happening online in an effort to raise funds.
MoNASP State Tournament
The state tournament scheduled for March 19-21 will be changed to a virtual tournament where participating student archers can compete at their local schools and teams can submit scores. For more information on MoNASP and the virtual state tournament, contact MDC Education Outreach Coordinator Eric Edwards at Eric.Edwards@mdc.mo.gov, or 573-522-4115, ext. 3295.
We Always Swing Jazz Series Art Blakey Centennial Celebration
The event scheduled for March 19 at Missouri Theater has been canceled. We Always Swing Jazz Series said rescheduling won’t be possible.
Jason Aldean concert
Zimmer Communications and Boone Hospital have postponed the Mid-MO Baby Expo planned for March 14 to June 27.
Speedo Sectional Swim Meet
Missouri Valley Swimming said the Region VIII Speedo Sectionals scheduled for March 14-15 have been canceled.
Missouri State Historical Society
The opening reception for Missouri Women: Suffrage to Statecraft exhibit originally planned for March 14 has been postponed until further notice. The exhibit will be open to visitors to the Center for Missouri Studies.
The UM System is rescheduling the broadband summit that was originally planned for March 16.
The Blue Note and Rose Music Hall
In a news release Wednesday, The Blue Note announced the cancellation of The Glitch Mob on April 25. The Glitch Mob postponed its tour because of COVID-19 concerns.
Other events are expected to continue as usual unless announced otherwise, according to the release. The venues said they would be cleaning and disinfecting the facilities, including each individual chair, after every event.
Valhalla’s Gate, a game store on Bernadette Drive, announced it would cancel all events in March on its website and on Facebook. The store is also closing its rental library “for the next few weeks.”
The store will offer curbside delivery to customers for the next few weeks.