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Cancellations, Postponed Events Due to COVID-19 Concerns

Posted: 4:47 PM, Mar 13, 2020
Updated: 2020-03-31 16:08:55-04
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What events and schools have been canceled or postponed in Green Country due to coronavirus concerns?

The following are official news releases regarding updates to events and school schedules, including changes due to COVID-19 pandemic.

We’ve made a list of retail and chain store closures in Green Country or those that have reduced hours due to the coronavirus outbreak.

KJRH will continue to update the following information.

March 31, 2020
1:45 p.m.

Will Rogers Memorial Museums Closed Through April

Will Rogers Memorial Museums will remain closed through April 30, Tad Jones, Museums executive director announced today. He said all Oklahoma Historical Society facilities will be closed to the public through that date and all OHS events scheduled through May 2 are canceled or postponed. Check the Museums website for summer event and additional information and the Museum Facebook for Museum virtual tours, a special presentation by Andy Hogan and RSUTV for movies entered in the November 2019 Will Rogers Motion Picture Festival.

March 27, 2020
1:52 p.m.

Officials with the Tulsa County District Court announced today the cancellation of jury trials set for April 20, 2020 and May 4, 2020.

The amended order can be seen below:

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the recent Executive Orders issued by the Governor of Oklahoma and the Mayor of the City of Tulsa, and after consultation with the Court’s Executive Committee, the District Court of Tulsa County hereby orders:

All jury trials now scheduled for April 20, 2020 and May 4, 2020 are hereby cancelled. Tulsa County citizens who have received a summons for April 20, 2020 are hereby excused from service. No summonses will be sent out for May 4, 2020.

Jury trials which were previously cancelled for March 30, 2020 and April 13, 2020, as well as jury trials now cancelled for April 20, 2020 and May 4, 2020, will be rescheduled by the specific judge on that specific docket when Court operations resume.

March 26, 2020
7:52 p.m.

Muscogee (Creek) Nation extends temporary closure of River Spirit Casino Resort and 8 regional casinos until April 15

Nation commits to maintaining $3.4 million bi-monthly payroll for 2,200 casino employees.

Muscogee (Creek) Nation Principal Chief David Hill and River Spirit Casino Resort Chief Executive Officer Pat Crofts announced today the extended temporary closure of all nine Muscogee (Creek) Nation Casinos, including River Spirit Casino Resort until April 15, 2020.

The temporary closure began 10 days ago on Monday, March 16.

While River Spirit Casino Resort and the other casino properties had no reported cases of COVID-19, the temporary closure is a result of guidelines issued by the National Center for Disease Control to reduce exposure to the virus. “As always, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation prioritizes the health and well-being of our citizens, our employees and our guests above all else,” said Chief Hill.

“We are committed to following the suggestions issued by federal health officials to ensure we are safeguarding the public. Challenging times require tough decisions, but you cannot make progress without making decisions. Extending the temporary closure of our casinos is an example of how the Nation can do its part during this epic crisis.” Chief Hill and officials confirmed the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Casinos and River Spirit Casino Resort will continue to pay its 2,200 employees through April 15.

This equates to a $3.4 million payroll every two weeks. “As a primary employer in the City of Tulsa and throughout many smaller communities in northeast Oklahoma, we want to continue to support our employees to best of our ability,” said Crofts. “We have already faced great adversity together during the abrupt closure last year due to the historic flooding and its aftermath.

We want to do everything we can to ease the anxiety and financial burden while our employees are home with their loved ones at this critical time.” The temporary closure includes casinos in Beggs, Holdenville, Eufaula, Bristow, Checotah, Okemah and River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa. The closure includes the travel plaza casinos in Muskogee and Okmulgee, but the convenience stores remain open to serve the public in need of essentials.

March 26, 2020
4:04 p.m.

