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Cancelled And Changed Community Events Due To COVID-19


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We’re also your source for the latest information on event changes and cancellations. If you would like to add your cancelled event to this page, please email us at uprcommunityevents@gmail.com.

American Festival Chorus and Orchestra

"A Celebration of Life Requiem for All Missing Children" has been rescheduled to February 2021.

Baby Animal Days at the American West Heritage Center

With Bear River Health Department approval, AWHC will be holding a drive-through Baby Animal Days experience. Information available at http://www.awhc.org/drivethrubabyanimaldays/

Ballet West

Online lessons available https://balletwestacademy.org/lesson

Bridger Folk Music Society

Two concerts cancelled, and no new concerts scheduled. Some local musicians are doing live concert streams from home. 

Brigham City Museum of Art & History

Venue Address: 24 North 300 West, Brigham City, UT 84321

Venue Hours: Tuesday - Friday: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Saturday: 1:00 pm to 5:00 PM

Guided tours available:

11:00 AM on Tuesdays and Fridays

2:00 PM Wednesdays and Thursdays

Groups larger than five visitors by appointment.

General Information Phone Number: 435-226-1439

General Information Email Address: museum@bcutah.org

Website: brighamcitymuseum.org.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrighamCityMuseum/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boxeldermuseum/

Cache Celebration of Women's Suffrage

"Celebration of a Century, 1920-2020" has been cancelled.

Cache Valley Center for the Arts

"Air Play" has been rescheduled for September 1.

Performances, projects, and classes cancelled or postponed through May 1st.  Students should check their emails or http://www.cachearts.org/classes for more information.

March 20 gallery walk is cancelled.

Cache Valley Artists' Gallery


Cache Valley Chamber of Commerce

Cache Valley Chamber of Commerce has decided to cancel all Chamber-related events beginning Monday, March 16 through Tuesday, March 31, 2020.


A list of local cancellations and postponements due to CIVID-19 CLICK HERE

Cache Valley Historic Society

Meetings and scholarship programs are currently on hold.

Center for the Arts at Kayenta

Events, shows, and all public gatherings are postponed for four weeks beginning Tuesday, March 17th. 

UPDATE:  The Kayenta Arts Academy will be kicking off at the Center for the Arts at Kayenta July 6th to July 31st. KAA will be following all guidelines for sanitation, hand sanitizer, social distancing, and more. Information available at www.kayentaarts.com 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Worldwide impact updates available here. 

City of Logan 2020 Freedom Fire

Due to the coronavirus related disruption of planning for Freedom Fire, current uncertainty regarding mass gatherings, and the unfolding financial impact to event sponsors, Freedom Fire has been cancelled. 

City of Logan Pioneer Day Parade and Celebration

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Logan regretfully announces the cancellation of the City of Logan Pioneer Day Parade and Celebration scheduled for Friday, July 24, 2020 at Willow Park. The cancellation comes as a result of disruption to the planning for the Pioneer Day Celebration, current recommendations regarding social distancing at mass gatherings and public events, and financial impact to event sponsors. For more information, contact the Logan Parks and Recreation Department at (435) 716-9250 or visit pr.loganutah.org

Dance Source

Virtual classes posted through their Instagram located here.

Debbie Ditton

Private lessons continue online.

DUP Museum

Closed during building remodel. Fundraising campaign stalled for capital expenses.

Gail Griswold

No exhibitions until resolution of the pandemic.

Hatch Academy of Magic & Music

Music lessons continue virtually, and providing online resources for students, including lectures and virtual conventions. 

Logan City Council

The March 17th Logan City Council meeting has been cancelled and tentatively move to agenda to April 7th.  Performances with limited seating will begin again on April 16th. 

