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Health officials announced Colorado's first presumed positive case of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, on Thursday, March 5. Since then, numerous other presumed positive cases have been confirmed. 

As the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads, sports leagues, conferences, events and musical acts are all reconsidering regular plans.

Below is a list of closures, postponements and cancellations.

Adams County

Adams County Government — Adams County buildings are closed until March 23.

Arvada

Arvada Center — The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities has canceled or postponed all ticketed performances through April 3. Gallery spaces will be closed through March 30.

Arvada Kite Festival — The City of Arvada has canceled all non-essential city events until May 4.

City of Arvada — The City of Arvada has canceled all non-essential city events until May 4. All city facilities, including public business and activities at City Hall, are closed through March 27.

Olde Town Arvada St. Patrick's Day Festival — Organizers have cancelled the Olde Town Arvada St. Patrick’s Day Festival scheduled for Saturday, March 14 out of "an abundance of caution."

Red Rocks Community College — Red Rocks Community College (RRCC) has postponed all large group gatherings and extended spring break for students at its Lakewood and Arvada campuses. Classes will not be held from March 16 to March 29.

Aurora

Arapahoe County — The Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners has closed all county facilities to the public effective from March 17 through at least March 27.

Aurora Municipal Center —  The Aurora Municipal Center will close to the public from March 17 through March 31.

City of Aurora — All city-organized public events taking place between March 14 and April 30 will be canceled. All city recreation centers and indoor pools, city libraries, Aurora History Museum, Aurora Fox Arts Center, Bicentennial Arts Center and The People’s Building will be closed March 14 to March 31. Aurora Center for Active Adults, Morning Star Adult Day Program and Therapeutic Recreation Program will be closed from March 14 through April 30.

Community College of Aurora — All on-campus community events scheduled for the rest of the semester have been canceled, effective March 16. Starting March 30 and until further notice, classes and exams at both CCA’s CentreTech and Lowry campuses will be conducted remotely, wherever possible.

Flatirons Community Church — Flatirons Community Church will not hold services at any of their campuses during the weekend of March 14-15. All campus events are canceled through March 18.

Aspen

Aspen Snowmass — Aspen Snowmass is closing all ski operations beginning March 14.

Avon

Town of Avon — Avon Recreation Center will be closed until at least April 8. All recreation center passes will be extended through the duration of the facility closure. All recreation programs through the closure are canceled.

Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek Resort — Vail Resorts announced today that all of its North American resorts and retail stores will remain closed for the 2019-20 winter ski season.

Black Hawk

Colorado Poker Championship — The March Colorado Poker Championship (CPC), originally scheduled to begin Thursday, March 12, has been canceled.

Boulder

Bolder Boulder — Race organizers say the 2020 Bolder Boulder over Memorial Day weekend will be rescheduled to the fall.

Boulder Ballet School — The school's performances of Storybook Ballet - Stone Soup & The Ugly Duckling planned for March 13-15 have been canceled.

Boulder Chorale — “A World in Harmony” concert, scheduled for March 14 and 15, at the First United Methodist Church has been canceled.

City of Boulder — The City of Boulder will close all age well centers, libraries, recreation centers and the Ranger Cottage starting at 3 p.m. Friday, March 13. These closures and cancellations are in place until March 29.

Boulder Parks & Open Space — Parks & Open Space public events are canceled through April 30 including hikes, indoor programs, volunteer projects, and fairgrounds events.

Brighton

City of Brighton — The City of Brighton Recreation Center, Eagle View Adult Center and the Armory Performing Arts Center are closed to the public effective March 13 through March 22. The City of Brighton will close all city buildings from March 16 through at least March 22.

Breckenridge

Arapahoe Basin — A-Basin will be closed beginning March 15 for an undetermined amount of time.

Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center — The center has suspended all programming for the 2020 winter season at both Breckenridge and Keystone Adaptive Centers effective March 14.

Broomfield

1STBANK Center — The Bluebird Theater, Gothic Theatre, Ogden Theatre, Mission Ballroom and 1STBANK Center will remain closed until the date specified by the State of Colorado and public health and safety officials.

City of Broomfield — The Broomfield Community and Senior Center, Paul Derda Recreation Center, Library, Depot Museum and inventHQ facilities are closed to the public beginning March 14 for a minimum of 2 weeks.

Jeff Dunham — Dunham's tour date at 1STBANK Center on April 4 has been postponed until Aug. 1.

