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List of closings and cancellations due to coronavirus

And updated procedures
Posted: 10:18 PM, Mar 12, 2020
Updated: 2020-03-31 17:01:26-04
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OMAHA, NE — Cancellations and event postponements are continuing to roll in due to coronavirus concerns. We're keeping track on the following list:

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June

College World Series - Canceled

5/28/20

Celtic Women, Orpheum Theater
(May 28, 2020) - postponed to June 1, 2021

5/14/20
Lauren Daigle at CHI Health Center- canceled

5/9/20
Upper Iowa University commencement ceremony- traditional commencement ceremony at UIU's Fayette, Iowa, Campus to a virtual-only event.The revised schedule of virtual ceremonies is as follows:
9 a.m. - Military Locations
11 a.m. - School of Business and Professional Studies
1 p.m. - School of Arts and Sciences
3 p.m. - Andres School of Education

Union Omaha Soccer - No game - Subject to change

5/8/20

University of Nebraska commencements - a combined commencement for both spring and summer 2020 graduates will occur at UNK Health and Sports Center on July 31.

5/3/20

Union Omaha Soccer - No game - Subject to change

4/31
Sale of nonresident spring turkey hunting permits suspended

Papillion parks- equipment, ballfields, courts and other equipment throughout its parks until further notice

4/29/20

Environthon- Canceled

4/26/20

Nebraska Brass - Canceled

4/25/20

Union Omaha Soccer - No game - Subject to change

2020 Leadership Africa Summit - Postponed

4/23/20
20th Annual Police Officer of the Year Luncheon- postponed.

Savion Glover at the Holland Center - Canceled

4/19/20
Humanitarian Brunch- canceled

Inclusive Community events in April- postponed

4/18/20

Union Omaha Soccer - No game - Subject to change

Dan+Shay concert at CHI Health Center - moved to August 23

4/17/20

Billie Eilish at CHI Health Center - Postponed

4/15/20

Disney's The Lion King, Orpheum Theater
(April 15-May 10, 2020) - canceled

4/14/20

Violence, Justice & Reform Summit - Omaha North High School - canceled

Do space and MCC - Make Omaha event postponed

National Geographic Live - Designed by Nature with bioengineer and research diver Kakani Katija at the Holland Center - Canceled

4/10/20
Omaha Beer Week- rescheduled to June 12-21

4/9/20

Union Omaha Soccer - No game - Subject to change

ARTEMIS, Holland Center
(April 9, 2020) - canceled

4/7/20

Alice Cooper, Orpheum Theater
(April 7, 2020) -postponed, new date to come

4/5/20

19th Annual Eatser Egg Hunt at Upland and Miguel Kieith Park- Canceled.
Nebraska Brass - Canceled

4/4/20

Siouxland Garden Show - Canceled

Nebraska Brass - Canceled

4/3/20

Siouxland Garden Show - Canceled

Union Omaha Soccer - No game - Subject to change

4/2/20

Jeff Dunham at the CHI Health Center - moved to July 31

4/1/20

Job Fair at at the Comfort Inn & Suites at 7007 Grover Street in Omaha - Simply drive-thru the designated area in the parking lot at the Comfort Inn & Suites at 70th & Grover and you will receive a bag full of job opportunities. 1 - 4 p.m.

3/31/20

Prairie Flower Casino - The temporary closure will continue through at least April 7, 2020. However, Ponca Tribe of Nebraska leaders have authorized an automatic extension of the voluntary closure until public health concerns surrounding COVID-19 are abated.

