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  • Wisconsin public schools — closed through the duration of the public health emergency.

  • All Duluth Public Library locations are closed until further notice.
  • Northland College in Ashland — suspended its in-person classes through at least April 17.
  • All Minnesota State campuses — spring break extended; exploring alternative modes of delivery.
  • All University of Minnesota Extension in-person programs are canceled through May 15. This applies to all county, regional and statewide programs, such as 4-H, Extension Master Gardeners and Naturalists, and nutrition and agriculture programs. Extension's county, regional and statewide offices will remain open and employees will be at work.
  • FIRST suspended its robotics season.

  • The WIAA canceled the rest of the state girls basketball tournament and the boys basketball sectional finals and state tournament.

  • All University of Minnesota Duluth School of Fine Arts events are canceled through April 1, including student shows, recitals, festivals, concerts and lectures. UMD has also canceled all admissions campus visits during that time as well as commencement ceremonies. The full list of UMD's canceled events can be found at www.d.umn.edu/coronavirus/events-updates.

  • The Reservation Business Committee of the Fond du Lac Reservation canceled all public events.

  • Lakeside Presbyterian Church worship services are canceled.

  • Unitarian Universalist Church of Duluth's 10:30 a.m. Sunday worship service will be live-streamed via its Facebook page.

  • Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay, Ontario, closed through April 5.

  • Duluth Bethel temporarily suspended its recovery support group meetings at Bethel, as well as the Saturday Night Speaker meeting, Women's Sunday Dream Catcher meeting and Monday Night AA meeting.

  • All Minnesota Department of Natural Resources public deer meetings are canceled statewide.

  • The Ashland Job Center in Ashland, Wisconsin, and the Spooner Job Center in Spooner, Wisconsin, are closed until April 6.

  • The Superior YMCA facility and programs are closed until April 5. Child care will remain open.

  • The Natural Resources Research Institute, University of Minnesota Duluth is canceling activities at its Duluth and Coleraine facilities through April 1.

  • The St. Louis County Jail, Northeast Regional Corrections Center and Arrowhead Juvenile Center have suspended in-person visitations until further notice.

  • The Minnesota Discovery Center in Chisholm has closed its campus. All events, venue rentals and site visits are canceled.

  • Trinity Episcopal Church of Hermantown is closed until April 4.

  • Faith Lutheran Church, Culver; First Lutheran Church, Meadowlands; St. John's Lutheran Church, Saginaw; and St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Canyon; have canceled their soup suppers and worship.

  • Duluth Salvation Army church services and midweek meetings are suspended. Also, its rookie basketball spring 3-on-3 league is canceled.

  • Pilgrim Lutheran Church in Superior is closed. Sunday worship service will be live-streamed via its Facebook page and website.

  • Pilgrim Congregational Church of Duluth suspended all services.

  • Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Two Harbors canceled all church activities until further notice.

  • St. Anthony Catholic Congregation in Superior canceled its fish dinners until further notice.

  • Essentia Health closed its Center for Personal Fitness at the Miller Hill Mall in Duluth until further notice.

  • The Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth is closed.

  • The Great Lakes Aquarium in Duluth is closed until April 15.

  • The Duluth Family Area YMCA's facilities and fitness services are closed. The YMCA will continue to provide essential child care and food distribution.

  • The Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center is closed until further notice.

  • Masses are suspended in the Diocese of Superior churches until further notice. This includes parishes of Cathedral of Christ the King, Holy Assumption, St. William, St. Francis Xavier and St. Anthony churches in Superior and Lake Nebagamon.

  • Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church suspended in-person worship until April 5.

  • The Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center in Duluth is closed until further notice.

  • The Tweed Museum of Art at the University of Minnesota Duluth is closed until at least April 1.

  • The Travel Wisconsin Welcome Center is closed until further notice.

  • The Chamber of Superior-Douglas County canceled or postponed its events, or made virtual arrangements, through the end of May. Offices are closed to public, but staff will be available by phone or email.

  • The Dave Goldberg, Lincoln Park and Superior branches of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland are closed.

  • The Hermantown Governmental Services Building is closed to the public indefinitely. Members of city staff will be available to conduct business and meet citizen needs despite the closure.

  • Road tests through the Minnesota Department of Public Safety/Department of Vehicle Services are canceled.

  • The "Refire luncheon" and "Refire UP" in Carlton are canceled until further notice.

  • The Superior Public Library is closed to the public until further notice. Items can be requested by calling or at superiorlibrary.org for pickup, with library staff delivering items to the patron's vehicle.

  • Pine Hill Lutheran Church services are canceled.

  • The Arrowhead Library System Bookmobile service is suspended.

  • Western Lake Superior Sanitary District has closed all of its facilities to the public until further notice, including the Materials Recovery Center and Household Hazardous Waste Facility, both in Duluth.

  • Grand Portage National Monument’s Heritage Center is closed until further notice.

  • Animal Allies Adoption Center is closed to casual visitors; Humane Education camps and volunteer group training canceled through April 30.
  • Duluth Diocese has suspended all public Masses through April 20.
  • Our Savior's Evangelical Church in Duluth has canceled church services, meetings and special events.
  • Voyageurs National Park has closed its Rainy Lake Visitor Center and offices until further notice, though the park remains open to visitors.

  • The Miller Hill Mall in Duluth is closed.

  • The Superior, Lincoln Park, Grand Rapids and Greenway branches of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland are closed.

  • Concordia Lutheran Church in Duluth has canceled all in-person worships and meetings through April 14.

  • The monthly multiple sclerosis support groups in Hibbing are canceled until May.

  • All services at Jesus is Life Ministries and Church in Duluth are canceled until further notice. Sunday services can be viewed at jlwm.org/sermon-replays.