NEO Moving Classes Online for the Remainder of the Spring/Cancelling Commencement

Administrators at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO) will move all previously scheduled face-to-face and hybrid courses online for the remainder of the spring semester in response to the rapidly developing COVID-19, or coronavirus, pandemic. In addition to moving classes online, NEO will cancel its spring commencement and nurse pinning.

“Our goal is to continue our efforts to deliver a quality education and serve our students the best we can,” said Dr. Kyle J. Stafford, NEO president. “It is frustrating to know our spring semester has been disrupted by COVID-19, but we are doing our part to follow state and federal guidelines and reduce the spread of COVID-19.”

NEO has also closed campus to visitors, locked down campus buildings, and implemented a temporary telecommuting/work-from-home program that will allow campus operations to continue through internet and phone.

In addition, NEO has asked the limited number of students still in the residence halls to leave campus by April 1. Students moving off campus may be reimbursed, depending upon payment methods for housing and meals and reimbursements are anticipated to be completed during late April.

“As a rural college, we understand some students have circumstances preventing them from leaving campus, and we are committed to assisting them,” added Dr. Stafford. “But we are asking all residential students not to return to campus until we contact them to arrange collection of their personal items.”

For more information, contact Jordan Adams at

March 26, 2020
2:42 p.m.

Dale Rogers Training Center (DRTC) Temorarily Closed it's Vocational Rehabilitation Programs

Answering the call of Governor Kevin Stitt’s most recent Executive Orders, Dale Rogers Training Center (DRTC) temporarily closed it's Vocational Rehabilitation programs effective Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Approximately 120 people with disabilities are employed at the agency, which has been a mainstay in Northwest Oklahoma City since 1953.

DRTC operates awards and promotional items, as well as picture framing divisions that further the mission of providing meaningful work opportunities for people with disabilities, and is a State Use-approved vendor. Designated staff are able to continue supporting customers through remote telework. Online orders from state customers will be accepted while the main campus is closed, with a “to be determined” delivery date. To place an order or to check the status of an existing order, please contact:

DRTC Awards(405) 946-1079, ext. 1600,

DRTC Framing & Supplies(405) 790-1212, ext.1805,

DRTC Promotional Items(405) 946-1079, ext.1807,

While the vocational rehabilitation programs on the main campus are temporarily ceasing, the agency’s Employment Services program still provides support and services according to the guidelines provided by the Department of Rehabilitation Services. DRTC also continues to operate federal contracts for custodial and food service as “essential critical infrastructure” according to federal guidelines. Staff will continue to support these locations and the employment opportunities they provide.

DRTC will provide more updates on and its social media channels.

March 25, 2020
1:50 p.m.

The Museum Broken Arrow announced today it is extending the deadline for the City of Broken Arrow Historical Mural Project.

The new deadline for artist proposals is May 1, 2020.

“We understand that some artists may have other priorities during the current pandemic. This is why we felt it was important to extend the proposal deadline for our mural project. We hope everyone stays safe and takes advantage of the museum world’s extensive social media outlets. Art educates and inspires, especially during times like these.” said Brown, The Museum’s Executive Director.

For more information on the mural project, click here.

March 23, 2020
3:05 p.m.

Tulsa Chamber Meetings Canceled and Postponed:

In keeping with CDC and local guidance for social distancing, the following Chamber events previously scheduled for this week have been canceled:

  • Mosaic monthly meeting (March 24)
  • Monthly Capitol Luncheon (March 25)
  • Manufacturer's Council (March 25)

The following events have been postponed:

  • The Tulsa Small Business Connection's BUILD professional development program
  • Legislative Briefing Breakfast (March 27)
  • Tulsa Small Business Connection Women Business Leaders lunch (March 27)
  • Tulsa Small Business Connection: Overcoming Obstacles (March 30)
  • EdTalks (April 2)
  • OneVoice Washington D.C. Fly-In (June 2-4)
  • OneVoice Washington D.C. Fly-In (June 2-4)

March 23, 2020
3:00 p.m.