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Resources has issued Directed Health Measure Orders for Madison County on March 29, 2020. The City of Norfolk Parks and Recreation Division will follow those orders and encourages all citizens to follow these orders.
The City’s athletic facilities are closed to organized practices and games and the bathrooms associated with these facilities will remain closed until further notice. Booked reservations for the rental cabins and open air shelters have been cancelled through April 30, 2020 and the City will not be taking any new reservations until further notice. As of March 31, 2020 the City is closing all the playgrounds in the parks and will have signage up by the end of the day.
For the time being we will keep some general use bathrooms in some parks open and implement extra cleaning and disinfecting procedures during this time.
We will continually assess the situation and follow the guidelines issued by the Elkhorn Logan Valley Health Department (ELVHD), The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and any directives issued by Nebraska Department of Health and Human Resources as to extending or lifting cancellations and any further closings within the City Parks if deemed necessary.
We feel our parks, open spaces and trails provide for an important connection to the outdoors and offers an opportunity for physical activity which studies demonstrate reduces stress and improves mental health. We ask that you follow the recommendations of the CDC and ELVHD with respect to the use of our parks and green spaces with respect to social distancing, gatherings and personal hygiene.

3/30/20

DMV- postponing the opening of a new, purpose built service center, located at 17077 Burt Street, until further notice due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in the Omaha metro area.

Benson First Friday: BFF will highlight local artists and feature the Benson community through virtual gallery tours, window displays and public art that can be enjoyed from at least a 6-foot distance from others, car window scavenger hunt for the kids, and digital art projections after dark.Everything can be enjoyed from the comfort of your home, in your car driving through the neighborhood, and/or from safe distances away

Douglas County Assessor/Register of Deeds Office - Closed for walk-in traffic. People are asked to send paperwork in by mail with appropriate fees to: Douglas County Assessor/Register of Deeds, 1819 Farnam St., Room H-09, Omaha, NE 68183

Capital Jazz Society: Monday Night Big Band - Canceled

City of Council Bluffs - In response to the threat of COVID-19, the City of Council Bluffs has suspended building and rental inspections for occupied structures beginning Monday, March 30. This suspension includes all rental inspections, and building inspections on additions and alterations to existing, occupied structures. Inspections for unoccupied, new construction is not affected. Regular inspection processes will resume when the threat of COVID-19 has subsided. In place of on-site inspections, the City will accept a written statement from the licensed general contractor. The written statement must include detailed documentation, including photos, demonstrating code compliance. A Temporary Certificate of Completion will be issued, and the City will perform final inspections when the threat of COVID-19 has subsided. After the final inspection, the City will issue a Certificate of Completion. Additionally, the licensed contractors (general, plumbing, mechanical, electrical) must provide signed Hold Harmless Agreements relieving the City from any liability for the work stated as code-compliant. New construction projects (industrial, commercial, multi-family dwellings, one and two-family dwellings, accessory structures) shall continue to follow the normal City inspection processes.

3/29/20

Nebraska Brass - Canceled

3/27/20

Union Omaha Soccer - No game - Subject to change

Mercy Me at CHI Health Center - Resscheduled for Sunday, October 4. Tickets will be honored at that time.

3/26/20

MCC Meet and Greet - Canceled

3/25/20

Jet Award Gala- Canceled, but will be televised at a later date

Nebraska Corn Board meeting - Canceled

Bryan Medical Center, CHI Health St. Elizabeth, CHI Health Nebraska Heart and Lincoln Surgical Hospital will postpone elective surgeries and procedures in response to COVID-19

3/24/20

Nebraska Furniture Mart - Showrooms to close starting on Friday, March 27 at 7 p.m.

Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum to Remain Closed Through April 30th

Omaha Performing Arts - Orpheum Theater and Holland Performing Arts Center closed

Kugler Vision- all non-emergency surgey canceled

Project Extra Mile April Coalition Meeting- cancled. May meeting still planned.

MCC Meet and Greet - Canceled

The Bike Rack - We will reschedule the "NE Women Ride Bikes" event originally scheduled for March 24th for a later date, upcoming group rides and events are on hold, and we are temporarily cancelling our Bike Maintenance Classes until this passes ...and it will pass!

3/23/20

Walnut Creek Campground- closed until further notice.

