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The following events have been canceled:

  • Possum Point Players will postpone several performances. “Godspell” will be rescheduled again to Sept. 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 and 20. All other shows are moved to the 2021 season. All youth programs and shows are cancelled this summer. Contact the theatre for ticket details.
  • Brown Box Theatre has canceled its spring show, "Mox Nox," which was scheduled to premiere across Delmarva and Massachusetts in May and June 2020. The show will return in 2021.
  • River Soccer Club has canceled its 2020 Youth Spring Soccer season.
  • Little League International has canceled all 2020 Little League World Series, including Senior League Softball tournament held each August in Roxana.
  • The Rehoboth Summer Children’s Theatre has canceled all public performances for its 2020 season. Instead, theater and film camps will be conducted online.
  • The Parish of Saint Ann Bazaar has canceled the 2020 Annual Bazaar, originally scheduled for July 30, 31 and Aug. 1 in Bethany Beach.
  • The Town of Bethany Beach has canceled all special events in the town through July 15, including the Fourth of July Parade and fireworks.
  • The DFRC Blue-Gold All*Star Football Game has been canceled for June 19. The Blue-Gold Sussex Auction has been rescheduled from March 28 to Sept. 25. The Blue-Gold Southern Delaware Golf Classic has been rescheduled from July 17 to Aug. 28. The Blue-Gold New Castle County Golf Classic will be rescheduled from June 8 to a date TBD. The Blue-Gold Run/Walk has been canceled for June 6. For more information, contact Delaware Foundation Reaching Citizens (DFRC) at (302) 454-2730, email info@dfrc.org or visit www.dfrc.org.
  • Delaware Special Olympics will be cancelling its 2020 Summer Games, scheduled for June 12-13 at University of Delaware.
  • The Beach and Bay cottage Tour has been canceled this spring by Friends of South Coastal Library.
  • Springfest 2020 has been canceled in Ocean City, Md.
  • The Delaware State Police Academy has cancelled the 49th Annual Trooper Youth Week, which was scheduled to run from June 22 to 26. They look forward to seeing everyone in 2021.
  • Delaware Seaside Railroad Club's March 31 movie fundraiser at The Clayton Theatre has been postponed to a later date, possibly in May.
  • Frankford’s Annual Egg Scramble is canceled. Organizers look forward to the Summer Kick-off Reading Party and Movies in the Park on June 12.
  • Firefly Music Festival is canceled in June. Ticket holders can request a refund or transfer their ticket to the 2021 festival. Details at https://fireflyfestival.com.
  • St. George’s United Methodist Church will suspend worship services, ministries and meetings for the rest of the month of March.
  • Dance Alley has canceled all classes until further notice, including recital pictures.
  • The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce has canceled all April activities and the March 28 Easter Egg Hunt.
  • The Delaware legislative session, which was set to resume March 17, is postponed until further notice.
  • The Saint Joseph Festival on March 28, hosted by Ocean City (Md.) Sons and Daughters of Italy.
  • The IRHS Alumni annual Beef & Brew was rescheduled from April 4 to Aug. 1. Updates will be posted at www.IRHSalumni.com and the Facebook page.
  • Fresh Grounded Faith: Georgetown event has been rescheduled from March 27 and 28 to to Friday and Saturday, Oct. 30-31. Tickets or wristbands will still be valid on the corresponding day. Anyone who cannot attend should contact C&JTrois@gmail.com or (484) 987-5044.
  • The 2020 Ocean City (Md.) St. Patrick's Day Parade.
  • The DIAA Basketball Championship games have been canceled. Each Unified finalist will be named a co-champion. The remaining four schools in both the girls' and boys' championships each will receive a Final Four trophy, and no champion will be declared. Those who already purchased pre-sale tickets through a school should contact the school for a refund.
  • All public programs and events operated through the Wicomico Recreation, Parks, Tourism and Civic Center department will be suspended through Sunday, March 29.
  • Sussex County Habitat for Humanity construction sites are closed to volunteers through April 15. The ReStore in Lewes is closed from March 20 to April 3. The Habitat office is closed through April 3, and all meetings and events will be rescheduled.
