List of canceled, postponed events grows as virus spreads

Record Staff Report

With the spread of COVID-19, resulting event cancellations and postponements have become too numerous to list.

Parishes in the Archdiocese of Louisville have been directed to cancel any events that would draw more than 50 people, including fish fries and formation events. Some parishes have closed their offices.

Government leaders in Kentucky are urging people to stay home. Restaurants and bars have been directed to stop dine-in services.

If you’re in doubt about whether an event has been canceled, check with the sponsoring organization.

Following are some major event cancellations that have been reported to The Record:
– The Festival of Faiths, which was set to hold its 25th anniversary festival next month, has been postponed.
– All events sponsored by, hosted by or permitted by Louisville Metro are canceled or postponed through April 5.
– The Louisville Metro Give a Day Week of Service, set for April 15 to 25, is postponed.
– Right to Life of Louisville is postponing its annual banquet, which was scheduled for April.

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  1. says: Beverly Owen

    NOTE: The “Maryland to Kentucky and Beyond – 2020 REUNION EVENT has been cancelled for this year due to the covid-19 situation. It has been rescheduled for June 4 & 5, 2021.

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