Clark Youth Theatre

Hi Friends!
I hope this email finds you well and healthy!
This is a phrase we hear often in scene work and technical rehearsals in theatre.

Unfortunately, due to current circumstances, we are experiencing a "HOLD" at this time. Clark is unable to resume classes and rehearsals this week on March 23rd as we had hoped. We will follow the Tulsa Public School Closures until April 6th, and reevaluate. If at any time before then it seems safe to resume meeting, we will notify you immediately. However, since Clark serves well over 30 schools in the Tulsa area, we will proceed with an abundance of caution in order to keep our Clarkies and their families safe.

Fortunately, we live in an age where digital communication is the norm. Because of this, we are excited to announce that those engaged in classes will see a new page on our website Monday or Tuesday of this week listing class assignments for Viral Marketing, Improv, Homeschool Drama, Art, Musical Theatre. etc. Feel free to share these with friends and family, and certainly share your creativity! If you would like to, please film your assignment (phone is fine!) and upload to a Google Drive, giving this email permission to view. You might even make it onto our FaceBook page! We encourage you to stay creative, stay positive, and share the creativity!

Thank you for your understanding - part of being a good performer is the flexibility to know when to "HOLD" for the safety of the cast a crew while a few things get worked out. Now is such a time for ALL of us. We at Clark have great hope that all of our Clarkies will get through this "HOLD" with positivity, creativity and health!

Tammy Slack Executive Director Clark Youth Theatre

March 23, 2020
10:21 a.m.


EVENT: Sturgill Simpson

WHEN: Originally scheduled for April 23 - Rescheduled to a later date to be announced



Official Statement from Sturgill Simpson:
The Sturgill Simpson A Good Look’n Tour with very special guest Tyler Childers is disappointed to announce that shows between April 20 - May 31 will be rescheduled to this Fall. New dates will be announced shortly. The band is really looking forward to getting back out on the road later this year, so please hang onto your tickets for the new date and let’s all plan to be together this Fall.

March, 20, 2020
1:12 p.m.

Mother Road Temporarily Closed

In the interest of public health, we are implementing health officials’ recommendations to prevent the spread of Covid-19 (coronavirus). Mother Road Market will be temporarily closed to protect our employees, merchants, their staff, and our customers. We will continue to evaluate the situation over the next two weeks and keep you updated on social media, our newsletter and our website.

March 19, 2020
5:46 p.m.

Tidewater Winery Will Close Until April 6

To our loyal customers,

In response to the widespread COVID-19 outbreak, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close Tidewater Winery & Event Center from now through April 6, 2020. We will reassess the situation at that time.

The health and safety of our customers, employees, and community is our utmost priority.

As the situation surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID–19) continues to evolve, we are monitoring and following official guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines, as well as guidance from federal, state, and local officials to make informed decisions.

Please monitor our social media & website as any changes or updates will be found there first. We appreciate your understanding as we all work through this difficult time. We are proud to serve you and hope that we will be seeing you soon.


Tidewater Winery

March 19, 2020
4:53 p.m.

Tulsa County District Courts Closed until April 20, 2020

Presiding District Court Judge William LaFortune today released the following Administrative Order (AO -2020-4) announcing that he is closing the district courts until April 20, 2020. The Order reads:

Pursuant to the National Emergency Declaration by The President of The United States and the First Emergency Joint Order Regarding the COVID-19, entered by the Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, (SCAD NO. 2020-24), and by the District Judges present at an emergency meeting of the Tulsa District Court Judges held March 19, 2020, the following are Orders of The District Court of Tulsa County:

1. This Order is effective immediately and remains in full force and effect until April 20, 2020.

2. All judicial offices and courts are closed. Judges and staff are authorized to work remotely, as they see fit.

3. Judges available on telephone call for emergencies, are as follows:

Kurt Glassco

Emergency Guardianships and Special Administration.
Kelly Greenough

Family Division and emergency Child Custody Orders (non DHS).
Martha Rupp-Carter

Emergency Juvenile Matters
Wm. J. Hiddle

Emergency Protective Orders
Kirsten Pace
call provider or

Mental Health and Civil emergencies.
David Guten

Criminal/Bail Bond emergencies

1. The Court directs the Tulsa County Court Clerk to implement such measures as may be necessary to effectuate this Administrative Order.