Cañon City

Royal Gorge Route Railroad — The Royal Gorge Route Railroad will close March 16 until at least March 22.

Castle Rock

Town of Castle Rock — The town’s indoor recreation facilities – the Recreation Center, Miller Activity Complex and The Millhouse at Philip S. Miller Park – will be closed starting March 14 through at least March 27. Numerous other event have been canceled or postponed.

Centennial

City of Centennial — The city has suspended municipal court, passport appointments, senior commission events, Meet-the-Mayor meetings, all board and commission meetings and reservations in the Centennial Center Park and Centennial Community Room. The City of Centennial has closed all City buildings to the public effective at 8 a.m. March 17.

Wings Over the Rockies Exploration of Flight — Wings Over the Rockies' locations in Denver and Centennial are temporarily closed to the public, beginning Friday, March 13.

Colorado Springs

Archdiocese of Colorado Springs — The bishops of the three Colorado Dioceses (Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo) have decided to cancel all public Masses, effective Friday, March 13.

Broadmoor World Arena — Both the Broadmoor World Arena and Pikes Peak Center will abide by the Governor’s restriction and suspend all events through April 13.

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo — The zoo will be closed until April 1.

City of Colorado Springs — The City of Colorado Springs says Deerfield Hills, Hillside and Meadows Park community centers will suspend all programming starting March 16 through March 30.

Colorado Springs Remodeling Expo — The Colorado Springs Remodeling Expo, originally set to run March 13-15 has been canceled. The Colorado Springs House & Outdoor Living Show will run August 28-30 at the Norris-Penrose Event Center and will honor all admission discount coupons, tickets, and complimentary passes originally intended for the Remodeling Expo, for that August event.

Colorado Springs St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival — The St. Patrick's Day Parade on March 14 in Colorado Springs has been canceled. The festival's sporting events have been postponed.

Dancing with the Stars — The show at Pikes Peak Center on March 17 has been postponed.

Pikes Peak Center — Both the Broadmoor World Arena and Pikes Peak Center will abide by the Governor’s restriction and suspend all events through April 13.

Polar Plunge — The Special Olympics Polar Plunge in Colorado Springs at Cheyenne Mountain Resort scheduled for March 14 is canceled.

Sertich Ice Center — The City of Colorado Springs says Sertich Ice Center will suspend all programming starting March 16 through April 6.

Commerce City

City of Commerce City facilities — As of Wednesday, March 11, all City of Commerce City facilities will be closing to the public including Civic Center, Municipal Services Center, Bison Ridge Recreation Center, Buffalo Run Golf Course and Bison Grill and Eagle Pointe Recreation Center at least through March 29.

Colorado Rapids — On Thursday, March 12, Major League Soccer (MLS) suspended the 2020 season for 30 days. This includes a game scheduled for Saturday, March 21 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.

Dick's Sporting Goods Park — Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE) venues Pepsi Center, Paramount Theatre, Dick's Sporting Goods Park and 1STBANK Center will be closed for 30 days beginning March 14.

Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain — Copper Mountain will suspend all resort operations March 15 through March 22.

Dacono

City of Dacono — City Hall, municipal court, police department and public works will close at 5 p.m. on March 13. All essential Police Department, Public Works, and Administrative services will continue.

Denver

9Health Fairs — The spring 9Health Fairs, hosted in late March through early May across Colorado, will be postponed to a later date in 2020.

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Adventure Club — "Gold Dust Denver" with Adventure Club, Trampa, Lucii, Luca Lush, Nazaar and Paws The Music at Denver's Mission Ballroom on March 14 has been canceled.

AEG — The Bluebird Theater, Gothic Theatre, Ogden Theatre, Mission Ballroom and 1STBANK Center will remain closed until the date specified by the State of Colorado and public health and safety officials.

Andy Borowitz: Make America Not Embarrassing Again — The Andy Borowitz event scheduled for April 25 at Paramount Theatre has been canceled.

Archdiocese of Denver — The bishops of the three Colorado Dioceses (Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo) have decided to cancel all public Masses, effective Friday, March 13.

ARMNHMR — ARMNHMR's Free World Tour performance at Bluebird Theater on March 19 has been postponed.

Blake Shelton — Blake Shelton's show on March 14, 2020 has been postponed. Previously purchased tickets will be honored at the to-be-announced rescheduled dates in spring 2021, and refunds will be available at the point of purchase. 