These events are being rescheduled to different dates and times:

“2 Across” (opens April 16th and will run April 16–19 and 23–26, 7:30pm TH- SAT, 6pm SUN)

“Voyager Lecture Series Exploring and Imaging Jupiter” (TBD)

“Coyote Tales: En Garde” (TBD)

Movie Night: The Pianist (TBD)

Blues, With Michael Hawkeye Herman (TBD)

Currently these events have been postponed until next season (2021):

The Street Painting Festival (April 17–18, 2021)

DSU, SMSSU, Bach, Brandenburg in Concert (April 17, 2021)

Latino Roots and Andean Flutes Concert (May 1, 2021)

Festival of the Americas (April 30–May 2, 2021)

I you have any questions, contact Dawn McLain at dawn@writeituponline.com

To exchange tickets, call the box office at 435-674-2787

Logan Aquatic Center

The City of Logan announces the closure of the Logan Aquatic Center for the 2020 season in order to take care of long-needed capital improvements, many of which can only be done during warm weather. Next year will be the pool's 20th anniversary season, and we look forward to a grand reopening slated for Memorial Day, Monday, May 31, 2021

Logan City Justice Courts

Logan Justice Court is still open during regular business hours. However, pursuant to Utah Supreme Court Order for Operations During Pandemic, dated 3/13/2020, hearings are cancelled except for in custody hearings, bench warrant hearings, trials for individuals being held in custody, domestic violence hearings, and sentence hearings. The full order is available at utcourts.gov. If you have questions, call 435-716-9540 or use the utcourts.gov website.

Logan Library

UPDATE: Due to the spike in COVID-19 cases, the Logan Library is again closing to the public beginning Monday, June 8th, 2020. Pick It Up service will be open from 10-a.m. - 5 p.m. The library will continue to offer the Books By Mail program as well, and will provide updates as they come. The library encourages you to follow all health and safety guidelines by wearing masks and washing your hands often.

As a precautionary measure due to the threat of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Logan will close the Logan Library and Logan Community Recreation Center to the public beginning Saturday March 14th. The anticipated reopen date is Monday March 30th.

Logan Parks and Rec

For any questions, call 435-716-9250 or go to pr.loganutah.org

UPDATE 6/15/2020: Everyone is welcome to participate in the Logan Parks and Recreation Department FREE Walking Club. Bring family members, friends, and your own water bottle. Trail numbers are indicated on the Logan City Trail Guide map CLICK HERE.  No registration is required. All hikes begin at 7:00 a.m. To view the schedule and meeting locations, click here.

Logan Community Recreation Center is closed until further notice. In-person group fitness aerobics classes will be offered for FREE at Merlin Olsen Central Park, 300 Center, beginning June 9, 2020. Class schedules and descriptions available, click here

UPDATE 5/26/2020: Starting Tuesday, May 26, 2020, the ICON (upstairs) weight room at the Logan Community Recreation Center, 195 S 100 w, will be closed to the public from 7:30am-11:30am. This closure is to accommodate Logan High School Athletics summer weight training and will meet COVID-19 guidelines. During this time the two downstairs weight room areas will remain open to the public. 

As a precautionary measure due to the threat of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Logan Community Recreation Center, Logan Skate Park, all parks and park pavilions, and outdoor basketball courts are closed until further notice.

Jr. Jaxx, Men's Basketball, and all aerobics classes have been postponed until further notice. 

Youth Co-Ed Indoor Soccer, Babysitting Training April 11 and 18, Music Safari Preschool and MLB Pitch Hit and Run have been  cancelled. 

Adult softball- Registration deadline extended to May 15, rescheduled start date June 1, managers meeting May 13 will be via email.

Pickleball Tournaments-Spring Paddle Battle May 7-9 cancelled

All Comers Track Meet- Rescheduled to June 25

Cache Valley Youth Baseball- Rookie and Major Leagues rescheduled start date June 2, Minor and Pony leagues rescheduled start date June 1, coaches meeting May 14 via email.

Logan Flyers Track Club- Rescheduled to June 2-July 2.

CPR, AED, First Aid- Sessions April 15 and May 6 cancelled.

Lifeguard Training Course - Rescheduled June 10-16

Logan Aquatic Center Swim Lesson Registration- Online only beginning May 18 at 4:00pm

Lyric Repertory Company

The Lyric Repertory Company has postponed its 2020 summer season to the summer of 2021. For more information, check their website: https://lyricrep.usu.edu/index

Nibley City Heritage Days Celebration

In the midst of the ongoing pandemic, Nibley City has created a way to still hold its traditional Heritage Days summer celebration. This year's Heritage Days Reinvented-20 will include events beginning on Saturday, June 13 and running through Wednesday, June 24, with some activities extend over the month. Details for all events can be found at www.nibleycity.com.

