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This list features event and school cancellations in Arkansas related to the coronavirus. All public schools were closed beginning Tuesday, March 17, and lasting through April 17.

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LAST UPDATE: 9 p.m. April 2

2020 Novel Tall Fescue Renovation Workshop: March 24

2nd Division Circuit Court jury orientation: March 19-20

2nd Friday Art Night: March 13

4-H Shooting Sports Championships: March 23-25

4-H Veterinary Science field trip: March 27-28

6th Annual “Kidz Runnin’ The Show” Corvette Car Show, March 27-28 in Camden, canceled

ACANSA Spring Break Arts Camps: March 23-27

ACT: April 4 test date rescheduled to June 13 and July 18

ACTM Mathematics Contests: March 14, Arkansas State University

Adult and Teen Challenge of Arkansas’ Faith Promise Banquet, April 2; Hot Springs Village; moved to a Virtual Event March 30-April 5; visit teenchallengear.org.

Age-Friendly Little Rock Commission meeting: March 16, postponed

A la Carte for Arkansas Children’s Hospital: March 12, 6:30 p.m. Children’s Hall

Alpacapalooza: March 14

ALS In Wonderland Presents Olympus: May 30, canceled

AMC Theatres: Closed until further notice

Architecture + Design Network lecture with Mason Toms: April 14, canceled

Argenta Acoustic Music Series with guitarist Paul Asbell: March 19, the Joint in North Little Rock

Argenta Art Walk: March 20, canceled

Arkansas Arts Center, Riverdale location: closed until further notice. Public programs through March 30 are canceled or postponed. Museum School spring quarter canceled

Arkansas Association of County Agricultural Agents annual banquet: March 26

Arkansas Audubon Society Halberg Ecology Camps: June and July, canceled

Arkansas Chamber Singers Spring Concert: March 19, 7:30 p.m., postponed

Arkansas Choral Society concert, April 24, canceled

Arkansas College Media Association Conference: April 3, Arkansas State University, canceled

Arkansas Commissioner of State Lands cancels first half of 2020 tax auction season

Arkansas Climate Accord: Personal Stories, Community Solutions: Postponed from May 2 to Oct. 2

Arkansas Department of Transportation: 2020 application seminar on March 17 postponed. Arkansas Department of Transportation informational seminar April 7 in Springdale to continue as scheduled

Arkansas Department of Transportation regional meetings canceled: March 30 in Batesville, March 30 in Jonesboro and April 2 in El Dorado.

Arkansas Enterprises for the Developmentally Disabled: Sammie Gail Sanders Children’s Learning Center closed; will reopen March 30 when the public schools open again

Arkansas Enterprises for the Developmentally Disabled’s Curtain Call for a Cause fundraiser, May 28-29; postponed to a single night, June 25

Arkansas Historical Association 2020 annual conference, April 16-18 in Conway: canceled

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program’s Sandwiching in History tour April 3, at North Little Rock’s Old Mill, canceled

Arkansas Homeless Coalition: April 8 meeting in Little Rock is canceled. Next meeting is scheduled tentatively for May 13.

Arkansas Italian Food & Cultural Festival: April 24-26, postponed to Sept. 25-27

Arkansas Local Food Network: March 15-28, closed

Arkansas Northeastern College: everything but existing online-only courses canceled week of March 16

Arkansas Pie Festival: April 18, Cherokee Village, postponed

Arkansas Poetry Out Loud: March 14, CALS Ron Robinson Theater, Little Rock

Arkansas Pollution Control & Ecology Commission meeting: March 27

Arkansas Post National Memorial visitor center: Closed beginning April 1; grounds remain open

Arkansas Railroad Museum in Pine Bluff: Closed until April 7

Arkansas Repertory Theatre: All programming activities, including productions, events and educational offerings, are indefinitely suspended.

Arkansas Roots Music Festival: April 11, canceled

Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts: Remote instruction will begin March 17 through at least March 29. The ASMSA campus will remain open through this period under otherwise normal operations.

Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre: Summer 2020 season canceled

Arkansas State Capitol: March 13, until further notice

Arkansas State Chili Championship, April 18, Holiday Island, postponed

Arkansas State Parks: All programs canceled through May 13

Arkansas State University: May 16 commencement postponed until August. Classes online from March 17 until the end of the spring semester. ASU’s residence halls, cafeteria and library will remain open.