Bluebird Theater — The Bluebird Theater, Gothic Theatre, Ogden Theatre, Mission Ballroom and 1STBANK Center will remain closed until the date specified by the State of Colorado and public health and safety officials.

Carnifex / 3Teeth — The Carnifex / 3Teeth show with The Browning and Skold scheduled for Friday, March 20 at the Gothic Theatre has been canceled.

Celine Dion — Celine Dion's concert on March 24 at Pepsi Center has been postponed. Rescheduled dates will be announced shortly.

Center on Colfax — The Center on Colfax will close to the public for several weeks beginning at 3 p.m. March 13.

Channel 93.3's Keggs & Eggs — Channel 93.3's Keggs & Eggs 2020 on March 13 has been postponed indefinitely. Tickets will be honored if the event is rescheduled.

Children's Museum: The Children's Museum of Denver will close until further notice. 

CHSAA Spring Sports & Activities — The 2020 spring sports season — including practices and competition — the state speech tournament and student leadership's Advisor U are suspended through Monday, April 6. All music festivals are canceled through Monday, April 6.

Clyfford Still Museum — The museum will close to the public at 8 p.m. March 13 until further notice.

Cirque du Soleil Volta — Performances of Cirque du Soleil’s Volta scheduled at Pepsi Center from April 30 to June 7 are canceled. The touring show division at Cirque du Soleil will be working to reschedule these dates in the future.

Coin — The "Dreamland Tour" from Coin at Denver's Ogden Theatre planned for March 31 has been moved to June 9.

Colin Hay — Colin Hay at Denver's Paramount Theatre on March 14, 2020 has been postponed to March 20, 2021.

Colorado Avalanche — The National Hockey League (NHL) and the Colorado Avalanche will pause the 2019-20 season beginning Thursday, March 12.

Colorado Ballet — Colorado Ballet has canceled its season finale production of "Ballet MasterWorks" which was scheduled to run April 3 to April 12.

Colorado Center on Law and Policy — The center will close from March 16 to March 27.

Colorado Chamber Players with Violinist Simone Spadino — The event scheduled for March 24 in Vivaldi's Four Seasons at First Universalist Church of Denver has been canceled.

Colorado Convention Center — The City & County of Denver has canceled public events at venues owned and operated by the city from March 13 until April 12 including Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre and Visitors Center, the Denver Performing Arts Complex, the Denver Coliseum, McNichols Civic Center Building, and the Colorado Convention Center.

Colorado Crossroads — The USA Volleyball National Qualifier Colorado Crossroads at the Colorado Convention Center has been canceled for the weekend of March 13-15.

Colorado Mammoth — The National Lacrosse League (NLL) and the Colorado Mammoth temporarily suspend play until further notice on Thursday, March 12.

Colorado Rockies — Major League Baseball (MLB) has suspended Spring Training games and delayed the start of the 2020 regular season by at least two weeks, the league announced on Thursday, March 12.

Colorado State Spelling Bee — The 2020 Denver Post Colorado State Spelling Bee, originally scheduled for Saturday, March 14 at the University of Denver, has been postponed until Sunday, April 26.

Colorado Symphony — The Colorado Symphony Association will postpone concerts and events beginning March 13 through March 31. All ticket holders will be offered a variety of options concerning their tickets.

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live — "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Live: Neighbor Day" at Bellco Theatre on March 14 has been postponed.

Dancing with the Stars — The "Dancing with the Stars" event at Denver's Paramount Theatre on March 18 has been postponed.

Decibel Tour featuring Mayhem and Abbath — The Decibel Tour Feat. Mayhem and Abbath on Friday, March 13 at the Ogden Theatre is canceled.

Denver Art Museum — Denver Art Museum will close from March 14 until March 31.

Denver Auto Show — Colorado Automobile Dealers Association (CADA) has postponed the 2020 Denver Auto Show scheduled for April 2-5 at the Colorado Convention Center.

Denver Botanic Gardens — Denver Botanic Gardens is closing all locations indefinitely as of March 16.

Denver Center for the Performing Arts — The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) is canceling or postponing all activities through May 11.

Denver Coliseum — The City & County of Denver has canceled public events at venues owned and operated by the city from March 13 until May 11 including Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre and Visitors Center, the Denver Performing Arts Complex, the Denver Coliseum, McNichols Civic Center Building, and the Colorado Convention Center.

Denver Firefighters Museum — Denver Firefighters Museum will be closed March 16 to March 22.