Music for the Small & Tall

Virtual class options being created.

Music Theatre West & Cache Theatre

Rehearsals discontinued. Planning for August and September to come. Ziegfield Theater with ASL streaming "Newsies" Through Sunday March 29th with purchased ticked. More info at https://www.zigarts.com/newsies-stream-info

Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art

Starting June 6, 2020, NEHMA will be physically open again. 

-Sunday, Monday & Tuesday: Closed

-Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: Noon- 6 p.m. 

-Saturday:  10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

We ask visitors to

-Confirm they have not experienced any COVID-19 symptoms in at least 14 days prior to visiting the museum.

-If able, wear a face mask for the duration of their visit (free masks will be provided to those who need them)

-Wash their hands or use hand sanitizer upon entering the museum.

-Maintain at least 6 feet of distance from staff and other visitors. 

NEHMA staff will 

-Wear face masks

-Wear gloves for any transactions

-Regularly wipe down and sanitize any common surfaces like railings, door handles, and elevator buttons.

-Assist visitors with items in the museum store

-Maintain at least 6 feet of distance from staff and other visitors

-Encourage everyone to observe safety protocols and invite any visitors who are disrespecting the guidelines to leave

Pickleville Playhouse

May rehearsal plans on hold. Summer season on hold.

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

In accordance with Centers for Disease Control guidance report on large events and mass gatherings concerning coronavirus, all RMEF events are suspended through May 11th. 

Small Satellite Conference 2020

The health and safety of participants at the Small Satellite Conference 2020 is our primary concern. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Small Satellite Conference will be held in a virtual format with no on-site presence. The virtual conference will include keynote and invited speakers, oral presentations, exhibitor and sponsor information, university exhibits, poster presentations, Swifty presentations, NASA short talks, side meeting information, the Frank J. Redd Student Competition, a student poster competition, Mission of the Year Award, SpaceNews Show Dailies and more. The SmallSat 2020 Virtual Conference will be held free of charge. More information can be found at http://www.smallsat.org.

Stephanie White

Dance classes are now virtual.

Stokes Nature Center

All Canyon Conversations and Nature Tales programs are cancelled until further notice. Nature Preschool is postponed in alignment with Logan City and Cache School District closures. The Nature Center opening day is postponed until further notice in alignment with the Logan Library closure. The first Writers in the Woods program is postponed until further notice. Stokes will release the new program date at a later time. The Providence office is closed to public drop-ins. If you would like to schedule a meeting, please coordinate with the applicable staff. All other events are still planned until further notice (including Earth Day Soiree, Canyon Jams, and summer programming. Watch for updates on the Stokes website.

Summer Citizens

Awaiting decision on plan continuation by the university. 


Cancelled. May have a modified event this fall.

The Artists' Gallery

Open Fridays from 11:30 AM to 6PM. For the safety of our visitors and the artists who choose to sit during this time, the Gallery will be following recommended guidelines (mask, hand-sanitizer, social distancing). If you can't visit in person, you may view the gallery's website by clicking here.

The Block

Scaling back programming. Visual arts TBA.

The Family Place

Due to COVID-19 we have modified our summer camps this year. Our staff, while wearing personal protective gear, have prepared fun summer camp kits for your children to do at home. Each kit is $25. We have five themes: The Family Place Olympic GamesDiscovering the Decades, Get Your Game On, The Great Outdoors,  and World Traveler camp kits. Each camp kit has two specific drive thru pick up times. To register or for more information, call Brandy at 435.799.5571.

Upcoming Events:

Virtually join us on June 8th at 5:30 p.m. for a discussion about how The Family Place can better serve you and your family. Share your experiences-- what we're doing well and how we can improve. The best way for us to better serve our clients is by hearing from you. It is open for anyone (ages 18+) to attend. Contact Sarah Gasik at 435-752-8880 or sarah.g@TheFamilyPlaceUtah.org for more info and to get the Zoom ID and password. 

