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Closings and Cancellations

Local closings and cancellations due to coronavirus outbreak.

Posted: Mar 13, 2020 4:39 PM
Updated: Apr 3, 2020 2:21 PM

Current Closings or Cancellations:

1ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (ALBANY, MO): Closed until May 1

3 TO 1 FITNESS AT TURNING POINT CHURCH: Campus temporarily closed (check Facebook for updates)

ATCHISON PUBLIC SCHOOLS (KS): Closed for remainder of 2019-2020 School Year

AVENUE CITY R-IX: Return to school is now rescheduled for 4/27/20.

BENEDICTINE COLLEGE: Spring break extended through March 20. Beginning March 23 all classes will be provided in an online environment.

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS: Offices closed

BRAYMER: Closed through April 6

BUCHANAN CO. R-IV: Classes and activities cancelled through April 24th, 2020.

CAPSTJOE: Main office building at 817 Monterey will be closed Tuesday, March 17 after an agency employee exhibited symptoms consistent with COVID-19. The office will remain closed until a diagnosis is determined.

CASINO WHITE CLOUD: Temporarily closed until April 30

CHAR'S CIRCUIT: Closed

ST. JOSEPH CITY HALL: Effective 8am, Monday, March 23, until further notice, City Hall will close to public access to ensure proper social distancing and help reduce the spread of virus. Business can still be conducted via phone, website at stjoemo.org, or other means in order to continue to conduct essential business. Some services may be done by appointment. Please call the department with which you are needing assistance to discuss options. The main phone number for the city is 816.271.5300. This is an automated number and can help guide you to the department you are looking for.For those who may need to make a payment in person, a drop box is located to the left of the main north door at City Hall. Please make sure your payment has documentation with it and is enclosed in an envelope. Other city facilities to be included in the closure at this time are parks administration building located at 1920 Grand Avenue and the Civic Arena lobby

CUP OF JOE: Postponed indefinitely

DIOCESE OF KANSAS CITY-ST. JOSEPH: Suspending all public masses through April 24

East Hills Shopping Center: Closed until further notice.

Evolution United Methodist Church: All services are suspended until further notice.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SAVANNAH: All activities and services with 10 or more people are cancelled at the church until AT LEAST April 30.

FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN SAVANNAH: Closed until further notice

FIRST LUTHERAN CHRUCH: ALL WORSHIP AND MEETINGS CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

FREUDENTHAL CENTER FOR PARKINSON'S DISEASE: All center classes are cancelled, check Facebook for online classes.

GENESIS HEALTH CLUB: Closed until further notice

GENTRY COUNTY LIBRARY: Closed until further notice

HELEN M. DAVIS STATE SCHOOL: Special alert:; Beginning March 18 through April 3 Helen Davis State School will be closed. School will reconvene on April 6.

HIGHLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE: All regional, technical and Highland Campus classes have resumed using remote/electronic delivery. HCC Online classes continue as scheduled.

Hope United Church of Christ: All services are suspended until further notice.; Livestream is available.

INTERSERV: Calvin Center-RSVP Tax Counseling for the Elderly is suspended via CDC guidelines; Community Center-Congregate Meals suspended per Young at Heart Resources (NWMOAAA), Wesley Weightlifters, youth dances and Summer Jam/Summer Spike, No rentals of facility available - including basketball/volleyball practices, Meals on Wheels delivered weekly beginning 3/17, Food Pantry clients will have meals delivered outside to their vehicles

KANSAS STATE HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION: All spring championships, competitions and festivals for the school year are cancelled.

KING CITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Closed until May 1

KOHL'S: Closed through at least April 1\

MARYVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY: Closed until further notice.

MERIL: Visitors and members of the public are not allowed in MERIL offices until further notice. Staff will continue to be available via phone and email during regular business hours

MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION: The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) announces it will close regional offices, Department headquarters in Jefferson City, and all other public contact offices around the state to visitors starting Monday, March 23, through April 15. While MDC public offices will be closed to general visitation, offices will still be staffed. Visitors with official business will need to notify the office to gain access

MISSOURI WESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY: Shifting instruction to alternative delivery methods for rest of semester. The spring commencement ceremony scheduled for May 2 and all other graduation-related events have been suspended
MO Job Center: Closed until further notice.; Call 816-387-2380

MONSTER TRUCK THUNDER SHOW: Rescheduled for Saturday, September 19. All purchased tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date.

MOSAIC LIFE CARE: Starting Monday, March 23 visitors will be limited to ONE visitor per patient. No visitors under 18 are allowed. For the most updated visitor policy information visit: www.myMLC.com/corona

NEW HOME BAPTIST: NO SERVICES THIS SUNDAY (3-29-20)

NODAWAY COUNTY CHORALE: Rehearsals are postponed until further notice. May 3 concert is postponed.

NODAWAY-HOLT R-VII: Closed until May 1

NORTH ANDREW R-VI: Closed through April 27

NORTH NODAWAY R-VI: Closed until April 3

NORTHEAST NODAWAY R-V: Closed until May 1

NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY: Moving all classes online beginning March 23. Campus facilities are closed to the public. Spring commencement postponed

OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE: Masses at all St. Joseph Catholic churches are cancelled until further notice.

PLATO'S CLOSET: Closed Temporarily

ROLLING HILLS LIBRARY: Rolling Hills Library will be closed to the public until April 30

Saint Peter's Lutheran Church: All services are suspended until further notice.

SAVANNAH R-III: District-wide campus closure through April 24

SECOND HARVEST COMMUNITY FOOD BANK: Still operating mobile pantry distributions. Second Harvest is in need of volunteers to help with food sorting and preparations for distributions. They will take all precautions for the volunteers and you will work in a safe environment. If you want to help, please contact Andrew Foster at afoster@shcfb.org or call 816.364.3663

Social Welfare Board's Dental Walk-in Clinic: Suspended until April 6th; Services are currently avaliable by appointment only.

SOUTH HOLT R-I: School closed until April 20, 2020

SOUTH PARK CHRISTIAN ACADEMY: Closed through April 24

SPECIAL OLYMPICS MISSOURI: Suspending all sport trainings, competitions, and other program-related activities involving athletes through May 31.

SPOTTED DOG CONSIGNMENT: Closed until April 25th

ST. BENEDICT'S CATHOLIC CHURCH: No mass until further notice

ST. CHARLES CATHOLIC CHURCH- TROY: Closed until further notice

ST. GREGORY'S SCHOOL: Closed through April 30

ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC SCHOOLS: Schools to remain clsed through April 24

ST. JOSEPH PARKS & REC: Joyce Raye Patterson Center - closed until further notice.

ST. JOSEPH PARKS & REC: Missouri Theater closed, Rec Center closed, Remington Nature Center closed, Bode Ice Arena closed, JRP 50+ Activity Center closed, Fairview Golf Course closed, Civic Arena closed; lobby is open for ticket purchase playground equipment is temporarily closed

ST. JOSEPH PUBLIC LIBRARY: Closed until April 30

ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL DISTRICT: Will remain closed through April 24

ST. MARY CHURCH: The Food Pantry is closed indefinitely

TEXAS ROADHOUSE: Hours 12-8pm. Curbside-to-go available

WEST NODAWAY R-I: Closed until April 30

WYATT PARK CHRISTIAN CHURCH: In-building services are cancelled until further notice.; All services will be available via live stream.

ZION UCC: Services canceled until further notice

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