2. Cases that are set during the pendency of the emergency, attorney and parties should seek guidance from SCAD 2020-24, previously published by the Court.

3. For further information please see the Tulsa County, Tulsa County Bar Association and/or the Oklahoma State Courts Network websites.

FURTHER, this order is subject to extension or modification as necessitated by this emergency.

March 19, 2020
2:18 p.m.

Rooster Days Rescheduled to Labor Day Weekend

The Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce has rescheduled Rooster Days to take place over Labor Day Weekend.

New dates for the annual tradition are September 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th. In the midst of heightened concern, health and safety are the Chamber’s top priorities and at the heart of every decision made.

At this time, it is crucial the Chamber does their part to help reduce the transmission of COVID19. “We are all having to make difficult decisions in this time. As we all pray and hope that the closures are not necessary through May, the Broken Arrow Chamber does not feel it would be wise to encourage the gathering of this size even if the restrictions are lifted by May. We expect that in September we will be able to come together as a community and celebrate what we have overcome,” states Jennifer Conway, President and CEO of the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce and EDC.

The festival schedule is as follows: Thursday, September 3: 5pm to 10pm Friday, September 4: 5pm to 11pm Saturday, September 5: 10am to 11pm Sunday, September 6: 12pm to 6pm *Rides close 1 hour before festival closes* On Saturday, September 5th, the festival’s main events will take place.

The schedule is as follows: 5K and Fun Run: 8AM Parade: 10AM Cornhole Tournament: 12PM Miss Rooster Days: 2PM Regarding Rooster Days applications, the Chamber will honor current submissions should vendors want to move forward with the new dates.

If vendors do not want to move forward with the new dates, refunds will be given. For all questions please contact the Chamber. To stay up to date with the most current information about Rooster Days, please visit Sponsors for Rooster Days are TTCU Federal Credit Union, The City of Broken Arrow and The Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce.

March 18, 2020
9:33 p.m.


OU Norman Campus Classes. Norman campus will remain online for the remainder of the semester. Students are encouraged to visit [] for further information and resources on attending classes online. Faculty may visit [] for instructional resources.

OU Health Sciences Center Classes. Students enrolled in Health Sciences Center programs have received direct communications from their colleges about online instruction and modifications to clinical and community-based instruction. Students in these programs with questions should contact their colleges directly. Additional information is available at

OU-Tulsa Classes. Norman-based programs will remain online for the remainder of the semester. HSC programs will receive direct communications from their colleges regarding both classes and clinical rotations.

Research Enterprise. We are committed to continuing our research mission while making sure we take steps to keep members of our community safe. We will provide guidance on this in the coming days.

Graduation Ceremonies. The ceremonies are postponed, and we are working to modify them. We are actively exploring ways we can honor our graduates and their achievements at an appropriate time. This will likely look very different, perhaps even virtual, with an opportunity to participate in an in-person ceremony when it is safe to do so. We hope to reschedule these events for later in the summer, and we will communicate updates as we have them.

University-related Events. All in-person events with greater than 10 attendees on all three campuses are suspended until at least May 11. Our decision is based on recommendations from the CDC and our state and national leaders. This restriction includes events that are not University-sponsored as well, including conferences, symposia, and social gatherings. This does not preclude small internal meetings, where social distancing should be the touchstone. The OU Athletics Department has suspended all athletics competitions, as well as all out-of-season practices and workouts, until further notice. More information on athletics events may be found at


Norman Campus Residential Housing. We will have a reduced occupancy model for on-campus housing for the remainder of the spring semester with the exception of Kraettli and Traditions apartments. Certainly, students who have no other housing option will remain in on-campus housing, and we are committed to assisting all residents, including our international student community, in every possible way. On-campus housing residents can expect to receive specific information from OU Housing in the coming days. Regrettably, the rapid pace of this unfolding crisis does not allow us to have the answers for all questions at this time. We will, however, address all questions as quickly as is possible.