  • The Rehoboth Concert Band Spring Benefit Concert scheduled for March 15 has been postponed. Patrons can log onto the band website at www.rehobothconcertband.org to get updates re: a make-up date.
  • The second showing of the Garden Bros Circus, the Indoor Community Yard Sale and the Wicomico County Suitcase Party at the Wicomico Civic Center in Salisbury, Md., have been canceled. Ticket holders for the Garden Bros Circus should direct refund requests to their original point of purchase. More information on that show can be found at www.gardenbroscircus.com. Refund information for the Indoor Community Yard Sale and the Suitcase Party will be forthcoming. Additional updates will be posted at www.WicomicoCivicCenter.org, and shared on the venue’s social media outlets.
  • The 7th Annual Delaware Tech STEM Expo, which was scheduled for all DelTech campuses on March 18-19, has been canceled. All community events on DelTech campuses have been canceled through at least March 31.
  • Clear Space Theatre has canceled all remaining performances of "Kiss Me Kate." They are asking those who purchased tickets to consider the purchase as a donation to the non-profit group.
  • The Sussex County Advisory Committee on Aging & Adults with Physical Disabilities meeting set for March 16 has been canceled.
  • The Biggs Museum of American Art has temporarily closed its galleries and canceled all public and private events, until further notice.
  • The Rehoboth Art League has canceled the opening reception for its Young at Art Exhibition scheduled March 14.
  • DNREC is canceling is postponing events in the next two weeks expected to have more than 100 attendees, including volunteer cleanups, meetings, conferences and the annual dune-grass planting on March 21. Additional events and programs, regardless of attendance numbers, may also be postponed. Details about whether individual events will be posted to the online events calendar, parks program calendar and social media pages.
  • Sussex Technical High School is canceling all out-of-state, District-sponsored travel, including field trips, athletic trips and staff development, through April 19. This includes both overnight and day trips. The exception is the upcoming Raven Nation Marching Band trip, which is student-funded. District leadership is reviewing all outside uses of the campus through April 19.
  • The Indian River School District is implementing changes through April 20. All events open to the public are postponed until further notice (including concerts, plays, dances, PTA-sponsored events, curriculum nights, volunteer programs and more. All guest visitors (in-class presentations, assemblies, etc.) are postponed until further notice. All student field trips, conferences and competitions are canceled, regardless of location. All off-site professional development, regardless of location, is postponed. Parent-teacher conferences will be conducted by phone.
  • Long Neck United Methodist Church has canceled the March 15 gospel concert with Mercy’s Well.
  • Atlantic General Hospital has announced that it will be canceling all community events scheduled for the month of March. For more information and updates on future events, visit www.agh.care/calendar.
  • Community Lutheran Church has canceled services on Sunday, March 15, with plans to resume services on March 22 but not serve communion and encouraging everyone to share the peace without touching.
  • Community Lutheran Church has canceled its remaining Wednesday Soup & Service Evenings.
  • The Episcopal Diocese on the Eastern Shore has canceled service for three weeks.
  • Grace of God Lutheran in Millsboro has canceled services until Palm Sunday, as they meet in the CHEER center, which is closed.
  • St. Peters Lutheran in Ocean City, Md., has canceled this Sunday’s service and all other activities.
  • The Town of Bethany Beach has canceled all public meetings for the near future, with the exception of the meeting scheduled on March 16, at 10 a.m. to hear public comment regarding the 2021-fiscal-year budget. In addition, a special meeting will be convened immediately after that meeting for the town council to review, consider and vote on the budget. All other Town-related meetings are canceled until further notice. Town Hall will remain open at this time.
  • All Town of Bethany Beach special events, including a planned March 25 cultural evening, are also canceled at this time, until future notice.
  • VFW Post 7234 has canceled its St. Patrick's Day Dinner, scheduled for March 14.
  • Lower Sussex Little League activities have been cancelled until March 27. Junior and Senior League Baseball selections will be scheduled as soon as they are back on the field.
  • The Delaware Botanic Gardens has canceled its March 17 season-opening preview and delayed opening of the gardens for the 2020 season to April 18. All events and classes scheduled at the garden until then have also been canceled.
  • The Shore Democrats lunch on March 18 at Bear Trap has been canceled.