Capital Jazz Society - Monday Night Big Band

Sarpy County Census Kickoff Event - Canceled

3/22/20

Avery Presbyterian Church - Bellevue - Sunday services and activities canceled.

3/21/20

Nebraska Brass - Canceled

3/20/20

Goodwil- closed starting Sunday, March 22. Plans to reopen April 23.

Unity of Omaha- Live-streaming Sunday services via Facebook live and YouTube live Sunday mornings at 10:30 am. All other activities and classes are canceled.

Omingbird Aerial Gym- Open House postponed

Nebraska Medicine- Bryan Medical Center, CHI Health St. Elizabeth, CHI Health Nebraska Heart and Lincoln Surgical Hospital will postpone elective surgeries and procedures in response to COVID-19

University of Nebraska at Kearney - Advising students to move from campus residence halls. Students who need to stay in a residence hall will be allowed to do so and continue to have access to student academic and support services such as dining.

Covenant Presbyterian Church- All activities closed through April 30. Sunday service can be heard live on KCRO AM channel 660 at 11:00 am and 6:00 pm.

Nebraska Games and Parks- Closed public crane viewing blind at North River Wildlife Management Area north of Hershey. Closed a prairie-chicken viewing blind located south of North Platte.

NCAA March Madness games - Canceled

Union Omaha Soccer - No game - Subject to change

St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Papillion - For more than six years, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Papillion has been live-streaming its primary worship service every Sunday. The full service is available for free at 9:15 a.m. at facebook.com/stpaulspapillion.org and youtube.com/stpaulsumcpapillion. It is also archived at both sites for viewing later.

Opera Omaha ONE Festival - Canceled through April 5

Nebraska Games and Parks- All agency-sponsored events and programs are canceled through May 31,

3/19/20

Emerging Issues Forum- In light of the current health issues and precautions taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus), the Nebraska Ethanol Board (NEB) and Renewable Fuels Nebraska (RFN) have rescheduled the Ethanol: Emerging Issues Forum 2020 for July 15-16. The Forum will be held at the La Vista Conference Center in Greater Omaha if the threat of COVID-19 has subsided. A new registration link and details will be available soon at ethanol.nebraska.gov [ethanol.nebraska.gov].

All jury trials in Douglas County (both County Court and District Court) scheduled through May 1, 2020 have been postponed. All jurors summoned for dates between March 23, 2020 and May 1, 2020 will not need to report for jury service.

New Rising Star MBC - 6118 Ames closed until further notice

Douglas County Courthouse - All jury trials in Douglas County (both County Court and District Court) scheduled through May 1, 2020 have been postponed. All jurors summoned for dates between March 23, 2020 and May 1, 2020 will not need to report for jury service.

3/18/20

Blair Police Department Citizens Police Academy- Indefinitely postponed

St. Paul Lutheran Church in Arlington - No public service until further notice.

Ponca Tribe of Nebraska - Effective immediately, ALL Ponca Tribe of Nebraska office sites will no longer be accepting walk-in traffic. This includes the Service Delivery Area offices in Norfolk, Niobrara, Omaha, and Lincoln, Nebraska, and Sioux City, Iowa, and the offices of all other Ponca Tribal entities, including Northern Ponca Housing, Osni Ponca, and Prairie Flower Casino. Members and clients will still be able to visit the offices by appointment only, but are encouraged to call first to confirm their appointment. Additionally, the Fred LeRoy Health & Wellness Center, and Ponca Health Services medical clinics will remain open.

If you have a question, or need access, below are numbers to each office location:

Niobrara: 402-857-3391 Norfolk: 402-371-8834 Sioux City: 712-258-0500

Omaha: 402-734-5275 Ralston: 402-315-2760 Lincoln: 402-438-9222

NPHA: 402-379-8224 Osni: 402-434-2127 Prairie Flower: 888-946-6673

Sarpy County Courthouse - The Courts remain open and in session on the other side of the building. The public is not allowed into the building, but we are still working, so people can call or email each office.