Telecommuting. Telecommuting is strongly encouraged across all three campuses. Visit HR’s Coronavirus and the Workplace guidelines [] for more information. Employees from all three campuses should consult supervisors for position-specific details.

On the Norman campus, the five-day closure that started on March 15 comes to a close Friday, March 20. Wherever compatible with continuing operations, all supervisors should institute telecommuting plans for staff through the end of the spring semester. Any Norman campus faculty, staff, and students who return to campus are urged to use caution and practice social distancing and proper hygiene.

Student Employees. Managers are also encouraged to develop and implement telework plans for student employees and graduate assistants where the telework plan supports University operations.

Counseling Services. The counseling center will remain open during the semester and can provide services by phone or ZOOM. OU counselors can be reached at (405) 325-2911 to make an appointment.

COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge, but I’m confident as ever in the OU community’s ability to navigate the coming days with care, wisdom, and a collective resolve. My profound thanks go to all our students, faculty, staff, and residents for your patience and understanding.

March 18, 2020
5:25 p.m.

Easter Island Festival Postponed


What a crazy couple of weeks. As we have decided to err on the side of caution and reschedule our 10 year anniversary festival, we here at EIF Headquarters hope you'll be ready to party this summer!

Our new dates are June 12-13, 2020. Mark it on your calendars, and be ready to have some fun. The majority of booked acts will still be performing, while there will be some slight changes. We are sure you'll approve…

Previously purchased tickets are good for the new date in June. No exchanging or updating required. If you have any questions in regards to ticket purchases or refunds, please contact the festival by email at

Best regards,
Easter Island Festival

March 18, 2020
4:07 p.m.

New Hours for Promenade Mall

Promenade Mall hours will change this Friday, March 20.

Monday-Friday: 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Sunday: 12:00 pm- 6:00 p.m.

10 stores in the mall are already closed. 16 stores have modified hours.

March 18, 2020
4:01 p.m.

City of Muskogee Issues More Closures

City of Muskogee makes more closures due to COVID-19 virus Muskogee, Okla. – March 18, 2020: In today’s briefing from Vice President Mike Pence as well as Oklahoma State and Muskogee County Health Departments, guidance was given on how state, tribal, and municipal governments should proceed in handling this pandemic. There are now 31 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma (with none in Muskogee County as of this time). The way the virus is spreading has changed from only travel-related cases to new cases spreading via community.

In light of cases spreading via community interaction, the CDC issued new guidelines regarding mass gatherings, limiting those groups to ten or less. To prevent community spread, the City of Muskogee is taking necessary steps in that effort. At this time the following events, programs, and facilities are affected:

 Muskogee Senior Center: CLOSED as of Tuesday, March 17, 2020 UNTIL FURTHER RECOMMENDATION from the CDC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE • City of Muskogee facilities close due to COVID-19

 Muskogee Swim & Fitness Center: CLOSED as of March 19 – April 1, 2020. If you have questions regarding a specific program, pool rental, or use of the facilities call 918.684.6304

 Muskogee Teen Center: CLOSED as of March 19 – April 1, 2020. Any questions regarding the Teen Center and programming call 918.684.6345

 Love-Hatbox Sports Complex: CLOSED for events April 17 – May 8, 2020. If you have questions regarding events and facilities usage call 918.684.6398

Hatbox Event Center: CLOSED April 17 – May 8, 2020. For questions regarding events and facilities usage call 918.684.6305

March 18, 2020
3:33 p.m.