The 8 week Positive Parenting class will empower caregivers with parenting skills and problem solving techniques. You'll have the opportunity to connect with other caregivers and ask questions about parenting. This class will be held virtually in a Zoom Room. The Zoom ID will be given to those registered. Click here to learn more and register!

On June 13th from 3p.m.-4p.m. visit The Family Place, Logan, for a FREE drive thru Fly with The Family Place activity to celebrate Utah Family Month and Be Kind Utah. Drive up, pop your trunk, and a volunteer wearing personal protective gear will place a Fly with The Family Place bag in your car. One bag per child, while supplies last. Click here to learn more.

Uinta County Library 

The library is open! Summer hours are Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

Key things to know:

- The Summer Reading Program events are now on Tuesdays in Vernal and throughout the county at various times and locations. More information on the Uinta County Library website and Facebook page

- Families are welcome to come. We encourage people to wear masks, though they are not required.

-We have a ton of new books we've been stocking up on for you to read.

- Computers and study rooms are available. Be sure to check with the staff for the latest requirements.

-We're once again taking bookings for our larger meeting rooms. For the time being we have limited groups of 25 for the community room and groups of up to 12 can use the second floor meeting room. 

-The Teen room will be open soon with some COVID-19 procedures in place.

-The biggest change is that visitors to the library should keep their visits to about 30 minutes. 

Utah Arts Alliance

The Urban Arts Gallery is excited to be open for normal business hours (Tuesday through Sunday, 12-9pm, closed Mondays) starting Friday, May 15th. Staff and customers must wear masks. Gallery staff may limit entry at any time. Staff members may enact further precautionary policies if it becomes necessary. 

Utah Festival Opera and Music Theater (UFOMT)

2020 season has been cancelled.  

Utah Public Radio

Our spring member drive has been postponed so we can continue major news coverage as it happens.

Utah State University

UPDATE: 2020 Commencement celebrations have been cancelled. USU President Noelle Cockett notes there has been discussion of future possibilities. Specific details remain unclear given the uncertainties surrounding the pandemic, but the university will revisit plans for an in person event once the risk of COVID-19 infection decreases significantly. At that time, USU will provide more information to the class of 2020.

All academic courses will be moved online. All university events have been cancelled or postponed. The Aggie Recreation Center, USU Fieldhouse, and recreational facilities in HPER will be closed to the public beginning Tuesday, March 17th. Click Here for more information.

USU Alumni Band

The Alumni Band summer concert series has been cancelled.

USU Athletics Summer Camps

Due to new NCAA legislation passed in response to the COVID-19 virus, all Utah State Athletics summer camps have been cancelled. The new legislation extends the current recruiting dead period in all sports through July 31, thereby cancelling all scheduled camps and visits. Camp registrants can reach out to the respective coaching staff with any questions. Aggie fans can follow the Utah State athletic program on Twitter, @USUAthletics, Facebook at /USUAthletics, and on Instagram, @USUAthletics.

USU Extension

The Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Basecamp 2020 event will take place in Tucson, Arizona November 9-11, 2020. As travel restrictions begin to lift, the Basecamp Conference and Workshop is still on track. In light of the pandemic, we have dedicated a set of sessions to lessons learned from COVID-19. The sessions will bring together researchers and managers to discuss lessons learned over the course of the virus' spread across the West. We have also implemented a new refund/cancellation policy should local travel restrictions prohibit us from meeting in-person in November. For more information, CLICK HERE.

USU Music

USU portal and private teaching, with other remote teaching options in the works. 

USU Physics Day At Lagoon

Utah State University Physics Day at Lagoon organizers announce the 2020 event, scheduled for May 15, is cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

USU Science Unwrapped

"Cheese: The Immortalization of Milk" March 20 on-campus gathering is cancelled, but will provide a recorded presentation of the featured speaker, available online at www.usu.edu/science/unwrapped.

USU Theatre

Productions including Crucible cancelled through May. All summer face to face cancelled, only holding online classes. The Vosco Call event is still moving ahead with the original date of May 16. 

Utah Ski Resorts 

Page with updates from all of the ski resorts, plus links to the ski resort sites themselves. Click Here

Utah Department of Natural Resources

Now offering a temporary online field day for hunter education courses to help maintain social distancing. The online hunter education registration has been simplified as well. Information available here.