  • University of Wisconsin-Superior has canceled or postponed events until April 13. The full list can be found at uwsuper.edu/newscenter.

  • Lutheran Church of Good Shepard has suspended all in-person worships and meetings. Worship services will be available online at lcgsduluth.org.

  • Pioneer Parish canceled meetings and services at all four of its churches until April 10. The four churches include Country Peace Presbyterian Church in Superior, Brule Presbyterian Church in Brule, St. Croix Presbyterian Church in Gordon and First Presbyterian Church in Lake Nebagamon. Presbyterian Pioneer Parish in Superior will remain open Tuesdays through Thursdays for phone calls and appointments.

  • Good Hope Church in both Cloquet and Morgan Park will hold services online only.

  • Elim Lutheran Church of Duluth is closed until further notice. Visit the church's website for updates.

  • The Wisconsin Sea Grant's "River Talk" series about the St. Louis River Estuary is postponed until further notice.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1

  • The Arrowhead Home & Builder Show at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center is canceled.
  • The North Country Trail Association's informational event at Thirsty Pagan Brewing in Superior is postponed. New dates will be determined.
  • Author event "Lynchings in Duluth" at Two Harbors Public Library is canceled.

THURSDAY, APRIL 2

  • The Duluth Playhouse's production of "Monty Python's Spamalot" is postponed. New dates will be determined.
  • The Arrowhead Home & Builder Show at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center is canceled.

  • University of Minnesota Duluth rescheduled its 125th Anniversary Celebration for the fall.

  • Ham bingo at St. Rose Church in Proctor is canceled.

  • Barnum's AGE to age Tech & Coffee is canceled.

  • The College of St. Scholastica has canceled "Should Abortion Remain Legal? Civil Debate on a Controversial Topic."

FRIDAY, APRIL 3

  • The Duluth Playhouse's production of "Monty Python's Spamalot" is postponed. New dates will be determined.
  • The Arrowhead Home & Builder Show at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center is canceled.

  • The Knights of Columbus fish fry at St. Raphael Church in Duluth is canceled.

  • The College of St. Scholastica Theatre's production of "Incorruptible" is postponed. The play will be performed this fall.

SATURDAY, APRIL 4

  • "A Christian Case for Climate Action" with Paul Douglas at First United Methodist Church in Duluth is postponed.
  • The Duluth Playhouse's production of "Monty Python's Spamalot" is postponed. New dates will be determined.

  • The Arrowhead Home & Builder Show at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center is canceled.

  • MercyMe's concert at Amsoil Arena is postponed. Expected to be rescheduled in the fall.

  • The College of St. Scholastica canceled "Still I Rise."

  • The College of St. Scholastica Theatre's production of "Incorruptible" is postponed. The play will be performed this fall.

  • The Duluth Fiber Handcrafters Guild's fiber rummage sale has been postponed until a later date.

SUNDAY, APRIL 5

  • The Duluth Playhouse's production of "Monty Python's Spamalot" is postponed. New dates will be determined.
  • The Arrowhead Home & Builder Show at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center is canceled.

  • St. Francis Church in Superior canceled its annual roast beef dinner.

  • St. Rose Church in Proctor canceled its spring chicken dinner.

  • The College of St. Scholastica Theatre's production of "Incorruptible" is postponed. The play will be performed this fall.

THURSDAY, APRIL 9

  • The Douglas County Deer Advisory Council meeting is canceled; a conference call will be held instead.

MONDAY, APRIL 13

  • The Wisconsin Conservation Congress and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources are canceling the in-person portion of the Spring Hearing public meetings. The public can provide online input through a link on the spring hearing page, which will go live at 7 p.m. and remain open for three days.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15

  • The North Country Trail Association's informational event on volunteering for the trail will now be offered online at 7 p.m. Register at www.meetup.com/sscbhikers.

THURSDAY, APRIL 16

  • The College of St. Scholastica Theatre's production of "Incorruptible" is postponed. The play will be performed this fall.

FRIDAY, APRIL 17

  • The College of St. Scholastica Theatre's production of "Incorruptible" is postponed. The play will be performed this fall.

SATURDAY, APRIL 18

  • Tony G 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament at the University of Wisconsin-Superior is canceled.
  • The College of St. Scholastica Theatre's production of "Incorruptible" is postponed. The play will be performed this fall.

  • Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Duluth has canceled its high tea event.

SUNDAY, APRIL 19

  • The College of St. Scholastica Theatre's production of "Incorruptible" is postponed. The play will be performed this fall.
  • Tony G 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament at the University of Wisconsin-Superior is canceled.

SATURDAY, APRIL 22

  • Duluth Local Initiatives Support Corp. annual celebration luncheon is postponed until a later date.

FRIDAY, APRIL 24

  • The Solon Springs Educational Foundation postponed the annual fish fry and Wall of Honor presentation.

SATURDAY, MAY 2

  • 8th District DFL Convention at Grand Casino in Hinckley, Minnesota, is canceled.

  • Honor Flight Northland postponed its trip to Washington D.C.

  • St. Anthony Catholic Congregation in Superior canceled its spring tea event.

THURSDAY, MAY 7

  • Duluth Lions Club's Pancake Day is rescheduled for Sept. 10.

FRIDAY, MAY 15

  • The United Way of Northeastern Minnesota's "Bull Ride for the Brave" event in Hibbing is canceled. The cash raffle has been postponed until a later date.

SATURDAY, MAY 16

  • The 2020 Duluth Dylan Fest is canceled. It was slated to run through May 24.
  • Veterans Memorial Hall canceled its VMH 5K Fun Run/Walk in Duluth. Registration fees are nonrefundable, but wil be valid and applied should the race be rescheduled.

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