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- Jimmy’s Italian Kitchen in Kettering is offering delivery and carryout
- Archer’s Tavern in Kettering and Centerville, as well as Stone House Tavern in Waynesville are closing
- Rusty Bucket is moving to an online ordering system. Go here to order
- The Chop House is offering to-go orders and free delivery within a 12 mile radius.
LIBRARIES/GOV’T OFFICES/PUBLIC FACILITIES/COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
- Greene County Public Health is canceling all person-to-person visits, appointments and meetings with Intervention Service Coordinators until April 3.
- Springfield’s National Trail Parks and Recreation District (NTPRD) will be closing all playgrounds and the Warder Fit Stop until further notice.
- Washington-Centerville Public Library has closed all locations until at least Sunday, April 5.
- The Montgomery County Recorder’s Office has suspended all personal services. For more information call 937-225-4275 or go to mcrecorder.org
- All Jefferson Township facilities including the Administration Building and Fire Stations are CLOSED to the public.
- The Miami County Park District has canceled all programs and closed indoor facilities including offices and restrooms until further notice
- You can learn all about the changes in Clark County by heading here. The County said this will be updated daily
- The City of Oakwood has closed the Oakwood Community Center and Public Works Center until at least April 5. The City/Public Safety building remains open but citizens are asked to limit visits to emergencies only.
- The Montgomery County Treasurer’s Office will be closed to public access, except for the cashier line, until further notice.
- The City of Dayton’s Rec Centers will be closed through April 5.
- The City of Kettering has closed all indoor facilities to the public including, the Government Center, The Recreation Center, Kettering Fitness and Wellness Center (Trent) and Charles Lathrem Senior Center, Polen Farms, Parks Maintenance and Fraze FanStore
- Dayton Metro Library has closed all locations
- New Carlisle Public Library has closed until at least March 30
- The Humane Society of Greater Dayton has temporarily closed to protect the community
- Washington Township has closed all locations and township employees are working from home. Public safety personnel is continuing to report to work.
- The Village of New Lebanon has postponed person-to-person services for the finance, utility, zoning departments and the tax department as well as permit functions. People should call the office at 937-687-1341 or visit the village website at www.newlebanonoh.org
- PNC is making temporary adjustments to its bank branch operations, effective Friday, March 20.
- Starting Saturday, March 21, Fifth Third Bank branches will be open to serve customers by appointment only.
- Starting March 19, 2020, all KeyBank branches will move to serving clients by drive-thru or in its lobbies by appointment only.
- DayMet Credit Union has discontinued lobby access.
- Kroger will dedicate the first hour of business, 7 – 8 am, Monday-Thursday, to seniors 60 years old or more and those at risk as defined by the CDC
- Macy’s, Inc. temporarily closed stores nationwide until March 31- This includes all Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Bluemercury, Macy’s Backstage, Bloomingdales the Outlet and Market by Macy’s stores
- Bath & Body Works has announced it will temporarily close all stores in the U.S. and Canada in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
- Apple has closed many stores including the one at The Greene in Beavercreek
- Clark State Community College will extend modified operations through the end of spring semester, which is May 8. Graduation, which is scheduled for Saturday, May 9, will be postponed until Saturday, August 15.
- Wilmington College’s spring semester classes will resume exclusively online
- Cedarville University will do online-only classes through the rest of the semester.
- Central State University has canceled their study abroad program in Italy.
- The University of Dayton has postponed its May graduation and will continue online-only education through the end of the spring semester.
- Miami University will suspend all face-to-face instruction in lectures, discussion sections, seminars, and other similar classroom settings until next month. Courses will be delivered by remote instruction through at least April 12, 2020.
- Sinclair Community College announced that they will suspend face-to-face classes at the end of Tuesday, March 10. They’re calling a special break from all classes, both traditional and online, and will resume as online-only classes on March 23 until further notice.
- Wittenberg University’s health advisory says all university-sponsored travel to the affected countries abroad is temporarily restricted and warns that students who travel to those areas may be subject to a 14-day quarantine.
- Wright State University announced in-person classes are suspended for spring semester. Classes will be held remotely starting March 16.
- Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says schools will take an extended spring break of three weeks starting Monday, March 16.
- Beginning March 16, the Dayton Public Schools district will offer grade level or subject area lessons on YouTube and all other social media in all tested areas. There will be more online lessons on Monday, March 30 through Friday, April 3.
- Beginning Wednesday, March 18, Northmont City Schools students will work from home on lessons provided by their teachers via Google Classroom or other web-based options
- Oakwood City Schools will be using March 16 for staff professional development with off-site learning opportunities beginning Tuesday, March 17 through Friday, March 27.
- Classes for all Springboro Schools students are scheduled to resume on Tuesday, April 14.
- Mercy Health – Springfield’s Mobile Mammography Van visits in March are canceled.
- The Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival held in Wilmington, Ohio, and scheduled for March 27 and 28 has been postponed. All ticket confirmations will be honored at a future event
- Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway is temporarily closing to the public for at least 2 weeks
- The National Museum of the United States Air Force is temporarily closing due to coronavirus concerns starting Sunday, March 15
- The Dayton Art Institute is temporarily closing to the public through April 5
- Dayton Police says all in-person community engagement activities including neighborhood meetings, community events, department-sponsored trainings and ride-alongs are canceled. Volunteer Neighborhood Assistance Officers will not report for duty.
- Great Wolf Lodge Resorts will be temporarily closed starting at 2 p.m. March 15 through April 1
- The Sidney Knights of Columbus are still holding their weekly fish fry but beginning March 13 it will be CARRYOUT ONLY from 5 pm – 7:30 pm.
- Dayton Live, operators of the Schuster Center, Victoria Theatre, The Loft Theatre, and the PNC Arts Annex, has postponed all upcoming performances.
- The University of Dayton has postponed the Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop until the fall in response to concerns about COVID-19.
- YWCA Dayton postpones Women of Influence awards luncheon from March 12 to June 3.
- The Hoopla Local Organizing Committee announced that all Big Hoopla events have been canceled for the 2020 season due to coronavirus concerns.
- The advance spotter training and severe weather seminars to be held in Dayton on March 14 are postponed.
- The 2020 WGI World Championships are canceled.
- After much deliberation and consideration, the Dayton Metro Library has determined to suspend operations beginning at 6:00 p.m. on March 13.
- The PBR Velocity Tour event set for March 14 is postponed until August 15.
- Greene County Public Health is postponing the 10th annual Spring Has Sprung 5K Run/Walk scheduled for Saturday, April 4 at 9am in Xenia.
- The Lutheran Church of Our Savior is suspending all church and building activities from March 13th through April 3rd.
- Faircreek Church in Fairborn is holding online services only on Sunday, March 15.
- St. Bernard Religious Education canceled until April 19 – All weekend services will proceed as scheduled
- Fearless Church (formerly Far Hill Community Church) is moving the Grand Opening of their new location to their Facebook page Sunday at 11 am
- Normandy United Methodist Church is closing campus and moving all worship services online until March 31.
- Crossroads Church will move all weekend services online. Buildings will be closed to the public until further notice.
- The Catholic Bishops of Ohio announced that Mass attendance will not be mandatory through the end of March as the state continues to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is suspending all of its worship services globally.
- The Boston Marathon has been postponed until Sept. 14 because of the coronavirus pandemic
- The Augusta National Golf Club has announced the postponing of The Masters Golf Tournament as well as the Augusta National Women’s Amateur and the Drive, Chip & Putt National Finals
- The PGA Tour has canceled THE PLAYERS golf championship and all PGA Tour events across all of their tours through the Valero Texas Open on April 5, 2020
- The NHL has “paused” its season over virus concerns
- The OHSAA has canceled all remaining winter high school tournaments
- Several conferences have canceled basketball tournaments. If you were planning to attend any college basketball team you should check with that conference.
- The ATP has suspended the men’s professional tennis tour for six weeks because of coronavirus concerns.
- The NCAA canceled its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments because of the spread of coronavirus, putting an abrupt end to the season less than a month before champions were to be crowned.
- Major League Baseball is delaying the start of its season by at least two weeks and suspended the rest of its spring training game schedule.
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