Osage Casinos Suspending Hotel & Gaming Operations

Osage Casinos is taking proactive measures to help ensure its staff and guests remain healthy during the COVID-19 Outbreak.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Osage Casinos has made the decisions to suspend hotel and gaming operations at all seven casinos starting today at 11:59 p.m. This will include all concerts currently scheduled. Osage executives will continue to monitor the situation at hand.

“We weighed this decision heavily because of the impact it will have on the Osage Nation,” says Byron Bighorse, CEO of Osage Casinos. "However, the health and safety of our employees and guests is our top priority. We are in a time when the entire community needs to pull together for what is best, and that is preventing the spread of this global pandemic.”

March 18, 2020
3:23 p.m.

BattleCreek Church Announces Online Church Services Until April 5

BattleCreek Church services on both campuses are canceled until April 5. The church will hold online church services until then.

Church ONLINE: Sunday, March 22nd and Sunday March 29th at 9am, 11am, and 1pm!

Online Prayer Services: LIVE on Facebook and Instagram at 12pm EVERYDAY except Sunday.

March 18, 2020
2:57 p.m.

7 Tulsa area Life Church locations Closed This Weekend

To help prevent the spread of the coronavirus in our community, the 7 Tulsa area Life Church locations will not be open this weekend.

This includes:
Life.Church Midtown Tulsa
Life.Church South Tulsa
Life.Church Broken Arrow
Life.Church Catoosa
Life.Church Jenks
Life.Church Owasso.

But that doesn’t mean we won’t have church! We’re moving all of our services to Life Church Online, so be sure to join us this weekend. []

March 18, 2020
2:42 p.m.

Woodland Hills Mall Closure

Woodland Hills Mall will close tonight at 7 p.m. and remain closed until March 29.

March 18, 2020
1:29 p.m.

USL Championship Statement

The United Soccer League announced today, following approval from the USL Championship’s Board of Governors, that the previously announced 30-day temporary suspension of play in the Championship will be extended to align with recent guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on restricting public gatherings of 50 or more people through Sunday, May 10th. To every USL Championship supporter across the country, we want to thank you for your patience and understanding during these extraordinary circumstances. As always, your safety, health and wellness are our top priority. We will continue to monitor ongoing events, receive guidance from local, state and national health authorities, and participate in a national task force comprised of other professional sports leagues and organizations from around the country. We also want to extend our support and best wishes to all the individuals and communities who have been impacted by COVID-19. We look forward to being back in action again soon.

FC Tulsa Statement

Today, the USL Championship announced an extension of its suspension of the 2020 season through May 10 to align with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on restricting public gatherings of 50 or more people. We strongly agree that this decision is the correct one, and we remain focused on the health and safety of our fans and the greater Tulsa community. While the updated timeline means that our home matches on April 18 and May 2 have been postponed, as it stands FC Tulsa will return to action for its nationally televised match on ESPNDeportes against OKC Energy FC on May 12 before returning home on May 16 against Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC. FC Tulsa will continue to remain in contact with local and national health authorities to ensure we are making the best decisions as a club for our community during this unprecedented time. Thank you to our fans for their continued patience, understanding and support. We can't wait to take the pitch in front of you in 2020.

March 18, 2020
11:38 a.m.

Oklahoma Railway Museum temporary closing

Dear Valued Members and Guests:
The Oklahoma Railway Museum is now closed to the General Public through at least April 22nd. Depending on circumstances, this closure may be extended. It is no longer prudent to continue to offer an outdoor gathering place for the community, given the rapid spread of the coronavirus. We’re truly saddened to have to make such a decision, but we ask for your understanding in these difficult times. Oklahoma Railway Museum has not been directly affected by COVID-19. The decision to postpone services was based on new public safety guidelines released by health officials at all levels of government. We continue to monitor the constantly-changing situation carefully and respond accordingly. All of our scheduled public activities and events during this same time have been cancelled. This includes train rides, guided tours, exhibits and birthday parties. Train ride tickets will be honored at all future regular train rides, not including special trains. We will be happy to rescheduled your event or issue a refund or per your request. Also please consider donating to the museum during this trying time. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes for your visit to the museum and appreciate your patience during this time. We appreciate all of your past support, and look forward to once again welcoming you back to the Oklahoma Railway Museum. In the meantime, please stay safe and look out for your loved ones. Sincerely, Anne Murray Chilton, Museum Administrator

March 18, 2020
11:09 a.m.