This includes:

  • Sarpy County Treasurer’s Office
  • Sarpy County Clerk’s Office
  • Sarpy County Assessor’s Office
  • Sarpy County Planning & Building Department


United States Army Corps of Engineers - Due to health and safety precautions regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), all U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Omaha District Visitor Centers will be closed and all public group tours and events and have been cancelled until further notice.

Lincoln Federal Savings - Lincoln Federal Savings Bank announced on Tuesday that all branches that have drive-thrus will be closing their lobbies and offering services via drive-thru only, starting immediately. Lincoln Federal offices are prepared to serve all customers in any way through this method. They are able to process payments, deposits, open new accounts, etc. If your local branch does not offer drive-thru services, please call ahead to schedule an appointment.

If you do not need to meet with a banker, please use the drive-thru or feel free to leave your transaction in the night depository or simply send it in the mail.

For balance inquiries, transfers, and bill pay, give us a call or download our app and utilize our online banking services. The use of debit cards and mobile payments are easy ways to keep yourself protected - these payment methods reduce the spread of germs by requiring only you to touch them.

Customers who have specific needs that can only be addressed in person, are asked to call their preferred branch or banker to request an appointment.

Redeemer Lutheran Church, Hooper, NE - No Wednesday service.

Pottawattamie County Auditor's Office- closed to the public through 3/31 at which point we will reassess the situation. Staff will still be available to answer calls and e-mails. Any candidate looking to file for the 6/2 June Primary or for the 11/3 General Election must call our office at (712) 328-5700 or e-mail us at elections@pottcounty-ia.gov to schedule a time to file or to alert us that they are dropping off their papers. Absentee ballot requests and voter registration forms are available on our website to download.

Iowa Department of Natural Resources - canceling upcoming hunter education classes, field days, workshops, and advanced offerings through April 30. Anyone 15 and younger can participate in hunting activities if accompanied by an adult 18 and older who holds a valid hunting permit. Anyone 16 – 17 can purchase an apprentice hunting license to hunt alongside an adult 18 and older who holds a valid hunting permit. Anyone 18 and older can complete the required hunter’s safety course online.

3/17/20

CHI Quick Care locations (located inside Hy-Vee gocery stores- temporarily closed due to COVID-19 concerns. If you have fever/chills, cough, shortness of breath, other flu-like symptoms, please take our questionnaire: chihealth.com/en/patients-visitors/coronavirus-covid-19.html For walk-in medical care for symptoms other than fever/chills, cough, shortness of breath, visit CHI Health Priority Care: chihealth.com/en/services/priority-care.html

Harrah's and Horseshoe Council Bluffs Casinos - For the well-being of our team members and guests, Harrah’s and Horseshoe Council Bluffs will be temporarily closed effective 12 PM on March 17, 2020.

Today, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds issued an emergency order to close all Iowa casinos as a precautionary measure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While there have been no reported cases at Harrah’s or Horseshoe Council Bluffs to date, for the health and safety of our team members and guests, the casinos will close to the public. Today, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan issued an emergency order to close all Maryland casinos, racetracks and simulcast betting facilities to the public indefinitely, as a precautionary measure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While there have been no reported cases at Horseshoe Baltimore to date, the casino will close to the public beginning tonight. Horseshoe Baltimore will monitor the evolving situation and work with local officials on a reopening date and an announcement regarding reopening will be sent as soon as it is appropriate to do so. Thank you for your support in this matter.Today, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan issued an emergency order to close all Maryland casinos, racetracks and simulcast betting facilities to the public indefinitely, as a precautionary measure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While there have been no reported cases at Horseshoe Baltimore to date, the casino will close to the public beginning tonight. Horseshoe Baltimore will monitor the evolving situation and work with local officials on a reopening date and an announcement regarding reopening will be sent as soon as it is appropriate to do so. Thank you for your support in this matter.