  • The Sussex County Genealogical Society general meeting scheduled for Saturday, March 28, at the Lewes Public Library has been canceled. Future events are undetermined.
  • The Green Eggs & Ham Breakfast at the American Legion on March 21 has been canceled.
  • The State of Delaware Government Efficiency & Accountability Review (GEAR) public meetings planned in each county over the coming weeks will be postponed until further notice. The town halls were originally scheduled for March 19, 24 and 30.
  • The Historic Lewes Farmers Market (HLFM) has announced it will reschedule its Farmraiser fundraising event that was originally scheduled for March 28 to a date in late summer to fall. Ticket holders will receive a refund and HLFM will sell tickets for the new date.
  • The Bethany-Fenwick Chamber of Commerce Connect for Coffee event set for March 17 has been canceled.
  • The April 4 open house and ribbon-cutting at Beebe Healthcare's new South Coastal Campus has been canceled.
  • A public forum with internet provider Mediacom set for April 4 has been postponed.
  • Bunny Palooza, set for April 11, has been canceled.
  • All Town of South Bethany public meetings have been canceled.
  • The Dagsboro Town Council has voted to cancel their April meeting.
  • The Children's Easter Party at VFW Post 7234 in Ocean View on April 5 has been canceled.
  • The Friends of Cape Henlopen State Park's annual Wine, Cheese & Beer Tasting, scheduled for April 18, has been canceled. No decision has been made yet about rescheduling this event.
  • All indoor activities and events at Mariner's Bethel United Methodist Church have been canceled through at least March 29.
  • Atlantic General Hospital has announced that it will be canceling the Prostate Cancer Screening event scheduled for April 22, and the Walk with a Doc event scheduled for April 18. The Hope in Bloom breast health event scheduled for April 23 has been postponed to September. All other AGH community events scheduled for the months of March and April are also canceled.
  • For more information and updates on future events, please visit www.agh.care/calendar.

The following have been closed or have restricted access:

  • Starting March 30 at dusk, Wicomico County, Md., will close all parks until further notice, including trails, playgrounds, pavilions, day use areas, athletic courts, marinas, boat ramps and beaches.
  • All Boys & Girls Clubs in Delaware will close for two weeks, beginning Monday, March 23. Anyone with questions can email info@bgclubs.org.
  • Delaware Office of Highway Safety’s Child Passenger Fitting Stations, located in all three Delaware’s counties, have been closed until further notice. The program will continue to be a resource for caregivers via phone and email.
  • All Maryland public schools will be closed from March 16 April 24. This is an extension of the original two-week closure.
  • The Town of Ocean City is closing public access to city hall, the OC Convention Center and Northside Park’s Recreation Complex. Town employees will continue to work to provide services over the phone, email and online. OC City Council also urged visitors not to travel to Ocean City at this time and to practice safe social distancing and avoid crowds at all costs.
  • Beebe Healthcare facilities are closed to all visitors younger than 17 and anyone other than two pre-registered visitors per patient. Visitors will be screened for illness before they are permitted in Beebe facilities.
  • Peninsula Regional Health Systems has restricted hours and numbers for visitors at its medical center in Salisbury, Md., as well as Nanticoke Memorial Hospital and the McReady health pavilion.
  • Legislative Hall in Dover has been closed to visitors.
  • Mariner's Bethel United Methodist Church is completely closed and all services canceled until at least Saturday, March 28. They will make an announcement on March 25 about Holy Week, Easter and beyond. They will host a worship on Facebook Like on March 22 at 9:30 a.m., with video posted later at www.marinersbethel.org.
  • Delaware Technical Community College is extending spring break through March 22. Classes are scheduled to resume on March 23, but in a distance learning format. Faculty will teach classes remotely for the remainder of the spring semester. Campuses will remain open to provide support services to students, unless required to close.
  • Salisbury University has closed all buildings to the public, effective immediately. Students, faculty and staff should anticipate online instruction through the remainder of the spring semester, SU officials warned. All activities on campus are canceled until further notice, including those scheduled by outside parties through Facilities Reservations. Spring athletics are suspended until further notice. The university will provide additional guidance for courses that cannot be completed online, instructional delivery for faculty, teleworking for staff and resources for students.