Heritage Event Company

We will keep you informed of any changes that may occur in the future. Our current full schedule for 2020 is shown below:

  • Rocky Mountain Antique Festival - Castle Rock, CO - April 24-26, 2020
  • Ultimate Indoor Garage Sale - Greeley, CO [] - May 29 & 30, 2020 (Rescheduled from March 27 & 28)
  • Rocky Mountain Antique Festival - Loveland, CO - July 11 & 12, 2020 (Rescheduled from March 21 & 22)
  • Noon Lion's Club Antique Festival - Ruidoso, NM - August 28-30, 2020
  • Antique Festival of the Ozarks & Courthouse Square Postcard Show - Springfield, MO - October 24 & 25, 2020

Vintage Tulsa Show - Tulsa, OK - November 13-15, 2020

March 18, 2020
10:05 a.m.

Will Rogers Memorial Museums

Polo on the Prairie CancelledDue to curtailment of activities and in the interest of safety of the public and supporters of the Will Rogers Memorial Foundation, the Foundation announced cancellation of the May 2 Will Rogers Dog Iron Polo on the Prairie Charity Event. Planners will consider setting a Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch polo match at another time. The Kentucky Derby, which was to be a part of the same day’s activities, has been postponed. The Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Claremore and Birthplace Ranch at Oologah are closed to visitors until Tuesday, March 31. Special events are cancelled or postponed until after April 14, said Tad Jones, Museum executive director. For the latest information regarding the Museums and activities, visit

Given the increased threat that COVID-19 poses to our global community, and out of an abundance of caution, the Tulsa (Riverside), OK club will temporarily close on Tuesday, March 17th at 10pm for two weeks through March 31. This was a difficult decision to make but we believe it is the right one. We recognize that you were recently billed your monthly dues and we will credit your payment for our closed days on your next monthly bill upon reopening.
Physical and mental health is extremely important, especially during stressful and uncertain times. While we will miss seeing you in the club for the time-being, we are still here to motivate you and support you along your fitness journey. We encourage you to download the Planet Fitness app [] which includes access to fitness content and more than 500 exercises that can be done at home.
In addition, on the Planet Fitness Facebook Page [] we are hosting "Home Work-Ins" - a series of free fitness classes for everyone - that will be streamed live daily Monday – Friday at 7 p.m. ET. There is no equipment needed and all classes will be 20 minutes or less.

In an effort to reduce any potential spread of COVID-19, Discovery Lab will be closed March 16-April 5 and all scheduled events and programming have been canceled. We are closely monitoring the OK State Department of Education and the Centers for Disease Control and will re-evaluate our closure at that time.

In the meantime, go Beyond the Museum with us and experience STEM from your own home. Please stay tuned to Discovery Lab's YouTube [] and social media for new content that is engaging for the whole family.

Thank you for your patience as we do our best to keep our guests and our staff safe and healthy.

Thursday, March 19

9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Latino Community

Development Agency

420 SW 10th St.

Oklahoma City 73109

Saturday, March 21

9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Feria de Salud

3207 South Boulevard

Edmond 73013

Monday, March 23

10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

WCD WIC – El Reno

1623 Route 66

El Reno 73036

Thursday, March 19

1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Utica Park Clinic

10512 N. 110th East Ave.

Owasso 74055

Wednesday, March 25

1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Tulsa Mingo WIC

9924 E. 21st St.

Tulsa 74129

For Coronavirus Closings in Oklahoma from March 12, 2020 through March 17, 2020, click here.

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