LIST: Coronavirus-related closings in the Ozarks

Published: Mar. 14, 2020 at 1:13 PM CDT
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KY3 has compiled a list of closures, cancellations and delays involving schools, local organizations and community events due to concerns over COVID-19. If you would like to add to this list, respond to the pinned post on our Facebook page or send an email to


-The Missouri Department of Secondary Education released an interactive map of the closed school districts around the state. It also has a list of when schools are scheduled to reopen too. Click

for map.

-Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has ordered all school districts in the state to close for on-site instruction starting Tuesday through at least the next two weeks. Schools have the option to close Monday.

-College of the Ozarks: Spring break extended through March 27, online classes will begin the week of March 30

-Drury University: Classes only online

-Evangel University: Classes canceled as of March 13, 2020, spring break extended an extra week, update expected during break

-Missouri S&T: Classes to start exclusively online effective Monday, March 16

-Ozarks Technical College: Classes canceled until March 30, 2020

-Southwest Baptist University: Classes moved online for the remainder of the semester

-University of Missouri (System): All classes online for the rest of the semester

SENIOR CENTERS (Senior Age announces the following facilities are closed to the public)

-Alton Multipurpose Senior Center

-Ash Grove Sunshine Center

-Ava Senior Center

-Branson-Hollister Senior Center

-Branson Senior Center

-Engles Memorial Senior Center

-Cabool Senior Center

-Cabool Satelite Center

-Cassville Senior Center

-Central Crossing Senior Center

-Dade County Senior Center

-Eminence Senior Center

-Fair Grove Senior Center

-Fune & Friends Senior Center

-Heritage Harmony Home

-Houston Senior Center

-Kimberling Area Senior Center

-Marshfield Senior Center

-Monett Senior Center

-Mountain Grove Senior Center

-Mt. Vernon Senior Center

-Nixa Senior Center

-Northview Senior Center

-Ozark Senior Center

-Ozark County Senior Center

-Polk County Senior Center

-R. Claude Trieman Senior Center

-Republic Senior Friendship Center

-Rogersville Area Senior Center

-Senior Friendship Center

-Seymour Senior Center

-South Side Senior Center

-Strafford Senior Center

-Strafford Senior Center

-Summersville Senior Center

-The Area Agency on Aging, Region Ten

-West Plains Senior Center

-Willow Springs Senior Center


-American Legion Post 69 in Springfield Bingo closed until April 16.

-Battlefield Mall will close until March 31.

-Bear Roundup Weekend (March 27-28) moved to May 29-30.

-Bingo Emporium in Springfield, all bingo canceled until further notice.

-The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, at all locations. All meetings are cancelled until further notice.

-Camden County Republican Club postponed Lincoln Days Dinner and Auction in Lake Ozark (April 4).

-Calvary Bible Church (Nixa) canceled, all meetings through Sunday, April 5.

-Campbell United Methodist Church (March 14-27) suspended, all church activities and worship services.

-Corndog Kickoff at Ozark Empire Fairgrounds (March 21) moved to June 6.

-Dickerson Park Zoo is closed through at least April 1.

-Golden Harvest Church (March 15, 18): canceled Sunday and Wednesday Services.

-Fantastic Caverns has temporarily closed.

-Forsyth, Mo. Elks Lodge Bing postponed until April 1.

-Friends of the Springfield-Greene County Library's night w/ David Sedaris (May 1) at the Gillioz Theatre canceled.

-The Gillioz Theatre is stopping all productions until May 1.

-Hammons Hall postpones Paw Patrol Live.

-Hammons Hall's "The Play that Goes Wrong" is POSTPONED.

-Harbor Hop: Lake of the Ozarks (Spring) CANCELED

-Historic Jim Owen Theater in Branson, Mo. SUSPENDS shows until May 1.

-Jordan Valley Ice Park programs and open skate are canceled.

-JQH postpones Alan Jackson (March 27) concert until June 26.

-JQH postpones Chicago concert to November 19.

-Legends in Concert in Branson, Mo. shows suspended.

-Lucas Oil Speedway postpones season opener until tentatively May 9.

-The Marco's Cruise-In in Nixa canceled on March 21.

-Missouri Department of Conservation has closed nature centers, visitor centers and education centers around the state until April 15.

-The Moxie Cinema will be closed until April 2 until further notice.

-Neighbors and Friends of Table Rock Lake, meeting canceled April 13, 2020.

-New Testament Christian Church in Reeds Spring closed through Sunday March 29.

-Ozarks Regional YMCA CLOSED until March 31.

-Ozarks Genealogical Society, Wayne Groner program "Writing Your Memoirs": canceled on March 18.

-PRCA Pro Rodeo at Ozark Empire Fairgrounds (March 27-28) moved to May 29-30.

-Route 66 Car Museum is operating on limited hours.

-Schweitzer United Methodist Church canceled services for now.

-Skaggs Foundation in Branson postpones upcoming lunch & learn on April 9.

-Springfield-Greene County Park Facilities are closed through April 1.

-Springfield Public Libraries will be closed until March 31 until further notice.

-The Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce will be closed until April 3 until further notice. Staff is working from home.

-The Springfield Art Museum is currently closed until April 1 and will continue to monitor its status.

-The Springfield Ballet Company has canceled all classes, rehearsals and events until March 29.

-Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau offices are closed and staff is working from home.

-Springfield Discovery Center CLOSED to the public until April 6.

-Springfield Police Department Southside Location closed.

-Springfield-Greene County Library system closed through April 1.

-Springfield-Greene County Parks Department facilities through April 1; trails, parks remain open.

-Springfield Route 66 Visitor Center and the Airport Visitors Center is closed until further notice.

-Springfield Writer's Guild on March 28 is canceled.

-St. John's Episcopal Church suspends all services through March 31.

-St. Joseph's Catholic Church food pantry closed indefinitely.

-Sunset Church of Christ canceled Sunday March 18 service.

-West Plains Civic Center suspends all large events through at least March 31.

-Wilson Creek Visitor Center is closed but the tour road and battlefield remain open.

-Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium closed March 18 and will reopen sometime in April.


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