Denver Gay Men’s Chorus — Performances of "Motown and More! From The Temptations to Lizzo" at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House and at Waring Theater at Arapahoe Community College have been postponed.

Denver Home Show — The Denver Home Show at the National Western Complex, scheduled for March 20-22, has been postponed. The show will now take place in the fall of 2020.

Denver March Powwow — Organizers have postponed the 46th annual Denver March Powwow at the Denver Coliseum which was set for March 20-22. The festival hopes to take place later in 2020.

Denver Mint --- The United States Mint is temporarily closing public tours of its facilities in Philadelphia and Denver beginning Monday, March 16. Gift shops will also be closed. 

Denver Motor Vehicle Branches — Denver’s motor vehicle branches will be closed to the public beginning March 16 and lasting until further notice.

Denver Museum of Nature & Science — Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DNMS) will be closed until further notice beginning Friday, March 13 at 5 p.m.

Denver Nuggets — The NBA has suspended its season “until further notice" after a Utah Jazz player tested positive Wednesday for the coronavirus.

Denver Performing Arts Complex — The City & County of Denver has canceled public events at venues owned and operated by the city from March 13 until April 12 including Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre and Visitors Center, the Denver Performing Arts Complex, the Denver Coliseum, McNichols Civic Center Building, and the Colorado Convention Center.

Denver Public Libraries — All Denver Public Libraries (DPL) will be closed March 16 until further notice.

Denver Recreation Centers — All Denver Recreation Centers will be closed until further notice beginning March 16.

Denver St. Patrick's Day Parade — In collaboration with Mayor Hancock and the City of Denver, the Denver St. Patrick’s Day Parade, set to take place Saturday, March 14, is canceled.

Denver Zoo — Denver Zoo will close to the public on March 17. All scheduled events and programs, including spring break camps, Up-Close Animal Encounters and community outreach programs, will be cancelled or rescheduled to a later date. The Zoo will continue to assess the situation, and reopen and resume normal operations at the appropriate time.

Destination Imagination — The Colorado State Tournament, Denver Regional Tournament and Southwest Regional Tournament have been canceled. The Jeffco and Spicy South Tournaments are still on, but with modified procedures in place.

Destroyer — The Destroyer concert at Denver's Bluebird Theater on March 16 has been canceled.

Disney on Ice — The City & County of Denver has canceled public events at venues owned and operated by the city from March 13 until April 12 including the Denver Coliseum.

ELOHIM — ELOHIM's March 17 concert at Denver's Bluebird Theater has been postponed.

FIRST Robotics Colorado FRC Regional — The robotics competition scheduled for March 18 through March 21 at University of Denver's Magness Arena has been canceled.

Firefly Autism — Firefly Autism will be closed March 16 to March 20.

Flatirons Community Church — The church will not hold services at any of their campuses during the weekend of March 14-15. All campus events are canceled through March 18.

Four Mile Historic Park — Four Mile Historic Park is temporarily canceling all programming for two weeks beginning March 13.

Futurebirds — The concert by Futurebirds and Flaural at Denver's Bluebird Theater on March 26 has been canceled.

G Herbo — The G Herbo show at the Ogden Theatre on Tuesday, March 24 with King Von, Lil Loaded, Shaun Sloan with special guest Pretty Savage has been postponed. The new date is to be determined.

Gothic Theatre — The Bluebird Theater, Gothic Theatre, Ogden Theatre, Mission Ballroom and 1STBANK Center will remain closed until the date specified by the State of Colorado and public health and safety officials.

Grace Potter — The Grace Potter show at Mission Ballroom has been postponed. The show was scheduled for March 28, and a new date has yet to be determined.

History Colorado — The History Colorado Center in Denver will close to the public until at least April 4. 

Iliza Shlesinger — Both Iliza shows on Friday, March 13 at the Bellco Theatre have been postponed until Saturday, Aug. 15. All tickets will be valid for the August date.

Improvised Shakespeare Company — The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) is canceling or postponing all activities through April 12.

Jamestown Revival — The concert by Jamestown Revival and Desure at Denver's Ogden Theatre on March 18 has been postponed.

Jonathan Wilson — Wilson's performance at Denver's Bluebird Theater on March 18 is postponed.

Keane — Keane's concert at Denver's Mission Ballroom on March 13 has been canceled.