  • Note: SU officials clarified on the morning of March 13 that the SU campus is not closed. While State buildings are closed to the outside public at this time, SU will remain open to continue to deliver instruction to students, they said.
  • The University of Delaware is transitioning to online learning until further notice. In order to prepare for the move, classes were suspended for two days — Thursday, March 12, and Friday, March 13. Spring Break will be moved up in the calendar and now begin on Saturday, March 14.
  • Delaware Technical Community College is extending spring break through March 22. Classes are scheduled to resume on March 23, but in a distance learning format. Faculty will teach classes remotely for the remainder of the spring semester. Campuses will remain open to provide support services to students, unless required to close.
  • Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UD — all programming for OLLI (whose membership is exclusively age 50 and older) has been suspended effective immediately until further notice. This includes programming at all OLLI locations throughout the state, including at main locations in Wilmington, Kent and Sussex counties, as well as courses offered at partner locations.
  • The Delaware Department of Correction, effective Thursday, March 12, has temporarily suspended visitation to all of its Level V prison and Level IV work-release and violation-of-probation facilities.
  • CHEER centers are closing indefinitely, effective immediately, but meal delivery will continue to those participating in that program (though schedules may change) and those who eat at the centers will be able to pick up a meal at the centers between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  • The Youth Art Month awards celebration at the Selbyville Public Library on Saturday, March 14, has been postponed. Anyone with questions can contact Jackie Bates of the Selbyville Community Club at (302) 519-4147. Artwork from students at Phillip C. Showell Elementary School, Selbyville Middle School, Southern Delaware School of the Arts and Indian River High School will remain on display in a special art show at the library through the end of March.
  • The Thrifty Eagle Store at the G.W. Carver Center in Frankford will be closed until further notice.
  • The Lewes Historical Society has closed the Lewes History Museum and its Children’s Discovery Center through Thursday, April 9.
  • All Catholic Diocese of Wilmington diocesan and parish Catholic schools and religious education programs, in Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore, will be closed or canceled for two weeks beginning Monday, March 16. Schools are scheduled to reopen on Monday, March 30. All CYM Sports events have been canceled until further notice.
  • Frankford Public Library, Selbyville Public Library, South Coastal Library, Millsboro Public Library and all Sussex County-owned libraries, including the mobile library, have been closed, effective immediately.
  • Wicomico Recreation, Parks, Tourism and Civic Center facilities will close Tuesday, March 17, through Sunday, March 22. Those facilities include the Wicomico Civic Center, Wicomico County Welcome Center and restroom facilities in County parks. Wicomico County parks will remain open.
  • Delaware and Maryland have closed all restaurants, bars and taverns, in both states, with the exception of food carryout, drive-through and delivery service. The restriction begins on Monday, March 16, at 5 p.m. in Maryland and at 8 p.m. in Delaware. Both governors have also formally prohibited public gatherings of more than 50 people.
  • Ocean View Town Hall has been closed to the public.
  • The Town of Fenwick Island is closing all municipal buildings to the public as of March 16. Those needing to do business with the Town should call or email.
  • VFW Post 7234 in Ocean View is closed as of 8 p.m. on March 16. The post is endeavoring to set up a take-out menu, as a number of post members depend upon the post for their meals.
  • Effective immediately, Dagsboro Town Hall will be closed to daily business. Those who need assistance can call (302) 732-3777 or email tadagsboro@mediacombb.net to set up an appointment.
  • The Bike Barn, located next to the Cape Henlopen State Park Nature Center, and their borrow-a-bike program will be will be closed until further notice.

The following have been postponed:

  • The 31st annual Ocean to Bay Bike Tour has been postponed from April 24-25 until this autumn.
  • DNREC will postpone its annual sale on compost bins and rain barrels, which was scheduled to occur in May and June. Details at www.enviroworld.us/Delaware.
  • The Indian River School District Board of Education’s regular monthly meeting has been postponed indefinitely. (It was previously scheduled for March 23 and then March 30.
  • The Coastal Camera Club's "A Day of Photography Inspiration & Education" is being postponed until Aug. 29. It will be held at Lewes Presbyterian Church.