Harrah’s and Horseshoe Council Bluffs is closely monitoring this evolving situation and will work with local officials to establish a reopening date as soon as it is appropriate to do so. We look forward to welcoming back team members and guests soon. Thank you for your support in this matter.

Harrah’s and Horseshoe Council Bluffs is closely monitoring this evolving situation and will work with local officials to establish a reopening date as soon as it is appropriate to do so. We look forward to welcoming back team members and guests soon. Thank you for your support in this matter.
St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church of Omaha - Closed until further notice.

St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church of Omaha - Closed until further notice.
Arlington - St. Paul's Lutheran Church - All services canceled through March 31.

Arlington - St. Paul's Lutheran Church - All services canceled through March 31.
Little Lambs Daycare at 44th and Dodge - Closed

Little Lambs Daycare at 44th and Dodge - Closed
Omaha City Council - Omaha's City Council will meet on the 3/17/20. The next scheduled meeting, at this time, will take place on 4/21/20.

Omaha City Council - Omaha's City Council will meet on the 3/17/20. The next scheduled meeting, at this time, will take place on 4/21/20.
Michael Londra and Celtic Fire at UNL - Reschuled to July 18 at 7:30 p.m.

Michael Londra and Celtic Fire at UNL - Reschuled to July 18 at 7:30 p.m.
City of Omaha Airport Authority Board meeting - Canceled

City of Omaha Airport Authority Board meeting - Canceled
City of Ralston - Ralston City Council meeting canceled.

City of Ralston - Ralston City Council meeting canceled.
Douglas County Treasurer's Office - Lobby areas will be closed until further notice.

Douglas County Treasurer's Office - Lobby areas will be closed until further notice.
Millard DMV Office - Douglas County Treasurer’s office will no longer be accepting walk-in traffic beginning March 18th, the State DMV office co-located with the County Treasurer at 5730 S 144th Street in Omaha will also follow suit. All drive test appointments for this location have been cancelled. Affected customers have been contacted directly about these cancellations. Impacted customers are asked to reschedule their drive test at one of the other Omaha/Bellevue area State DMV locations. Drive test appointments can be scheduled at dmv.nebraska.gov.

The Douglas County Treasurer says they are receiving a "very high volume" of phone calls due to their lobbies being closed and say four additional staff members have been added to help handle the situation. They have provided a number of mail-in options to handle payments which you can find in this document.

Omaha Community Playhouse

All remaining performances of ONCE have been canceled.

· All performances of BRIGHT STAR have been canceled.

· All performances of FOR PETER PAN ON HER 70TH BIRTHDAY have been canceled.

· The OCP GALA: BOURBON AND BLUEGRASS, originally scheduled for March 27, has been canceled.

· THE WEISENHEIMERS special event, originally scheduled for April 18, has been canceled.

· The Alt. Programming special event BROADWAY KARAOKE, originally scheduled for May 4, has been canceled.

· The Alt. Programming special event BROADWAY KARAOKE, originally scheduled for May 4, has been canceled.
Omaha Public Power District and Metropolitan Utilities District - Closing their joint customer service office at Energy Plaza, 444 South 16th Street (Omaha), starting tomorrow (Tuesday, March 17). The closing will be in effect until further notice. This was a difficult decision, but one that was made with the health and well-being of our customers and our employees in mind amid coronavirus (COVID-19) in our communities.

Omaha Public Power District and Metropolitan Utilities District - Closing their joint customer service office at Energy Plaza, 444 South 16th Street (Omaha), starting tomorrow (Tuesday, March 17). The closing will be in effect until further notice. This was a difficult decision, but one that was made with the health and well-being of our customers and our employees in mind amid coronavirus (COVID-19) in our communities.
3/16/20

Archdiocese

The Drover - Closed until further notice.

Council Bluffs Public Library - Closed until further notice.

