We will work to keep this list updated as we receive news from local organizations about planned event changes and cancellations.

-All Indiana K-12 schools will be out of the classroom for the remainder of the school year. Remote learning will take place.

-IHSAA has announced that the 2020 Spring Sports Season is cancelled.

-The Cafe Moonlight is closed until further notice.

-The annual Bicknell Fire Dept. Easter Egg Hunt is cancelled.

-The Knox Co. Public Library is offering free public wifi, outside their facilities. The code is: kcplibrary.

-The Easter Egg Hunt at Gregg Park is cancelled.

-The Vincennes YMCA is closed—including the main building, the Bettye J. McCormick Senior Center, and the Arts & Craft building. VanGo will be operating on a limited basis. All activities have been cancelled until May 1st.

-YMCA of Vincennes is pausing their Annual Campaign, which normally takes place in March and April.

-Way of the Cross is cancelled.

-The Dubois County Museum will remain closed until further notice.

-Hoosier Boys State is canceled for 2020.

-100 Women Who Care Knox Co. have cancelled the April 16th meeting.

-Lester Square Skate Park is closed until further notice.

-Pickle Ball Courts in Gregg Park are closed until further notice.

-George Rogers Clark National Historical Park’s National Park Visitor Center and Memorial Building will be closed until further notice.

-Restrooms and playground equipment at all city parks are closed until further notice.

-The Wheatland Alumni Banquet for 2020 has been cancelled.

-The Knox County Public Library will be closed until at least May 1st.

-The Vincennes Water Utilities customer service office will be closed through April 6th. All payments can be made online at vinutilities.com, by mail to PO Box 742, or to drop off boxes outside of the customer service office.

-Pace Community Action Agency’s Health Connection is offering services–by appointment only. Individuals are asked to contact their nearest office to schedule an appointment. Clinics are located in Bedford, Sullivan, Vincennes, Washington and Terre Haute.

-Non-essential stores (clothing, entertainment, nail salons, hair salons, etc) are closed. Please call ahead if you are not sure.

-Eyeworks is tentatively closing their offices until April 13th. Offices include Vincennes, Washington and Linton.

-The Good Samaritan Skin Spa is closed until further notice.

-Princeton Toyota is suspending production on until April 17th–work will resume April 20th.

-KCDC is cancelling the April 3rd and May 1st board meetings as well as their annual meeting set for May 13th.

-All Walmart stores in our area will operate 7am to 8:30pm local time.

-I Hart Ice Cream is closed until further notice.

-VU Bowling Lanes will be closed until at least April 6th.

-Planet Fitness in Vincennes is closed until further notice.

-The Indiana Theater in Washington is closed until further notice.

-Knox Co. Community Foundation is closed to the public through April 5th.

-Dubois Co. Museum is closed until further notice.

-Pace Community Action Agency is closed.

-The Indiana Military Museum is closed until further notice.

-Northwest Territory Art Guild is closed until further notice.

-All Vincennes City offices are closed to public (but will remain staffed). Call 812-882-7285 for any department or email info@vincennes.org.

-All Indiana State Museums and Historic Sites will be closed until further notice

-Indiana State Parks and Recreation Centers will remain OPEN.

-Old Towne Players performance of “Godspell” (starting April 17) has been cancelled.

-Lightbearers Women’s Conference set for April 3 & 4th has been cancelled

-WIN Energy REMC has postponed its annual meeting set for April 4th. Access to local offices is also restricted to drop boxes only.

-The KCARC’s 1972 Community Center and Civitan Children’s Center will be closed to the public until further notice.

-Christian Educational Foundation in Vincennes has cancelled Sunday night Bingo at the Knights of Columbus until Sunday April 5th.