  • Coastal Concerts has postponed the Andrew Garland/Warren Jones Concert scheduled for Saturday, March 14. They plan to reschedule the concert as soon as it is feasible to do so, and those holding tickets to Saturday’s concert will be able to use those tickets for the rescheduled date. The ticketing office will notify all ticket holders as soon as a new date has been established.
  • The Indian River School District has postponed and/or canceled all school-sponsored out-of-state field trips through the end of Spring Break on April 19. That includes out-of-state sporting events and professional-development events for staff. In addition, events in which out-of-state athletes or adults visit the district will also be postponed or canceled.
  • Opening weekend (scheduled for March 12-15) for Dewey Beach businesses The Rusty Rudder, Dewey Beach Liquors, Jimmy's Grille Dewey and Hotel Dewey have been postponed. (The Bottle & Cork, Northbeach and Ivy were not scheduled to open until May.)
  • The Coffee with Constituents meeting organized by state Rep. Ron Gray and state Sen. Gerald Hocker and scheduled for Thursday, March 19, is being postponed.
  • The Lewes Historical Society has postponed its next Tavern Talks to June 5 and 6.
  • The Freeman Stage has postponed its annual Summer Season Reveal, planned at The Cove next Wednesday, March 18. Instead, they will hold a Virtual Season Reveal on Wednesday, March 25.
  • The Delaware Republican Party State Convention, scheduled to be held at the Rehoboth Convention Center, has been postponed, as that location has closed through the end of April. The convention has tentatively been rescheduled for May 15 and 16, at the same location.
  • VFW Post 7234 has postponed its Bull Roast until May.
  • VFW Post 7234 has postponed the presentation of quilts scheduled for March 14.
  • Ticket sales for the Post 7234 Bryan Clark fundraiser, which were set to go on sale March 15, will be delayed.
  • The Delaware Botanic Gardens now plans to open its 2020 season on Friday, April 17, with the “Frolic in the Folly” celebration. It would then be opened to the public starting on Saturday and Sunday, April 18-19, on Thursdays through Sundays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • The finalization of the sale of the Town of Frankford’s water system to Artesian Water Co., scheduled to occur during a public session of the Town Council on Thursday, March 19, has been postponed, according to Town Clerk Cheryl Lynch. The meeting of the Town’s budget committee scheduled for Wednesday, March 18, at 7 p.m., is still on, as of Monday afternoon.
  • Sussex County has postponed all planned Sheriff's Sales scheduled for April until May.
  • The Delaware Lions Foundation Walk for Sight fundraiser has been postponed until Oct. 4.

Precautionary measures in place:

  • DART Paratransit will no longer accept cash or tickets, starting Saturday, March 21. Customers will be billed for their trips at a later date.  Customers are also encouraged to use “DART Pass,” the mobile app to pay their fare. See the mobile app for more information (www.dartfirststate.com/mobile).
  • DelDOT is strongly encouraging customers who are in need of Division of Motor Vehicle services to utilize mydmv.delaware.gov, which offers more than 20 services online, including renewal of Delaware Driver License/ID, renewing vehicle registration, and changing home address.
  • Also, to keep DMV Lobby crowds to a minimum DMV will immediately begin waiving late fees for vehicle registration and driver license renewals until further notice. The Department is also encouraging exclusive use of the drive through services at all DMV locations statewide.
  • Effective immediately, and until further notice, the Most Rev. W. Francis Malooly, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, has dispensed the Catholic faithful of the Diocese of Wilmington from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. This dispensation is intended to help limit the spread of coronavirus, and conform to guidelines and regulations adopted by the States of Delaware and Maryland.
    Regularly scheduled parish Masses and other devotional services (Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Stations of the Cross) will be held, and no one is bound to make use of this dispensation. However, Catholics are being urged to weigh carefully the decision whether to attend these, taking into account not only the risk to themselves but also the risk of spreading the disease to others, especially the most vulnerable. Malooly has asked parish leadership to carefully consider canceling all non-devotional parish events and gatherings.
  • Effective Tuesday, March 17, Weis Markets has modified its hours. All stores will be open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily to allow store teams more time to replenish products and sanitize stores so that customers can shop safely.