Arkansas State University ABI DNA Day Celebration: April 3, canceled

Arkansas State University-Beebe: no on-campus courses, transitioned to alternative course delivery through April 3

Arkansas State University Bradbury Art Museum: closed until further notice

Arkansas State University College of Agriculture honors banquet: April 7, canceled

Arkansas State University College of Education and Behavioral Science honors banquet: April 13, canceled

Arkansas State University College of Engineering and Computer Science honors banquet: April 6, canceled

Arkansas State University College of Nursing and Health Professions honors banquet: April 27, canceled

Arkansas State University College of Sciences and Mathematics honors banquet: April 23, canceled

Arkansas State University Concert Choir concert: April 7, postponed to April 21

Arkansas State University Department of Communications honors banquet: April 15, canceled

Arkansas State University Department of Media honors banquet: April 8, canceled

Arkansas State University faculty recital by Dr. Bruce Faske: March 19, postponed

Arkansas State University FFA Career Development Events: March 18, postponed

Arkansas State University Heritage Sites: Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center at Piggott; Historic Dyess Colony: Johnny Cash Boyhood Home at Dyess; Lakeport Plantation at Lakeport; Southern Tenant Farmers Museum at Tyronza; and the Historic V.C. Kays House on the Jonesboro campus, closed until the end of April.

Arkansas State University Mid-South: currently only remote instruction

Arkansas State University-Mountain Home: March 16, classes as usual; March 17, online classes until further notice.

Arkansas State University Museum: closed through April 30

Arkansas State University Neil Griffin College of Business honors banquet: April 13, canceled

Arkansas State University-Newport: online and distance learning exclusively through at least April 3, computer access areas available on campus

Arkansas State University Phi Kappa Phi honors banquet: April 20, canceled

Arkansas State University Retirement Reception for Carol Barnhill: March 18, postponed

Arkansas State University screening of documentary film Resilience: April 20, postponed

Arkansas State University Spring Social Work Conference: April 3, canceled

Arkansas State University spring sports competitions, suspended

Arkansas State University-Three Rivers: online or distance learning exclusively for now, laboratory coursework will be handled on a case-by-case basis

Arkansas State University Transfer Preview Day: March 20, canceled

Arkansas State University Undergraduate Studies honors banquet: April 30, canceled

Arkansas State University Wind Ensemble Concert: April 22, canceled

Arkansas State University Wind Ensemble Concert: March 17, canceled

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, remainder of the 2020-21 season, canceled, “Tribute to the Queen of Soul: Aretha Franklin” concerts: March 14-15, Robinson Center Performance Hall, rescheduled for Oct. 24-25

Arkansas Veterans Coalition Meeting: March 20. Rescheduled for May 22.

Arlo Guthrie concert: March 20, Walton Arts Center, postponed to Oct. 4

ArtChalk Arkansas Festival; May 29-30, North Little Rock, canceled

Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale, closed March 16-April 7

Audubon Society of Central Arkansas, March 28 Toltec Mounds, April 25 Lake Sylvia, canceled

Baby Shark Live!: April 19, Simmons Bank Arena, rescheduled for Oct. 28

Ballet Arkansas is canceling the remainder of its season and postponing its Master/Works showcase to a date within its 2020-21 season. The company has been offering online programming, including a series called “Encore,” screening Ballet Arkansas performances for free on weekends, and a new series of online dance classes.

Barkus on Main Mardi Gras dog parade: March 29, postponed

Ben Rector: March 20 concert at Little Rock’s Robinson Center postponed

Benton Parks Systems: all group activities such as sports tournaments, competitions and related events canceled through March 29

Bentonville Bike Fest: May 1-3, postponed to Aug. 7-9

Billy Elliott, Argenta Community Theater: April 22 - May 2; postponed to May 13-23

Black River Technical College: currently closed to students and the public, existing online-only courses will continue and hybrid courses transitioned to online-only week of March 16

Blue Jeans & Blue Grass, March 27: third annual benefit for Camp Quality Arkansas,, postponed to Aug. 29

Boone County Library: Closed until further notice

Boswell Mourot Fine Art: April 4 opening of Ray Parker exhibition postponed

Bradbury Art Museum: closed “until further notice”

Brett Young concert, March 26 at Robinson Center Performance Hall, postponed.

