What’s Rescheduled or Cancelled in Kansas City?
As of now, any event or gathering of 1000+ people has been postponed or canceled, by request of our Mayor.
More and more KC events are canceled each day, so here’s a list of our partners that have canceled or postponed events & activities coming up.
If you know of anything else, drop it in the comments!
Cancelled or Postponed Events You May Not Know About:
The MCPL system will close all libraries through March 31st and has cancelled EVERY program, room reservations, event & activity through April 15th (at least, could be longer). If you have books that are due before then, they are extending due dates through April 15th.
Take advantage of their online resources, eBooks, eMagazines, eAudiobooks & streaming movies and music instead of coming into your local branch. Your library card is your MCPL Access Pass to use the online resources.
Even though movie theaters are closed, you can still watch some in-theater movies at home on-demand thanks to NBCUniversal.
Movies like Trolls World Tour will be available on demand on their original release date so families can still enjoy them at home.
The Overland Park show is rescheduled for April 30th to May 3rd & KCK Show for May 14th to May 17th.
If you already have tickets, you can get them transferred easily. Or, use the below to go for free…
The museum announced they will be closing to the public & have cancelled their upcoming events through at least April 3rd.
The museum will be closed until April 3rd, including all museum.
Their production of The Reminders has been cancelled until more information is available.
JCCC’s entire campus is closed until April 5th, with all events on-site being cancelled.
Close from Saturday, March 14th until Friday, April 3rd. Any events or activities will be rescheduled for a later date.
The American Theater Guild has postponed Fiddler on the Roof & Disney’s Aladdin theater performances at Kauffman Center. (Shows run through 26th)
There are not future dates planned yet, but they will notify as soon as arrangements are made in KC.
The current 2019-2020 hockey season has been suspended until further notice.
Science City, the Gengis Khan exhibit & the Planetarium will be closed through March 31st. See the image below for more information on what will be open.
You can also check out these helpful resources from KCYA.
Any farm tour booking already made will go ahead, but you cannot book any farm tours through April 1st. They will reevaluate the situation at that time to see if they will cancel anything further.
Both KC metro locations will be closed through April 1st.
Closed until March 28th, then they will reevaluate the situation.
Closed through March 31st.
Their Community School of the Arts will remain closed through April 3rd, with more updates coming the future on their Facebook page.
The Zoo will be closed from now through April 1st.
Nearly all events are currently postponed to be rescheduled. The holiday celebrations for St. Patrick’s Day are cancelled.
What’s Still Open?
Take precautions & standard sanitary measures when visiting any of these locations.
** While we are working to stay consistently updated, it is a good idea to check with these places before you head out!
Need last-minute childcare? Kids Park is there to support your family during this challenging time.
They are offering to-go pottery that you can do at home with your kiddos!
Each location has enhanced their cleaning procedures & continues to monitor the situation in case closure is needed.
They released a statement confirming their commitment to maintaining the cleanest, most sanitary kitchens possible. They ask if anyone in your group is feeling sick, to please stay home. They will help you coordinate rescheudling.
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