Latest event cancellations: April Sustainability Day and Green Living Fair in Canton, concerts at Pickens Hall in Heuvelton, others
The following is a partial list of recent closure announcements. Readers are advised to contact organizers of events they had planned to attend to verify if the event has been cancelled or not.
The 2020 Sustainability Day and Green Living Fair originally scheduled for April 3 and 4 at SUNY Canton has been postponed until sometime next fall.The Chasing the Dragon documentary and panel schedule for March 31 at SUNY Potsdam has been canceled.
The upcoming concerts at Pickens Hall in Heuvelton featuring Mile Twelve on March 14 and Runaway Home on March 19 have been canceled due to public health concerns. Additionally, the hall has canceled bluegrass and folk jams for the month of March. Organizers hope to resume events in April, but will make that decision based on current recommendations when the time comes. At this point, Pickens General Store remains open for business as usual. All advance ticket purchases will be refunded in full. If you purchased online, your refund is already being processed. If you purchased at Pickens General Store and have not received your refund by March 16, contact [email protected].
The Canton Knights of Columbus is suspending its Monday Night Bingo effective immediately through March 30.
The Orchestra of Northern New York Board of Directors canceled its March Baroque and Beyond concert March 21 and April 19 Star Wars concerts. Whether the summer pops concert, Celebrate Freedom, will proceed will be decided at the April 9th ONNY board meeting. Those performances are planned to take place Thursday, July 2 at Thompson Park in Watertown and Friday, July 3 at Hosmer Hall in Potsdam. Ticket-holders for the canceled concerts have three options, they may receive a refund, a credit toward future concerts, or donate the value of the ticket(s) to ONNY. Interested persons are encouraged to check the onny.org web site as updates will be posted there and on social media.
The MASH camp slated for April 15 and 16 at Canton-Potsdam Hospital by NAHEC has been cancelled.
St. Lawrence County Public Health has cancelled the upcoming St. Lawrence County Partners 4 Substance Use Prevention meeting in Canton slated for March 23.
The 6th annual Wine Tour at the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino in Hogansburg slated for Saturday, March 14 has been cancelled.
The Massena Central School production of the musical “Newsies” has been postponed from March 27 and 28, to April 24 and 25. All Friday and Saturday tickets previously purchased will be honored at the re-scheduled performances in April. If a ticketholder has any questions or concerns about the re-scheduled dates, contact Christopher Lincoln via email at [email protected].
The Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg will close Friday, March 13, at 5 p.m. and will remain closed for 14 days. This closure applies also to the Eva Caten Remington Education Center, including the children’s museum, Kid’s Place. All public programs and events are also suspended. In the meantime, the Museum is in the planning stages for delivering educational content online through social media and our website. Check the Museum’s Facebook page or website (fredericremington.org) for updates.
A free lead renovation, repair, and painting (RRP) certification course organized by St. Lawrence County Public Health in Canton for March 24 has been canceled.
The 11th annual Johann Sebastian Bach Marathon at St. Lawrence University in Gunnison Memorial Chapel slated for Saturday, March 28 has been cancelled.