Bryant Aquatic Center: Closed through March 30

Bryant City Council meeting: March 31 and all March city committee meetings canceled

Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story: April 9, Reynolds Performance Hall, postponed

Cabot Spring Fling 5K: March 21, postponed

Cadillac Three, April 30, TempleLive, Fort Smith, postponed to Sept. 10

Camden Daffodil Festival: March 13-14

Cantrell Gallery: March 20 opening reception canceled; eight people at a time can reserve a time slot to view the art work — call (501) 224-1335

Capital City Classic 10K: postponed to Oct. 10

Celtic Angels Ireland: March 16, Reynolds Performance Hall, postponed

Centennial Celebration of the Pine Bluff Branch NAACP: March 28, postponed

Center at Bishop Park in Bryant: Closed through March 30

Central Arkansas Christian: Closed through March 27

Central Arkansas Library System: All programs and events suspended effective immediately through May 9. All locations closed until at least April 20.

Centre at University Park: Closed through March 30

Cher concert: March 14, Simmons Bank Arena

Choir of Man, The: March 12, Arkansas State University-Mountain Home

Chris Smither concert: March 20, Ron Robinson Theater

Christ Church, Little Rock: Closed through March 30; Sunday service via Facebook and YouTube. April 3 art reception and Newbern/Grimes exhibit postponed

Clayton House in Fort Smith: Closed to public until March 31. All special events will be postponed.

Clinton Center suspending most operations, including exhibits, research room and public programs, through April 30

Clinton School of Public Service: All classes moved online for the remainder of the spring semester; spring semester public events, including Clinton School Speaker Series programs and the National Community Philanthropy Conference, are canceled or postponed

Coleman Creek Cleanup: March 14, postponed

Conway Men's Chorus, May 5, canceled

Conway Public Schools: Closed March 16 through March 27.

Cory Jackson and Marybeth Byrd concert: April 4, Arkansas State University, postponed

Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas: Campus closed to students, March 16 through March 27. All employees working March 16. Courses transitioned online. Fiesta Fest, downtown De Queen, postponed from May 2 to Sept. 12.

Crowns: The Gospel Musical at the Weekend Theater in Little Rock: March 20-22, 27-29 and April 2-5; all performances canceled

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, closure extended through at least April 17

DecARcerate: Inside Out poetry reading on March 31 is canceled

Delta Symphony Orchestra, May 3 concert in in Jonesboro, canceled

Delta Symposium: The Haunted South: April 8-11, Arkansas State University, canceled

Designing Women Prayer Breakfast, 15th annual: March 28; rescheduled for May 23

Diamond Chef Arkansas: Competition set for April 23; rescheduled to Oct. 15

Diocese of Little Rock: Mass suspended after March 12

Disney On Ice presents Dream Big: April 2-5 at Simmons Bank Arena in North Little Rock, canceled

Dollarway School District: Closed until March 30

Downtown Little Rock Partnership annual meeting, March 17, 11:30 a.m., Statehouse Convention Center

Dunbar Community Center: Closed through March 30

East Arkansas Community College: no in-person instruction, alternative course delivery began March 16 until March 30

EAST Conference: March 17-19, Hot Springs Convention Center

Easterseals Arkansas Fashion Event: March 12; postponed to Sept.9; Arkansan of the Year, postponed to Aug. 13

East Little Rock Community Center: Closed through March 30

Encore! for Education fundraiser: March 13, Argenta Community Theater

Evolve Gala for the Centers for Youth and Families: March 14, Statehouse Convention Center

Fallen Heroes Ceremony at Sherwood Forest: March 14, postponed

Faulkner County: All county offices closed to the public

Fayetteville Public Library: Closing from noon on March 16 through March 29

Feast of St. Joseph Celebration and Farm Stand: March 19, St. Joseph Center of Arkansas

Fort Smith Convention Center: Closed to public effective March 17 until at least April 30. Administrative offices will remain open for those needing assistance with future events.

Fort Smith Museum of History: Closed to public effective March 16 and suspending public and group tours, programs, events, public meeting room use, and outreach through the end of March.