  • The Delaware Department of Transportation, including the Department of Motor Vehicles and highway toll plazas, have suspended cash payment, accepting only debit and credit cards. DMV services have been limited, including suspension of eye exams and CDL exams.
  • The Sussex County Council has rescheduled its March 17 meeting to noon, with no members of the public being admitted and the agenda limited to reports to the council. A land-use hearing for the Indian River School District is still scheduled to take place on March 17, but those wishing to comment will have to undergo health screening and will permitted to enter on a one-in-one-out admission policy.
  • The Town of Millville is asking that “if you feel you have a cold, flu or even the slightest cold-like symptoms (including a cough), please do not come into Town Hall." Town offices remain open; anyone who needs to speak with a town official is being asked to call (302) 539-0449 or email Town Hall at Millville@mvtown.com.
  • Delaware State Parks and wildlife areas are now open, with no entrance fees, until April 30, but park and wildlife buildings and centers are closed to public. Fishing, hunting, boating licenses, park and conservation passes sales have moved online only.

Additional resources:

  • The Food Bank of Delaware remains in operation, with strict cleaning and health policies. Families who are in need of emergency food assistance should contact the Delaware Helpline by dialing 211 or 1-800-560-3372, text their ZIP code to 898-211 or visit www.delaware211.org.
  • Community Lutheran Church’s Food Pantry will continue to operate but will be limiting interactions while still providing for those in need.
  • The Delaware-Maryland Synod and Bishop Gohl will be providing an online worship experience on Sundays at 10 a.m. They will stream online via Facebook and YouTube.
  • Community Lutheran Church will offer a meditation for Wednesdays through Lent via email and its Facebook page.
  • The IRSD Community Food Pantry at the G.W. Carver Center will remain open on Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. when school is in session.
  • During its closure to the public and members, VFW Post 7234 will offer carry-out meals only, from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, with lunch carry-out available on Saturday from noon to 3 p.m. and dinner carry-out available from 3 to 7 p.m. on Saturday. Orders must be called in, at (302) 539-9981. No walk-ins will be permitted. Pick-up is at the front counter. Meal offerings change daily, priced at either $7 or $8 per meal.
  • Beginning on Wednesday, March 18, the Indian River School District will provide meals to students. The meals are free of charge and available Monday through Friday to children 18 or younger, at the following locations and times: Frankford Town Park parking lot — 10:45-11:15 a.m.; Old Dagsboro Fire Hall — 11:30 a.m. to noon; Gumboro Community Center — 12:20-12:50 p.m.; Selbyville Police Station — 10:45-11:15 a.m.; Fenwick Island Baptist Church — 11:45 a.m. to 12:25 p.m.; Millsboro Middle School (bus parking lot) — 10:45 a.m. to noon; Georgetown Elementary School (front entrance) — 10:45 a.m. to noon; North Georgetown Elementary (bus parking lot) — 10:45 a.m. to noon; Indian River Volunteer Fire Co., Station 1 — 10:45-11:30 a.m.; Indian River Volunteer Fire Co., Station 2 — 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Additional meal service sites may be added in the future if additional areas of need are identified.
  • The Indian River School District is also partnering with Mariners Bethel United Methodist Church to provide food assistance to local families during the school closure. On Thursday, March 19, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., registered families can receive a home-cooked meal, along with a bag of essential groceries. There will be a limited quantity of 100 meals that will be available to families that register prior to the event date. Families should sign up at https://forms.gle/rd2Fek8sAagmKHkv8 to reserve a meal, which can be picked up at Mariners Bethel on Thursday, March 19, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. The church is located at 81 Central Avenue in Ocean View. For more information, contact the Rev. Woody Wilson at (302) 448-1442 or Michele Murphy at michele.murphy@irsd.k12.de.us.
  • The Coastal Point is compiling a list of restaurants offering carry-out, drive-through and/or delivery service during the mandatory dine-in closure. Restaurants can submit their information for this list through our online form.
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Tricia serves as editor for Coastal Point's digital properties, including our new website, Explore Coastal Delaware app and social media accounts. She is also our primary copy editor, Bethany Beach reporter and technology columnist.