Kroenke Sports & Entertainment — Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE) venues Pepsi Center, Paramount Theatre, Dick's Sporting Goods Park and 1STBANK Center will be closed for 30 days beginning March 14.

Lespecial — The Lespecial show at Bluebird Theater on March 13 has been canceled.

Live Nation — The concert promotion company halted concert tours until April and recommend postponing all large scale events. Denver can expect several postponements and cancellations in Live Nation venues in the next few weeks.

MasterChef Junior Live — MasterChef Junior Live tour date at Denver's Paramount Theatre on April 10 has been postponed.

McNichols Civic Center Building — The City & County of Denver has canceled public events at venues owned and operated by the city from March 13 until May 11 including Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre and Visitors Center, the Denver Performing Arts Complex, the Denver Coliseum, McNichols Civic Center Building, and the Colorado Convention Center.

Mean Girls — The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) is canceling or postponing all activities through April 12.

Mission Ballroom — The Bluebird Theater, Gothic Theatre, Ogden Theatre, Mission Ballroom and 1STBANK Center will remain closed until the date specified by the State of Colorado and public health and safety officials.

Molly Brown House Museum — The Molly Brown House Museum will close March 14 until further notice.

NCHC Tournament — The National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) and its member institutions (including DU Athletics, Colorado College Athletics) have announced the 2020 NCHC Tournament has been canceled effective Thursday, March 12. Frozen Faceoff ticket refunds are available at point of purchase.

Newman Center —  All Newman Center events through April 30 have been canceled or postponed. In addition, the remainder of the Newman Center Presents Season has also been canceled or postponed.

New York City Dance Alliance — The New York City Dance Alliance (NYCDA) has canceled its dance convention/competition at the Colorado Convention Center which was scheduled to begin Friday, March 13.

Nora En Pure — Nora En Pure, Amtrac and ATone at Denver's Ogden Theatre on March 14 is postponed.

Ogden Theatre — The Bluebird Theater, Gothic Theatre, Ogden Theatre, Mission Ballroom and 1STBANK Center will remain closed until the date specified by the State of Colorado and public health and safety officials.

Orpheus Chamber Choir's Friends and Family Concert — The Orpheus Chamber Choir's Friends and Family Concert at the Wash Park Music Center planned for April 4 has been canceled.

Pepsi Center — Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE) venues Pepsi Center, Paramount Theatre, Dick's Sporting Goods Park and 1STBANK Center will be closed for 30 days beginning March 14.

Paramount Theatre — Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE) venues Pepsi Center, Paramount Theatre, Dick's Sporting Goods Park and 1STBANK Center will be closed for 30 days beginning March 14.

REI — REI is closing its 162 retail stores nationwide starting March 16 until March 27.

Rocky Mountain National Drill Meet — Denver Public Schools (DPS) has canceled the Rocky Mountain National Drill Meet scheduled for March 14.

Rocky Mountain Early Childhood Conference — The 2020 Rocky Mountain Early Childhood Conference, scheduled at the Colorado Convention Center the weekend of March 13, has been canceled.

Rocky Mountain Percussion Association — The Rocky Mountain Percussion Association (RMPA) has suspended all remaining events for the 2020 season.

Rocky Mountain Rollergirls — The Rocky Mountain Rollergirls have postponed their games set for Saturday, March 14 at The Rollerdome. The games will be rescheduled at a later date.

Runnin' of the Green — Terry McGrath's Runnin' of the Green planned for March 15 in downtown Denver has been postponed. Organizers hope to reschedule in the future.

Spag Heddy — The concert of Spag Heddy, Minesweepa and Moore Kismet at Denver's Ogden Theatre on March 21 is canceled.

The SpongeBob Musical — The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) is canceling or postponing all activities through April 12.

The Salute — Salute to Seniors, Colorado’s longest-running older adult expo, held at the Colorado Convention Center has been rescheduled from April 4 to Aug. 22, 2020.

Swallow Hill Music — Swallow Hill Music is putting all programming on hold effective March 14 through the end of the month. This includes postponing all concerts, shutting down group and private classes, workshops, and community jams and canceling community outreach programming.

Tenth Mountain Division — The Tenth Mountain Division concert with Pixie & The Party Grass Boys and High Country Hustle, scheduled for Friday, March 20, at the Bluebird Theater, has been canceled.

Third Eye Blind — "The Screamer Tour 2020" with Third Eye Blind at Denver's Mission Ballroom has been moved from March 19 to July 25.