Fort Smith Public Schools: Closed March 16-29

Fort Smith Regional Art Museum: temporarily closed and suspending all exhibitions, tours, educational programs and events until further notice

Forward Fest Blues, Batter, and Brew, Pine Bluff: April 24-25, postponed

Frankie Beverly ft. Maze concert, Pine Bluff Convention Center: Postponed to Oct. 16

Friends of Central Arkansas Libraries Book Sale: March 13-14, Main Library

Garvan Woodland Gardens: Closed until further notice

Go! Running weekly Thursday night runs: March 19 and to come

Go Red for Women luncheon for the American Heart Association of Arkansas: March 17, Benton, rescheduled for May 28

Governor's Arts Awards: March 17, Governor's Mansion, Little Rock

Grantseeking Beyond the Basics (GetSmART!): March 18, Arkansas Department of Heritage, Little Rock

Harding University commencement: May 9, postponed to Aug. 15

Haven of Rest Banquet, March 27, postponed

Health Fair, March 17, Watkin Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, Pine Bluff, canceled

Henderson State University: Classes held online beginning March 13

Hendrix College: Classes suspended after March 13; remote instruction begins March 30 and continues for the rest of the semester

Hip Hop in the Rock, April 18, Simmons Bank Arena, postponed.

Hogeye Marathon & Relays: March 28, now a solo virtual event with self-reported times

Hogskin 5K at Hampton: April 11, postponed TBA

Hot Springs Animal Services lobby closed to customers until further notice. Individuals interested in adopting or looking for lost pets can view the animals from the outside kennels or look on the Animal Services Facebook page

Hot Springs Convention Center, including Bank OZK Arena, closed until at least April 1

Hot Springs Gallery Walk: Galleries and studio spaces are making their monthly Gallery Walk, set for April 3, a virtual event this month

Hot Springs National Park: Gulpha Gorge campground, including the restrooms and picnic area, will be restricted as of April 2. Those currently registered to camp in Gulpha Gorge will be asked to leave their campsites by April 3. Visitors center and administrative offices remain temporarily closed.

I AM 2020 Easter Drama: March 27 to April 12, postponed

James McMurtry show: April 3, White Water Tavern, postponed

Jewish Food & Cultural Festival: April 5, War Memorial Stadium, canceled

Jim Dailey Fitness and Aquatic Center: Closed through March 30

John Fullbright: March 12, South on Main, postponed to June 11

John Moreland: March 15, South on Main, rescheduled to July 9

Jonesboro: Parks are closed except for trail use until further notice

Jonesboro: Senior centers and community centers are closed for at least a week

Jonquil Festival at Historic Washington State Park: Canceled

KASU Bluegrass Monday: March 23, canceled

Keep Little Rock Beautiful Citywide Cleanup kickoff event: March 14, 8 a.m., Rose Creek Park, other individual neighborhood cleanups will take place at the discretion of each group leader

Komen Ozark More Than Pink Walk at Rogers: April 25; rescheduled to Sept. 12

Lake Hamilton School District: Closed beginning March 16. Scheduled to reopen on March 30.

Larkin Poe: March 14, University of Arkansas-Pulaski Technical College’s Center for Humanities and Arts, postponed to Aug. 12

La Traviata, Opera In The Rock, May 29-31, canceled

Lauren Daigle Concert: March 21, Arkansas State University, postponed to Aug. 13

Little Rock: Will reschedule events with planned attendance of 50 or more, a change from the previous plan of 100 or more.

Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, screenings of films Home of the Brave March 18 and Harriet March 28, postponed.

Little Rock Climbing Center, open but no youth lessons, yoga, parties or large groups through March 31

Little Rock golf courses: Closed March 16-30.

Little Rock Kickball Association: March 15 games postponed

Little Rock Open Data Days: March 14, March 28, April 4

Little Rock Police Unity Ball: March 28, 7-11 p.m., Robinson Center

Little Rock Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission Race Matters town hall on race and policing: March 12, 6:30 p.m., Darragh Center auditorium

Little Rock School District: Closing after March 12, will remain closed through March 30

Little Rock School District Community Advisory Board meeting: March 12

Little Rock tennis courts: closed March 16-30.