Methodist Hospitals

  • No visitors under the age of 18 (beginning March 16).
  • Visitors to maternity floors are restricted to one designated healthcare partner per patient (beginning March 16).
  • Additional staffing is at main entrances of all hospitals, as well as Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center, West Dodge Medical Plaza and HealthWest to screen all patients and visitors as they enter our facilities (beginning March 16).
  • Neon stickers will be used to identify patients and visitors who pass the Methodist Health System COVID-19 screening at the main entrances. The sticker is to be worn while they are in the facility (beginning March 16).
  • Visitors are limited to one or two symptom free individuals per patient (implemented March 8).
  • No visitors are allowed at Dunklau Gardens in Fremont (implemented March 9).
  • Visitors to the Methodist Women’s Hospital NICU are restricted to the parents or parent and designated other (implemented March 8).
  • Fremont YMCA

Fremont YMCA

  • All classes have been canceled, including group fitness classes, swim team, gymnastics, tennis and swim lessons. Youth sports will be suspended until further notice. All activities at the Sidner Ice Arena will be suspended until further notice. The Alex Lamme Fun Run and Daddy-Daughter Prom have been postponed.
  • Childcare and Fun Days will still be provided (if youth are sick, they must remain at home). Kidz Zone child watch will be suspended until further notice.
  • The Y is only open to YMCA members. No day passes will be sold and no guest passes will be accepted. The Sidner Ice Arena and Dillon Family Aquatics Center doors will be locked. The pool will be open, however, members must enter through the YMCA main doors or Wellness Center entrance.
  • City of Fremont Services

City of Fremont Services

  • The Keene Memorial Library is closed until further notice.
  • Capital Jazz Society: Patrick Brown Quartet - Canceled

Immigrant Legal Center - Closed until further notice.

Latino center of the Midlands - Closed until further notice.

Omaha Mayor Stothert's town hall meeting is canceled.

Kids Can Community Center is closed for the week of March 16.

Fontenelle Forest - Closed from 3-16 - 3-31

Nebraska Medicine - Because of the risk posed by COVID-19 to our patients, staff and our community, Nebraska Medicine is changing its hospital visitation policy beginning Monday, March 16. Those coming to visit patients at Nebraska Medical Center and Bellevue Medical Center must meet the following criteria:

Nebraska Medicine - Because of the risk posed by COVID-19 to our patients, staff and our community, Nebraska Medicine is changing its hospital visitation policy beginning Monday, March 16. Those coming to visit patients at Nebraska Medical Center and Bellevue Medical Center must meet the following criteria:

  • No visitors with symptoms of illness are allowed
  • Two visitors per patient will be allowed
  • Visitors younger than 14 years old will not be allowed to visit
  • Lauritzen Gardens - Closed until at least Tuesday, March 31.

Open Door Mission - For now the Open Door Mission will NOT be allowing outside events, classes, individuals or groups to volunteer until further notice. Professional volunteers will continue to serve in the Free Health and Healing Clinic.

CHI Health

Starting Monday morning, you will see changes at CHI Health hospitals across Nebraska and southwest Iowa.

CHI Health will now restrict visitor access, limit some entry points and screen all visitors at its 15 hospitals.

“We are not trying to scare anyone, we are trying to control the spread of COVID-19 and this is a vital step in doing that,” said CHI Health CEO Cliff Robertson, MD. “We all need to work together in this. This is a good way everyone can help.”

Visitor restrictions

Visitor restrictions

  • Visitors are limited to two adults per patient.
  • All visitors will be screened for risk of COVID-19 before entering the hospital
  • Visitors to pediatric and NICU patients must be parents or legal guardians

Visitors who are screened and are considered high risk for COVID-19 will be referred to appropriate follow up care.
Please do not visit if:

· You have fever, cough, shortness of breath and/or flu-like symptoms (symptoms of respiratory infection).