Tiger Army — Punk band Tiger Army has postponed its April 17 and April 18 concerts at Denver's Ogden Theatre.

Thom Yorke — Yorke's "Tomorrow's Modern Boxes Tour" performance at Denver's Mission Ballroom on April 8 has been postponed until later in 2020.

Trinity United Methodist Church — Trinity United Methodist Church will be closed on Sunday, March 15.

United States Mint — The United States Mint is temporarily closing public tours and its gift shop beginning March 16.

Wash Park Home Tour — The Washington Park Home Tour has been cancelled.

Watsky / Hobo Johnson — The "Placement Album Tour" with Watsky, Hobo Johnson and Travis Thompson at Denver's Mission Ballroom on May 2 has been postponed.

Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum — Wings Over the Rockies' locations in Denver and Centennial are temporarily closed to the public, beginning Friday, March 13.

YMCA of Metro Denver — YMCA of Metro Denver is closing all Wellness Centers and will share an update regarding re-opening in late March.

Durango

City of Durango — Durango Community Recreation Center, Chapman Hill, Durango Gymnastics and Durango Public Library will close effective March 16.

Erie

Erie Community Center — Starting Friday, March 13, the Erie Community Center will be closed indefinitely. This includes the cancellation of all classes, activities and events until further notice. Updates will be issued through their website, email and social media.

Estes Park

The Infamous Stringdusters — The group's shows at The Stanley Hotel on March 13 and March 14 have been canceled.

Englewood

Museum of Outdoor Arts — Museum of Outdoor arts (MOA) will temporarily close its indoor galleries to the public beginning March 14 at 5:00 p.m. and remain closed through at least April 5.

Evergreen

Evergreen Park & Recreation — Starting March 16, Evergreen Park & Recreation District (EPRD) will be closing all facilities (BPRC, WRC, Evergreen Lake House, EPRD Admin Office, and Park Operations) to the public.

Florence

Florence Chamber of Commerce Banquet — The Florence Chamber of Commerce has postponed its 2020 banquet that was scheduled to take place Saturday, March 14.

Fort Collins

City of Fort Collins — The city is closing all city recreation and cultural facilities from March 16 to March 27. This includes all meetings, classes, performances and other events scheduled at those facilities. The Fort Collins Senior Center and Fort Collins Museum of Discovery are also closed. The Butterfly House at the Gardens will remain closed through April 3.

Frisco

Frisco BrewSki — Government-sponsored events of 50 attendees or more in Summit County will be canceled or postponed until at least May 1, effective March 13.

Town of Frisco — The Frisco Adventure Park tubing and ski/ride hill, the Frisco Nordic Center, the Frisco/Copper Visitor Information Center and the Frisco Historic Park will be closed beginning March 14.

Georgetown

Loveland Ski Area — Loveland Ski Area is closing for the season.

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Glendale

Colorado Raptors — Major League Rugby (MLR) has suspended all matches for 30 days, effective March 12.

Glenwood Springs

Glenwood Hot Springs Resort — Glenwood Hot Springs Resort has closed the pool, Spa of the Rockies and Athletic Club, as well as The Grill and The Shop through March 22.

Golden

Buffalo Rose — The Buffalo Rose is postponing and/or canceling events scheduled in the next seven days beginning March 12.

Colorado Mock Trial State Tournament — The Colorado Bar Association High School Mock Trial Program on March 13 and March 14 is canceled.

Flatirons Community Church — The church will not hold services at any of their campuses during the weekend of March 14-15. All campus events are canceled through March 18.

Good News Breakfast — The 30th annual Good News Breakfast at Jefferson County Fairgrounds has been canceled.

Jefferson County Public Library — All Jefferson County Public Library locations, book drops and administration are closed to the public until further notice starting 12 p.m. on March 15.

Jefferson Symphony Orchestra — The concert by the Jefferson Symphony Orchestra at the Green Center on March 15 has been canceled.

Miners Alley Playhouse — The production of "Moon Over Buffalo" has been postponed.

Greeley

Blarney of the Block — The Downtown Development Authority and the City of Greeley have canceled the 2020 Blarney on the Block planned for March 14.

City of Greeley — The city is closing public access to all non-emergency facilities at the close of business March 13. The closures will remain in effect through March 30 at which time the situation will be re-evaluated. The closed facilities include City Hall, City Center North, City Center South, Municipal Court, Family FunPlex, Greeley Ice Haus, Greeley Recreation Center, Rodarte Community Center, Island Grove Regional Park, Union Colony Civic Center, Public Works Building and Greeley Active Adult Center.