Little Rock Student Grab-and-Go Feeding:

• Week of March 16, breakfast will be provided 8-9 a.m., lunch 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., and dinner 5-7 p.m. at the following locations:

◦ Chicot Elementary School, 11100 Chicot Road

◦ Booker Magnet Elementary School, 2016 Barber Street

◦ King Elementary School, 905 MLK Drive

◦ Romine Elementary School, 3400 Romine Road

◦ Stephens Elementary School, 3700 W. 18th Street

◦ Terry Elementary School, 10800 Mara Lynn Road

◦ McClellan High School, 9417 Geyer Springs Road

◦ Wakefield Elementary School, 75 Westminister Drive

• Additionally, three CALS libraries will also be open during week of March 16 for grab-and-go lunch 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and dinner 5-7 p.m.:

◦ Dee Brown Library, 6325 Baseline Road

◦ Sue Cowan Williams Library, 1800 S. Chester Street

◦ Sid McMath Library, 2100 John Barrow Road

Little Rock Sustainability Summit: April 2, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Robinson Center, will be held virtually on the city’s YouTube channel

Little Rock Traffic Court: All in-person court appearances March 16-20 are canceled; arraignments will be done via video

Little Rock Winds concert April 30 canceled

Little Rock Zoo: Closed to visitors March 16-30. The Wild Wines fundraiser has been moved from April 24-25 to September 25-26. Volunteer meetings and training have been postponed until March 30.

Lucie’s Place drop-in center closed beginning March 16.

Lyon College: Classes suspended starting March 17

MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History: Closed to the public March 13-29

Mary Gauthier show: March 26 at South on Main, postponed.

Master Singers Concert of Worship, Warren and West Memphis, canceled

McCain Mall: Closed until further notice. Pharmacy & food delivery/take-out may be available from businesses.

Memphis, Argenta Community Theater: July 15-25, postponed to July 22-Aug. 1

Meteor Shower, Arkansas Public Theatre: March 20-22 and 26-29, postponed to April 17-19 and 23-26

Metropolitan Housing Alliance: Offices closed to the public until further notice, scheduled appointments postponed until further notice

Monster X Tour Show: March 14, Arkansas State University, postponed

Montgomery County Courthouse, Mt. Ida: County offices in the building are closed to the public until further notice

Montgomery County Library, Mt. Ida: Closed March 17 until further notice

More Than Pink Walk at Pinnacle Hills Promenade Mall in Rogers: April 25, postponed to Sept. 12

Mount Holly Cemetery Spring Picnic, April 26, postponed indefinitely

Murphy Arts District, El Dorado, canceling shows March 19 by Randy Rutherford, March 20 by Tyler Reese Tritt, March 21 by Riley Moore, March 26 by the Legendary Pacers, April 4 by Moriah Domby

Murry’s Dinner Playhouse, rescheduling March 19-21 Travis Ledoyt concerts; reducing seating to 200 to comply with city recommendations on cancellations of groups over 200; delaying the opening one week to March 31 of Perfect Wedding; and plating meals instead of putting food out on the buffet.

Museum of Discovery, closed March 15 until at least 9 a.m. March 23

Museum of Native American History, Bentonville, closed March 17-April 3

National Park College: online-only instruction began March, scheduled through at least April 5, while some technical or hands-on learning may be postponed until after April 5; physical campus closed and employees will work remotely at least until April 5

NEA Art Educators Exhibition Opening Reception: March 15, Arkansas State University, canceled

NF, April 9 at Simmons Bank Arena, rescheduled to July 17

North Arkansas College: online-only coursework through at least March 30

North Little Rock: All community centers, adult fitness centers, the William F. Laman Public Library (Main Branch and Argenta Branch), and the Hays Senior Citizens Center are closed effective at 8 p.m. Thursday. The facilities will remain closed until at least March 30.

North Little Rock: city hall and city services lobby closed. Police headquarters closed except for front desk.

