COVID-19 cancellations and postponements in Nakusp and area

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Here is a list of closures, cancellations and postponements in Nakusp and area. If you have a change to report for your organization, please email reporter@rosslandnews.com. We will endeavour to keep this page updated over the coming days.

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PUBLIC AMENITIES

NAKUSP: Village offices are closed until further notice.

NAKUSP: Hot Springs and Community Arena are closed until further notice.

BURTON: The Burton Community Learning Center will be closed until further notice.

NAKUSP: Selkirk College has suspended all in-class instruction until alternate methods can be implemented

NAKUSP: Public Library, Museum, Archives closed.

NAKUSP: Work BC Centre now servicing clients virtually. No use of client computers. Counselors communicating via telephone and email.

NAKUSP: Youth Centre cancelled all March programming.

ENTERTAINMENT

EDGEWOOD- The Rock and Roll Spring Fling on April 4 has been cancelled.

NAKUSP- Summit Lake Ski Hill Spring Carnival is cancelled. However, the hill will open from 12-3:30 p.m., using social-distancing practices.

EDGEWOOD- FireValley Studio and Gifts are postponing all classes until further notice.

NAKUSP : Comedy Tour show for March 20, postponed.

BUSINESS

NAKUSP: Broadway Deli closed temporarily.

NAKUSP: Arrow Lakes Registered Massage Therapy, closed until further notice.

GENERAL

NAKUSP: The Old Firehall Collective will be closed to all scheduled activities for March. EXCEPT: Saturday, March 21. farm produce, meats, and eggs available.

NAKUSP: Saddle Mountain Medical to do some appointments by phone

NAKUSP: Silverton Dental and Tanner Dobson’s Dental practice closed

EDGEWOOD- The Edgewood Royal Canadian Legion Br 203 will discontinue all large legion functions re: suppers, wing night, thrift shop and music night till further notice.

NAKUSP: Legion and all programming closed.

NAKUSP: Curling finished for the season.

NAKUSP: ActivAge classes, Tai Chi classes postponed, Yoga cancelled for this week.

NAKUSP: Bantam Falcons tournament on March 21 (at Kelowna) cancelled.

NAKUSP: Rotary Citizen of the Year dinner on March 21 postponed.

NAKUSP: Alliance Church Sunday service cancelled until further notice.

OTHER

Black Press has compiled a more general list of closed facilities and cancelled events.

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