For all visitors, please follow these important recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19:

· Use good hand hygiene, either washing hands for 20 seconds with soap and water or using hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.

· Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.

· Cover your coughs and sneezes by coughing and sneezing into your elbow.

· Avoid close contact with those who are sick.

To accommodate visitor screenings, some entrances will be closed. These are the CHI Health hospitals with restrictions in place:

· CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center – Bergan Mercy

· CHI Health Creighton University – University Campus

· CHI Health Good Samaritan

· CHI Health Immanuel

· CHI Health Lakeside

· CHI Health Mercy Corning

· CHI Health Mercy Council Bluffs

· CHI Health Midlands

· CHI Health Missouri Valley

· CHI Health Nebraska Heart

· CHI Health Plainview

· CHI Health Schuyler

· CHI Health St. Elizabeth

· CHI Health St. Francis

· CHI Health St. Mary’s

· CHI Health St. Mary’s

Omaha - The City of Omaha has 12 public libraries and 13 community centers. Also closed effective March 16: Hanscom Park Tennis Center, Hummel Nature Center, Koch Family Tennis Center, Motto McLean Ice Arena, and Harry Koch Trap and Skeet Range. Indoor pools at the community centers will also be closed.

All Community Center and Omaha Public Library programs operated by the City of Omaha and private contractors will be suspended, including the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging senior meals programs at Florence, Camelot, Adams and Montclair. Participants in this program should contact Meals on Wheels about home meal deliveries. Meeting room reservations at libraries will also be suspended.

All libraries and community centers will be deep-cleaned this week.

At this time, there is no change in the summer camp schedules at Hummel, Hanscom, Zorinsky and Adams. Hummel, Hanscom and Zorinsky camps begin the week of June 1. The Adams Park camp begins the week of July 6.

At this time, there is no change in the summer camp schedules at Hummel, Hanscom, Zorinsky and Adams. Hummel, Hanscom and Zorinsky camps begin the week of June 1. The Adams Park camp begins the week of July 6.
Flagship Commons - First and foremost, the safety and health of our staff, guests and community is our number 1 priority. We feel that in the best interest of our communities and in making the effort to do our part we have decided to close all of our stores across the nation effective March 16th. We will reopen only when we feel it is safe to do so.

3/15/20

Bob Weir and Wolf Bros at the Orpheum - Rescheduled for 10/14/20

Federated Church of Columbus - No 10 a.m. Sunday service.

Lourdes of Hosts Church in Omaha - No Sunday service, online only.

Westside Church - No Sunday service for all locations, online only.

Christ Community Church - No Sunday service, online only.

Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church - No Sunday school or service. Red Cross Blood Drive still scheduled with extra precautions from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Redeemer Lutheran Church, Hooper, NE - No Sunday service.

Bellevue Church of Christ - Only 10:15 a.m. service.

Bellevue Christian Center - Worship services canceled, live-streaming service at 9 a.m.

Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church (both locations) - No Sunday service.

Good News Church, Omaha - No Sunday service, online only.

Fellowship Church, Oakland IA - No Sunday service, or lunch afterwards.

Harvest Church Omaha - No Sunday service.

Covenant Presbyterian Church closed 3/15 through 3/20.

Wildewood Christian Church - Sunday services canceled.

Avery Presbyterian Church - Bellevue - Sunday services and activities canceled.

Coram Deo Church - Omaha - No Sunday service.

Douglas County Dept. of Corrections - On site visitation suspended until further notice.

Sarpy County passport application services - suspended until further notice.

Henry Doorly Zoo - Closed through end of April

Lauritzen Gardens - Closed through end of March.

3/14/20

The Lumineers at CHI Health Center - Moved to September 22.

Empowerment Network: Violence, Justice & Reform Summit - Postponed

KANEKO - All events, public and private, will be postponed and rescheduled at some point yet to be determined.

Arts for All - Canceled through the 20th.