North Little Rock Airport Commission meeting: March 19, canceled

North Little Rock City Council meeting: March 23, canceled

North Little Rock School District: Closing after March 12, will remain closed through March 30

Momentary, The, Bentonville, closure extended through at least April 17

Nunsense II: The Second Coming, March 14-15 and 21-22, Lyric Theatre, Harrison, postponed

Oaklawn Casino: Closed temporarily. Racing to continue without spectators

The Old Mill in North Little Rock: Closed until further notice

Old State House Museum, all events canceled through May 13

Oscar Washington, Jr. Educational Fund (OWJEF) scholarship banquet: Rescheduled for June 6

Ottenheimer Therapeutic Recreation Center: Closed through March 30

Ouachita Baptist University: Classes canceled March 16-29; classes held online March 30-April 12

Ouachita Challenge, March 28-29 at Oden, canceled

Ouachita Children, Youth, and Family Services: ceasing all volunteer activities and tangible good donations, as well as limiting family visitation for its Ouachita Children’s Center, Ouachita Youth Center, and Ouachita Family Center until further notice.

Oxford American’s March 31 South Words reading featuring Leesa Cross-Smith, Ron Robinson Theater, postponed

Ozarka College: extended spring break through March 27

Park Hill Presbyterian Church in North Little Rock: all worship services March 13-27 canceled; digital worship coming via email

Philander Smith College: Spring 2020 commencement, originally set for May 2, has been postponed until the fall

Phillips Community College at the University of Arkansas: classes held virtually beginning March 16

Pine Bluff Aquatic Center: Closed through March 31

Pine Bluff Jefferson County Library System: Closed March 19

Pine Bluff School District: Closed until March 30

Play That Goes Wrong, The: March 28-29 at Robinson Center Performance Hall, postponed

Potluck & Poison Ivy: “An Evening with KaToya Fleming,” March 26 at the Joint in North Little Rock

Pulaski County "State of the County" address, March 19, and Census community meeting, March 23, both canceled

Pulaski County Quorum Court meeting scheduled for March 24 will take place as scheduled but will be limited to Quorum Court members, the County Judge, and some essential staff. The public will still not be permitted access to the building. The meeting will be livestreamed as usual.

Pulaski County Special School District: Closed until March 30

Quapaw Quarter Association Preservation Conversation events postponed until later in the year: “Chimney Safety: Maintenance and Repair” with Jason Ward, originally scheduled for April 9; “Albert Pike: The Man and the Scottish Rite Temple” by Maureen Richmond, originally scheduled for May 14; and “Vestal Florists” by Sarah Vestal, originally scheduled for June 11.

Quapaw Quarter Association’s 56th Spring Tour of Homes: April 4 preview party rescheduled for July 26; tour rescheduled for Aug. 29-30

Ragin’ Cajun Bash benefiting CARTI: April 30, canceled

Regal Cinemas: Closed until further notice

Regional Dance America Southwest Festival: March 26-28, ArcBest Corp. Performing Arts Center, Fort Smith

Reynolds Community Building, Pine Bluff: Closed March 20-26 to the public, tenants will have access

Rights After Wrongs: March 28, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Pleasant Valley Church of Christ

River Center Park in Benton: Closed through March 29

River City Men’s Chorus, April 19-20 and 23, canceled

RockCity Hacks: April 25-26

Ronnie Milsap, April 4, TempleLive, Fort Smith, postponed to Aug. 22

Ron White, April 17, TempleLive, Fort Smith, postponed to Nov. 5

Saracen Casino Annex-Pine Bluff: Closed temporarily

Scarlet Chess Club Tournament: March 14, Arkansas State University, postponed

Sherwood city playgrounds and outdoor basketball courts are closed until further notice; all indoor facilities are closed to the public under a March 19 mayoral directive. Trails and open spaces remain open.

Shorter College: no in-person instruction, alternative delivery methods only until March 30

Simmons Bank Arena, offices and box office closed until further notice

Sir Mix-A-Lot, March 27, TempleLive, Fort Smith, canceled

South Arkansas Community College: extended spring break through March 27

Southeast Arkansas Community College: campus remains closed, delaying the start of the second 8-week spring semester until March 30

Southern Arkansas University, Magnolia: Students who do not visit areas of outbreak during spring break will return to classes March 30. Any faculty, staff or student who travels internationally, via public transportation, or to or through domestic areas of significant outbreak will be required to remain off campus until April 13.