Highlands Ranch

Highlands Ranch Community Association — All four Highlands Ranch Community Association Recreation Centers will be closed through March 31.

Keenesburg

Hempfest Colorado — Lily Farm Fresh Event Center has canceled the two-day event was scheduled to take place on Friday, April 10 and Saturday, April 11 at Lily Farm Fresh Event Center.

Keystone

Keystone Resort — Vail Resorts announced today that all of its North American resorts and retail stores will remain closed for the 2019-20 winter ski season.

Lakewood

Jefferson County Public Library — All Jefferson County Public Library locations, book drops and administration are closed to the public until further notice starting 12 p.m. on March 15.

Red Rocks Community College — Red Rocks Community College (RRCC) has postponed all large group gatherings and extended spring break for students at its Lakewood and Arvada campuses. Classes will not be held from March 16 to March 29.

Special Olympics State Basketball Tournament — The Special Olympics State Basketball Tournament and Healthy Athletes screenings have been canceled. Sports training has been suspended through March 31.

City of Lakewood -- The City of Lakewood is closing all city arts and recreation facilities March 14 to March 29. All scheduled programs, activities, events and facility rentals are canceled during this time. Credits and/or pro-rated refunds will be issued for all canceled activities. City parks and golf courses will remain open. Click here for more information about closures in Lakewood.

Developmental DIsability Resource Center – DDRC day program services are canceled on Monday, March 16. However, all staff need to report.

Lafayette

Flatirons Community Church — All services are canceled at all campuses the weekend of March 14-15.

Leadville

Ski Cooper — Ski Cooper will be closed March 15 for an initial period ending March 22.

Littleton

Arapahoe County — The Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners has closed all county facilities to the public effective from March 17 through at least March 27.

City of Littleton — All City of Littleton buildings including the Littleton Center, Bemis Library, the Littleton Museum, the Littleton Municipal Court and Belleview Service Center are closed until further notice. In addition, all public meetings, including city council meetings, are suspended until further notice.

Denver Botanic Gardens: Chatfield Farms — Denver Botanic Gardens is closing all locations indefinitely as of March 16.

Foothills Park & Recreation District — All Foothills Park & Recreation District facilities will be closing to the public effective March 14 until March 29.

Strike Up the Band Concert — Concert from the Highlands Ranch Concert Band and the Over the Hill Band planned for Sunday, March 15 has been canceled.

Town Hall Arts Center — Town Hall Arts Center will close to the public from March 14 until March 29.  

Longmont

City of Longmont — The City of Longmont will be canceling all city-organized programs, community events, community meetings, community programs, events and meetings organized by non-city entities that are held at city facilities and all community rentals of city facilities, athletic fields and park shelters for public and private events, effective March 13 to 29.

First Evangelical Lutheran Church — First Evangelical Lutheran Church will be closed for all gatherings of church members and the public starting March 13 with the goal of reopening on April 4 for Holy Week services.

LARCfest 2020 — The Longmont Amateur Radio Club's annual radio and electronics fair, LARCfest, will not be held at the fairgrounds on April 4. The club plans to reschedule the festival.

Lone Tree

Park Meadows — Beginning March 16, the shopping center will operate between 12 p.m. and 7 p.m. every day except for Sunday, when the center will close at 6 p.m.

Loveland

Budweiser Events Center — Loveland's Budweiser Events Center will close to the public beginning March 13.

City of Loveland — The Loveland Chilson Recreation and Senior Center, the Loveland Public Library, the Loveland Museum and the Rialto Theater will close beginning at 5 p.m. March 13 through March 27. Municipal court proceedings will be postponed beginning March 17 through March 27.

Loveland Visitor Center – The Loveland Visitor Center will be closed starting at 12:30 p.m., Monday, March 16 through March 28.

Home & Remodeling Show — The Northern Colorado Home Builders Association has rescheduled its Home & Remodeling Show from March 27-29 at The Ranch Events Complex to late August.

NCAA Regional Hockey Tournament — The NCAA has canceled all postseason tournaments.

The Roadshow — The remaining Roadshow 2020 tour dates have been canceled, including a stop at Budweiser Events Center on March 22.

Toughest Monster Truck Tour — The Toughest Monster Truck Tour has moved its April 17-18 event at Budweiser Events Center to the weekend of August 21-22.

