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Clark County cancellations and closures due to COVID-19

The Columbian
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Editor’s note: Governor Inslee has ordered that events with more than 50 people be canceled. Bars and restaurants will also be closed. Most venues and event locations in and around Clark County have closed. This list is not comprehensive.

Here is a list of local cancellations and closures due to COVID-19:

Until further notice

AARP Tax Help, libraries in Clark and Skamania counties, www.aarpfoundation.org/taxhelp

Cafe con Peace, Innovative Services NW, peacenw.org/covid-19/

Clark County Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St., Vancouver

Clark County Operations Office, 4700 N.E. 78th St.

CoDependents Anonymous, PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, https://www.coda-pdx.org/vancouver—people-who-love-too-much-coda-group.html, will re-evaluate in June.

Families Anonymous, PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, www.familiesanonymous.org, will re-evaluate in June.

Humane Society for Southwest Washington, closed for adoptions, southwesthumane.org/washyourhands

Kaiser Permanente Mill Plain, Orchards and Battle Ground offices, healthy.kaiserpermanente.org

Luke Jensen Sports Park, 4000 N.E. 78th St., is closed to all activities. Private rentals scheduled during the closure are canceled and will be fully refunded.

All performances at Portland Center Stage at the Armory, including “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” and “9 Parts of Desire” www.pcs.org

All events at the Portland 5 (Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Winningstad Theatre, Keller Auditorium, Newmark Theatre and Brunish Theatre) www.portland5.com

All events at Northwest Children’s Theater

All events at Moda Center

All events at Theater of the Clouds

All events at Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum

All events at Revolution Hall

All events at Aladdin Theater

All events at Wonder Ballroom

All events at The Old Church

All events at Oregon Children’s Theater

All events and programming at the Portland Art Museum, portlandartmuseum.org, and Northwest Film Center, nwfilm.org

All visits, including extended family visits and tours or other events involving four or more outside guests, to Washington State Department of Corrections prisons and correctional facilities, including Larch Corrections Center in Clark County, www.doc.wa.gov/information/alerts.htm#prison-alerts

Through March 22

“Twisted: The Untold Story of a Royal Vizier,” Pacific Stageworks, www.pacificstageworks.org

Through March 29

All branch locations of Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries will remain closed to the public beginning March 15, fvrl.org.

Until March 31

All events at the Camas Public Library, www.cityofcamas.us/camaspubliclibrary

OMSI closed

Through April 1

Marshall and Firstenburg Community Centers close until April 1

Clark County Historical museum close until April 1

Through April 8

All performances at Portland Center Stage at the Armory, including “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” and “9 Parts of Desire.” www.pcs.org

All events at the Portland 5 (Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Winningstad Theatre, Keller Auditorium, Newmark Theatre and Brunish Theatre) www.portland5.com

Through April 13

Clark County Auto Licensing, www.dol.wa.gov/vehicleregistration/renewyourtabs.html

Through April 24

All schools in Washington state

March 19

Public tour, Port of Vancouver, www.portvanusa.com

Clark County Republican Women Dinner meeting, Club Green Meadows, ccrwclubinfo@gmail.com, clarkcountyrepublicanwomen.org

Legislative session recap and census 2020, Bridgeview Resource Center, www.councilforthehomeless.org

March 21

“Women in Aviation,” Pearson Field Education Center, www.thehistorictrust.org

Clark County Republican Women Winning Strategies Campaign School, Club Green Meadows, 360-281-8720, ccrwclubinfo@gmail.com, clarkcountyrepublicanwomen.org

March 22

“Creating a Culture of Belonging in Faith Communities,” St. Andrew Lutheran Church, www.facebook.com/events/484690552451922/

Reprise Choir concert, St. Paul Lutheran Church

March 22-28

Portland Opera production of Vivaldi’s “Bajazet,” Newmark Theatre in Portland, www.portlandopera.org

March 23

Campaign kickoff for Rey Reynolds, Bleu Door Bakery, www.facebook.com/votereyreynolds, rescheduled for May 11.

March 24

Queer & Trans Youth Leadership Summit, WSU Vancouver, www.vancouver.wsu.edu

March 25

Cultural Arts and Equity Hip-Hop Series event with DJ Kuttin Kandi, WSU Vancouver, www.vancouver.wsu.edu

Washougal State of the Community, Black Pearl on the Columbia Event Center, cityofwashougal.us

March 26

State of the City, Vancouver City Hall, www.cityofvancouver.us/vansoc, will be broadcast on television and online only, Clark/Vancouver Television (CVTV) Comcast channel 23 and HD 323, online at www.cvtv.org, and on the City’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram starting at 5 p.m. Thursday, March 26.

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