Canceled occasions in Memphis and the Center South

As public gatherings and events in Memphis and the Middle South are postponed and canceled, we will update this list.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – On the advice of the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control, both local government agencies and private companies have decided to close shops and cancel or postpone events in hopes that social isolation will slow the spread of coronavirus cases or prevent them in Memphis and the Middle South.

Below is an up-to-date list of closed stores and postponed or canceled events. Keep in mind that many restaurants have closed their dining rooms but offer takeout and delivery options. If you know of any items that should be added to this list, please email us at [email protected]

CLOSED

Several Wells Fargo Tennessee offices have been temporarily closed and office hours have been adjusted. Check the Wells Fargo website for the status of branch offices and ATM locations for the most up-to-date information

Hu. hotel is temporarily closed until further notice.

The American Job Centers (AJC) In Shelby, Fayette, Lauderdale and Tipton, counties have been closed with effect from March 23rd until further notice.

The little tea shop is closed until further notice.

Hattiloo breaks off the performances until May 1st.

Southaven Springfest 2020 canceled.

Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum and the Memphis Music Hall of Fame is closed until at least March 31st.

Germantown Municipal Building are closed to the public until Wednesday, March 17th, 5 p.m.

The National Civil Rights Museum will remain closed on March 17th until further notice.

The Memphis Zoo only excludes its indoor exhibitions and Cathouse Dining. The prices are lowered because they have fewer exhibits.

The Pink Palace museum familyThe Pink Palace, Lichterman Nature Center, Mallory-Neely House and Magevney House are closed to the public until further notice.

The Memphis Children’s Museum will be closed from March 17th. Their press release did not include a reopening date, but they said, “Our employees will continue to monitor published health updates and post all updates on our website and social channels.”

The Brooks Museum will be closed until March 31st.

Stax Museum will be closed from March 18th and all events until April 30th will be postponed

The metal museum remains closed until further notice. In addition, all events have been postponed until April 4th.

Memphis City Libraries will be closed on Wednesday, March 18th until further notice. If you have something new to read, you can still use services like Libby to check out ebooks with your library card number.

Mississippi casinos are closed until further notice.

The Kroc Center will be closed until further notice

Memphis Rox will be closed from March 18th until at least March 31st.

Southern College of Optometry is closed in favor of distance lectures. The Eye center at SCO will suspend regular eye care, but emergency care will continue

Memphis VA Medical Center will restrict visitor access with the exception of hospice and palliative patients.

Withers Collection Museum and Gallery will be temporarily closed to the public until further notice.

Woodruff Fontaine’s House is closed until March.

Macy’s closed all locations across the country through March 31, including those in Memphis and the Mid-South.

The REI at 5959 Poplar Ave. Memphis will be closed March 16-27

Malco theater are closed until further notice.

Earnestine and Hazel is closed until further notice.

Starbucks Interior is closed. They only allow passages.

Chick-fil-a Dining room is closed. They only allow passages.

Central grill offers roadside pick-up for all orders.

Nordstrom All stores, including Nordstrom Rack, will close on March 17th until further notice. Online sales remain open.

Jimmy Johns The Memphis locations are pickup, transit and delivery only. Shops in Winchester and Downtown close at 5:00 p.m. each evening, and the Cordova, Germantown, and Poplar-White Station locations close at 7:00 p.m. each day.

Main event will be closed from March 17th until further notice.

CANCELED

Shelby County’s Ad Hoc Public Transportation Committee meeting at the Golden Gate Cathedral was canceled. Postponing the meeting is being considered and an announcement will be made shortly.

Shelby County Schools are closed until April 6th

Arlington, Bartlett, Collierville, Germantown, Lakeland and Millington, are closed until March 31st

Hardeman County Schools is closed from March 17th to April 3rd

Catholic diocesan schools are in the extended spring break until March 20th

University of Memphis The spring break has been extended to March 22nd when they switch to online courses

Christian Brothers University will be closed until March 17th. Online courses start on March 18th

Rhodes College Classes will be canceled until March 20th before online classes begin.

University of Tennessee Health Science Center classes will be canceled until March 23 when they start online classes.

University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) Classes will be canceled until March 23, before online classes begin.

Mississippi State Classes will be canceled until March 23, before online classes begin.

Southwest Tennessee Community College Online classes start March 23rd. The college is closing all locations until further notice.

Memphis Achievement School District is closed until March 30th.

Compass Community School canceled classes until at least April 6th

Tipton County Schools are closed until March 31st.

Lemoyne Owens College Students return to class on March 30th

Shelby County Agricenter Events with 50 or more people will be canceled until March 31st.

Indie Memphis Events in March and April are canceled. You can get a refund or credit if you bought a ticket.

Taste of Memphis Event canceled for April 9th.

Shelby County General Sessions Civil Court Meetings will be canceled until March 31st. For more information about your appearance before the civil court, please call 901-222-3400

Germantown City Court will cancel all court sessions March 18-30. If you are to appear on these days, please call 901-757-7212

Southaven District Court canceled all meetings for the week March 16-20, 2020. If a lawsuit is pending, call 662-393-7042.

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has announced several cancellations and closings

Millington Parks and Recreation Department Events will be canceled until April 1st.

The Recruitment event for personnel solutions for the hospitality industry has been canceled.

Rudi E. Scheidt music school has canceled all special events, guest artist visits, and concerts for the remainder of the semester.

Postponed

Greek Festival in Memphis announces new dates: September 25-26, 2020

University of Memphis graduation ceremony, originally scheduled for May 9th, have been postponed until further notice. For more information, see the UoM FAQs page.

The ACT College Entrance Exam postpones testing in April to June. All students registered for the April 4th test date will receive an email from ACT with information on how to move to June 13th for free.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Beale Street was postponed for April 11th

Kenny Chesney at the BankPlus Amphitheater The date planned for May 13th has been postponed until further notice.

Cher on the FedEx forum was postponed for September 16

Authoring events at Novel. were postponed until April 4th.

Memphis International Raceway The 34th Super Chevy Show has been postponed to September 25-27, 2020.

The Oxford Film Festival will be postponed indefinitely.

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society ‘Big Climb Memphis‘has been postponed to October 24, 2020

The Sista Strut 3K Breast Cancer Walk at the Liberty Bowl is postponed to June 13th

MISCELLANEOUS

While the Memphis Salvation Army and the Family Store in the Middle South are not currently planning to collect donations, they are accepting donations. Click here for a list of donation points.

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