Varsity All Star Events — All Varsity All-Star events for the weekends of March 14-15 and March 21-22 have been postponed at the Budweiser Events Center. Varsity Spirit is looking to reschedule these events later this season.

Nederland

Carousel of Happiness — The carousel is closed until further notice.

Frozen Dead Guy Days — The 2020 Frozen Dead Guys Days festival is canceled for the first time in its 18-year history. There will be no activities associated with the festival in Nederland the weekend of March 13-15.

Northglenn

City of Northglenn — The city has closed all public facilities from March 14 through March 29 including city hall, recreation center, senior center and theatre, maintenance and operations, water treatment facility and wastewater treatment plant.

Morrison

Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks — The Colorado Council of Churches (CCC) has canceled the 2020 Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks which is scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 12. 

Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre — The City & County of Denver has canceled public events at venues owned and operated by the city from March 13 until May 11 including Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre and Visitors Center, the Denver Performing Arts Complex, the Denver Coliseum, McNichols Civic Center Building, and the Colorado Convention Center.

Salida

Monarch Mountain — Monarch is closed for the season.

Telluride

Telluride Ski Resort — Telluride Ski Resort's last day for the season was March 13.

Thornton

City of Thornton — Beginning March 14, Thornton’s Margaret W. Carpenter Recreation Center, Trail Winds Recreation Center, and Thornton Active Adult Center will be closed until further notice. In addition, starting March 16, all Thornton government buildings will be closed to the public.

Pueblo

Archdiocese of Pueblo — The bishops of the three Colorado Dioceses (Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo) have decided to cancel all public Masses, effective Friday, March 13.

Vail

Vail Recreation District — The Vail Recreation District, in addition to closing all of its facilities, is canceling all programs and events. The closure and cancellations are effective from Friday, March 13 to at least Wednesday, April 8.

Westminster

City of Westminster — Westminster recreation centers, libraries and parks and recreation facilities will be closed to the public until further notice. Parks and other open spaces will be open for self-directed activities.

City Hal  — Westminster's city hall will be closed to the public until further notice, and passport appointments will be suspended. Call 303-658-2400 for further direction.  

Reach for the Stars Gala — The annual Reach for the Stars Gala, scheduled for Saturday, March 14 in support of Adams 12 Five Schools, is being moved to an online event at 5StarFoundation.org.

Vista Church of Westminster — Vista Church will not hold a public service on March 15. The services will be available online.

Wheat Ridge

City of Wheat Ridge — All Wheat Ridge City facilities will be closed through March 29. This closure includes public business and activities at City Hall including Municipal Court and all other public City facilities, including the Recreation Center, the Anderson Building and the Active Adult Center.

Winter Park

Winter Park Resort — The closing of Winter Park Resort on March 15 will bring an early end to this year’s Amtrak Winter Park Express “ski train” service, effective March 15.



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COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus that first appeared in Wuhan, China in late 2019. This new strain of coronavirus began popping up in the United States in February.  

Symptoms of COVID-19 can include fever, cough and breathing trouble. Most develop only mild symptoms. But some people, usually those with other medical complications, develop more severe symptoms, including pneumonia, which can be fatal. 

If you are feeling ill with symptoms similar to those associated with COVID-19 the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) recommends the following: 

  • Manage your symptoms at home the same way you manage other cold symptoms. To the extent possible, people with flu-like symptoms should remain at home. 

  • If you need medical care, contact your primary care provider and schedule a visit. Let them know that you are concerned you might have COVID-19. 

  • Only contact 911 for emergencies requiring immediate life-saving care and let them know if you are concerned you might have COVID-19. 

  • Restrict visits to the hospital emergency room or urgent care - only individuals needing immediate care should visit these facilities. If you must visit an ER or urgent care facility, call ahead and let them know that you are concerned you might have COVID-19. 

CDC's testing guidance includes three types of people: 

  • Those who have symptoms such as fever OR lower respiratory symptoms (cough or shortness of breath) and have had "close contact" with a confirmed coronavirus patient within 14 days of their first symptoms. 

  • Those who have fever AND/OR lower respiratory symptoms, require hospitalization and have traveled to areas impacted by the epidemic in the last 14 days. 

  • Patients with fever and severe, acute lower respiratory symptoms who require hospitalization, and for whom no other diagnosis has been found — such as the flu. No travel or contact exposure is needed.

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