Southern Arkansas University Tech, Camden: Spring break will be extended through March 27, except for aviation maintenance and cosmetology programs; students will return to classes March 30; students who left town to go home will have to undergo a health screening before returning

Southern Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program: March 19

Southland Casino Racing: Closed until further notice

Southwest Community Center: Closed through March 30

St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Little Rock: All services are suspended through March

St. Patrick's Day Block Party: March 14, Dugan's Pub

St. Patrick’s Day Parade: March 14, downtown Little Rock

St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church Religious Education: All religious education classes canceled until further notice

Stephens Community Center: Closed through March 30

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure at Arkansas State University: April 25, postponed

Tech N9ne, April 34, TempleLive, Fort Smith, postponed TBA

Thea Foundation's AMRtists Drawing Exhibition: March 20

Thea Foundation's April Art Department exhibition

Thea Foundation's Vesta's Pop-Up Shop: March 17

TheatreSquared in Fayetteville has rescheduled performances of Ann, March 13 onward, to Aug. 19-Sept. 27; My Father’s War by Robert Ford, will now open June 17. Matilda: The Musical opens June 3. The Arkansas New Play Festival moves from early April to summer.

TobyMac, Hits Deep Tour: March 13: postponed until Aug. 14

Travis Tritt concert at Little Rock’s Robinson Center: Rescheduled for June 3

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge: Closed to the general public until further notice

Twice as Fine Texarkana Wine Festival: May 2, postponed to Oct. 10

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Little Rock field office: Closed until further notice

U.S. Senator John Boozman cancels mobile office events set for March 19 in Jonesboro and Huntsville, March 26 in Malvern

UAMS Head Start/Early Head Start in Pulaski County: Closed until March 30

UAMS Public Talk on Plant-Based Diet by Dr. Michael Klaper, April 1, canceled

United States Marshals Museum in Fort Smith: Offices closed temporarily. March 24-26 Spring Break Day Camps canceled, and refunds issued. April 6 Talks on Tap Lecture Series rescheduled for June 1.

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville: Classes suspended, remote instruction beginning March 16 and continuing through spring semester

University of Arkansas at Little Rock: Classes move online through the spring semester, on-campus events canceled through April 30

University of Arkansas at Monticello: Classes move online through the spring semester

University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville: began remote coursework March 17

University of Arkansas Community College at Hope-Texarkana: extended spring break through March 27, except for courses that were already online-only

University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton: begins online-only instruction week of March 16

University of Arkansas Community College Rich Mountain: all courses moved online-only March 16 until March 30

University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service retirees meeting: March 20

University of Arkansas – Pulaski Technical College: Face-to-face classes canceled, online and hybrid classes held online through March 30

University of Arkansas Rice Processing Program of the UA System’s Division of Agriculture's annual Industry Alliance meeting: May 12-14

University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture artificial insemination workshops: March 19-20, March 25-26

University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture beef and forage meetings: March 16, 19, postponed

University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture Doing Business with the General Services Administration workshops: March 17-19, postponed

University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture Produce Safety Grower training: March 17

University of Central Arkansas: Classes canceled March 13, 16; classes held online beginning March 17 through end of semester; standardized tests (SAT, March 14; GRE and ACT, April 4) canceled; all spring semester shows at Griffin Planetarium canceled; The Big Event, March 14, canceled

Valley of the Vapors festival: March 19-23 in Hot Springs, includes related events

Walton Arts Center: All performances and events suspended through May 9

Watson Chapel School District: Closed until March 30

West Central Community Center: Closed through March 30

White County annual Master Gardener plant sale: April 18

White Hall School District: Closed until March 30

Wildwood Park for the Arts grounds will remain open.The park is rescheduling performances of Godspell, March 27-April 5, to 7:30 p.m. May 29-30 and 3 p.m. May 31. Indoor activities and programs in the Cabe Festival Theatre are postponed until further notice

Winthrop Rockefeller Institute: Closed March 16-29

Wolfe Street Center, 10th and Louisiana location: all meetings suspended until further notice. Staff will be available 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday

Women’s Business Leadership Conference at Arkansas State University: April 2, postponed

Women’s Foundation of Arkansas’ Girls of Promise conference: April 2-3, postponed

World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade: March 17 in Hot Springs, postponed

Yamato Drummers of Japan: March 18, Reynolds Performance Hall

Youth Home Eggshibition, April 3, postponed

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