LIST OF CANCELLATIONS AND POSTPONEMENTS

Friday, March 20, 2020

EDITOR’S NOTE: Below is a list of cancellations, postponements and other changes due to coronavirus concerns that The Enterprise knows of. Be aware that Gov. Steve Bullock on March 20 ordered all dine-in food services, bars, casinos and other business that pose enhanced risks to close. Not all those businesses are on this list. The list is roughly in alphabetical order. 

• The American Legion Cornhole Tournament that was scheduled for Saturday, March 21 at the Elks Lodge has been canceled. 

• ASPEN’s 10th annual “End the Silence Benefit” that was scheduled for April 3 is postponed.

• The Attic has canceled all upcoming events until further notice.

• The Big Sky Thai restaurant is accepting take-out orders only.

• Blue Slipper Theatre’s “Tennessee Williams” is postponed.

• Breathing Room Yoga is closed until further notice.

• Card parties in Wilsall have been canceled for the rest of March. 

• The Carnegie Readers meeting that was set for April 2 has been postponed.

• The Celebrate Recovery program held at Living Hope Church on Friday evenings has been canceled for now.

• “Celebration of the Song Writer,” a benefit concert for the Stafford Animal Shelter that was scheduled for March 21, has been canceled. 

• The Chico Hot Springs pool is closed until March 29 and any upcoming events have been canceled.

• Community Closet Thrift Stores are closed until further notice.

• The craft group that meets at the Shields Valley Senior Center has been canceled for Wednesday, March 25.

 • CrossFit Livingston is closed until further notice. 

• Dan Bailey’s Fly Shop is closed until further notice.

• Dine Out for LINKS, a fundraiser for the program that was set for April 16 at the Livingston Bar & Grille, has been postponed.

• Eastside Coffee is offering only curbside service.

• Elk River Books’ “An Evening with Téa Obreht,” which was set for April 9, is postponed.

• Elk River Books and Green Door Gallery are closed until March 30.

• The Fly Fishers International 2020 Fly Fishing Expo that was scheduled for Bozeman in July has been postponed until 2021. 

• The 49er diner is closed until further notice.

• The four-week series on universal questions and meaning set for Wednesdays and facilitated by Rev. David Gunderson at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts has been canceled.

• Gil’s Goods is closed for dine-in. However, it has a limited menu of items available for alley pickup and delivery.

• Glenn’s Park Place is closed until April 1.

• Gourmet Cellar is offering curbside pickup and asks that patrons call ahead with orders.

• HRDC is coming up with an online auction to replace its warming center fundraiser, previously scheduled for March 14.

• HRDC’s Warming Centers have closed for the season. 

 • The kindergarten screening at Shields Valley Schools has been postponed until further notice.

• Lenten Luncheons, sponsored by local churches, are canceled.

• Livingston ACE (Adult Community Education) workshops have been postponed.

• The Livingston Civic Center is closed to the public and all activities are canceled.

• The Livingston Community Choir, with all upcoming rehearsals and the May 3 concert, are canceled.

• The Livingston Elks Lodge’s last free prime rib dinner that was scheduled for March 27 has been canceled. 

• The Livingston Food Resource Center Open House and Livingston Community Bakery Grand Opening, previously set for March 20, have both been canceled.

• The Livingston-Park County Public Library is closed. Only online services will be available.  

• Livingston Pilates has moved their solo, duet and group classes online. 

• The Loaves and Fishes dining room is closed for now. The facility will hand out to-go dinners at the parking lot side door from 4 to 6 p.m.

• Logan Auction Service, Inc. is closed until further notice, and the auction set for March 21 has been canceled. 

• The Mint is closed until further notice.

• The Murray Bar is closed until further notice.

• Neptune’s Taphouse & Eatery is closed until further notice.

• Norris Hot Springs is closed and all upcoming events have been canceled.

• Oasis Livingston is postponing all evening programs and suspending regular service until further notice. Botanicals are still available by appointment.

• The Old Saloon is closed for dine-in service, and all upcoming events have been canceled. They are offering take-out service.

• The 84th Park County Pioneers dinner and dance that was scheduled April 4 at the Park County Fairgrounds has been postponed. A new date will be posted as soon as possible.

• The Park County Republicans’ annual Lincoln/Reagan/Trump Dinner, which had been planned for March 28, is postponed.

• The Rocky Mountain Supply annual meeting that was set for April 4 has been canceled.

• The 2nd Street Bistro is closed until further notice. 

• The Shane Lalani Center for the Arts is suspending all programming through the end of March. “Big Fish” is canceled. The Livingston Film Series is suspended.

• Sky Federal Credit Union branch lobbies are closed, effective March 19. All products and services remain available to members through online, drive-thru and telephone services.

• The Soup Bar is closed until further notice.

• Sweetwater Fly Shop in Livingston has closed regular retail operations indefinitely.

• Taste of Livingston, which was scheduled for April 24, has been postponed. 

• Timber Trails is closed until further notice. However, it will be available by appointment.

• T.O.P.S. No. 134, which normally meets on Tuesday’s at the Livingston Christian Center, has postponed its meetings until April 12. 

• Treasure Lanes has closed for at least 2 weeks, effective March 20. League bowling has been postponed until the reopening. 

• Uncorked is closed until further notice.

• Whiskey Creek is closed until further notice. 

• The Wok is open for regular hours but is offering only take-out.

• Yellowstone Angler is closing its door to walk-ins, but it is still answering phones and doing online services.

•  The Yellowstone Gateway Museum and Research Center is temporarily closed.

• Yellowstone National Park’s Albright Visitor Center and the Boiling River swimming/soaking area have been closed until further notice.