St. Peter Catholic - Catechism canceled through March 21

Omaha Children's Museum - Closed to the public beginning Saturday, March 14. The museum plans to re-open on April 30, assuming community spread of the virus has not dramatically increased within Omaha by that time.

Omaha Performing Arts: Holland Center and the Orpheum Theater - All performances suspended at the Orpheum Theater and Holland Performing Arts Center beginning tomorrow, March 14, 2020 through March 31, 2020.

Archdiocese of Omaha - After hearing from the Governor Pete Ricketts, Archbishop Lucas has granted a dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass for Catholics in the Archdiocese of Omaha and the Diocese of Lincoln. Those who choose to act on the dispensation are encouraged to attend a weekday Mass when crowds are smaller, but they are not obliged to do so.

First United Methodist Church, Omaha - Closed through March 22.

Tri-Faith Initiative - All spring programs, meetings, classes, tours, and speaking engagements to an online platform until further notice.

3/13/20

3/13/20

Papillion Landing Community Recreation Center & Field House Until further notice: • The 55+ Club will be closed. • Child Watch services will be closed. • The Community Gym will be closed. • The Interactive Lab and Digital Library will be closed. • No daily rate drop-ins will be accepted to the Community Recreation Center or Field House, and the free walking club at the Field House will be suspended. • All Papillion Landing and Recreation Department classes and group activities will be suspended. • New rentals and reservations will be suspended for the next 30 days. Currently scheduled meetings and practices may continue as determined by the organizing group. • The facility will remain open to members, and the public is welcome in the atrium and coffee shop.

Papillion Landing Community Recreation Center & Field House Until further notice: • The 55+ Club will be closed. • Child Watch services will be closed. • The Community Gym will be closed. • The Interactive Lab and Digital Library will be closed. • No daily rate drop-ins will be accepted to the Community Recreation Center or Field House, and the free walking club at the Field House will be suspended. • All Papillion Landing and Recreation Department classes and group activities will be suspended. • New rentals and reservations will be suspended for the next 30 days. Currently scheduled meetings and practices may continue as determined by the organizing group. • The facility will remain open to members, and the public is welcome in the atrium and coffee shop.

Sump Memorial Library • Library programs and activities are suspended until further notice. • The Library’s meeting rooms will be closed and not available for meetings by community groups. • The Library will continue to be open to the public and materials will be available to check out.

Film Streams - Ruth Sokolof and Dundee Theater closed for at least two weeks.

Ralston Senior Center - Closed March 13-22

3/12/20

Storm Chasers, Werner Park Activities Suspended Indefinitely

Blake Shelton at CHI Health Center - Reschedule date has yet to be determined

Opera Omaha - Opera Omaha is honored to serve this community, which includes our audience, artists, staff and collaborators. We strive to be a leader in our community and in our field, even when it means making difficult decisions.

As we have been monitoring the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic, relying on information from local authorities as well as our partners and colleagues, we have decided that the most responsible way to honor our commitment to our community is to postpone our upcoming events and ONE Festival offerings including the productions of St. John the Baptist in the MidCo Glass Building and The Capulets and the Montagues in the Orpheum Theater.

We are exploring options to bring our ONE Festival projects to fruition at a later date, and Opera Omaha will fulfill its contractual commitments to its artists and crew.
Patrons who have purchased tickets for any of our ONE Festival performances can contact our Box Office at 402-346-7372 x2 between the hours of 9am-5pm Monday-Friday to discuss options. Subscription sales will continue for our 2020-2021 Season.
We are exploring options to bring our ONE Festival projects to fruition at a later date, and Opera Omaha will fulfill its contractual commitments to its artists and crew.
Patrons who have purchased tickets for any of our ONE Festival performances can contact our Box Office at 402-346-7372 x2 between the hours of 9am-5pm Monday-Friday to discuss options. Subscription sales will continue for our 2020-2021 Season.