WATERBURY — Following Gov. Ned Lamont’s executive order prohibiting all gatherings of more than 250 people until April 30, The Palace Theater is suspending a number of performances and events.
Suspended events include Palace Pursuit: Trivia Night, March 19; “Finding Neverland,” March 20-21; Charles Esten, March 28; “An American In Paris,” April 10-11; An Intimate Evening with David Foster, April 17 and Sip n’ Shop, April 23.
Ticket-holders will be informed as events are rescheduled.
Some smaller-scaled performances and events will continue as planned, including Winter Jazz Series: Alexis Cole Duo, March 27; Palace Pursuit: Trivia Night, April 9; 2nd Act: Tom “The Suit” Forst, April 21; Palace History Tour, April 22; Spring Jazz Series: Randy Brecker and Ada Rovatti, April 24; ongoing yoga classes.
WATERBURY — The fifth annual Chris Corbett 5k, originally scheduled for Saturday, April 4, at Holy Cross High School, has been canceled.
NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck-Pomperaug chapter of Trout Unlimited has postponed its annual banquet, which was planned for April 3 at the Crystal Room.
The event will be rescheduled at a future date.
Those seeking additional information may call 203-264-9134.
BRIDGEWATER-ROXBURY-WASHINGTON — The Shepaug World Affairs Forum, originally scheduled for March 21, has been canceled.
Plans to reschedule will be announced.
SOUTHBURY — FirstLight Power is temporarily closing its public recreation facilities at Shepaug Station, effective immediately.
DANBURY — In compliance with Gov. Ned Lamont’s executive order prohibiting gatherings of more than 250 people, The Palace Danbury is suspending all shows for the next 30 days.
The theater is working with artists and agents to try to reschedule performances.
Ticket holders will be contacted once the rescheduled dates have been confirmed. At that time, they may determine whether they would like to attend the rescheduled show or receive a refund.
OAKVILLE — In response to the recent events surrounding the Covid-19 virus, Phoenix Stage Company will be suspending production until May of this year.
The production of “The Cayuga Canal Girls” will be postponed to a May 1 opening and will run through May 10. The production of “Enchanted April” has been canceled.
Those seeking additional information may call the box office at 860-417-2505 or email email@example.com.
WOODBURY — The New Morning Singer-songwriter Series this month has been postponed until Saturday, June 27 because of the coronavirus.
KENT — In response to Gov. Ned Lamont’s declaration of a State of Emergency due to the Covid-19 virus, Weantinoge Land Trust has canceled March events.
“Hiking trails remain open and we hope you find time to enjoy fresh air and exercise outdoors,” said Catherine Rawson, executive director. “Even short walks in nature can improve physical and mental health.”
Those seeking additional information may call 860-927-1927.
ROXBURY — The Minor Memorial Library has canceled all remaining programs for the month of March.
WOODBURY — A concert of Irish music by the Kerry Boys, originally scheduled for March 29 at the Woodbury Senior-Community Center, has been postponed until 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 8, as part of the WOW series.
The event is sponsored by the Woodbury Public Library.
SOUTHBURY — A concert by the UConn Chordials, originally scheduled for March 29 at South Britain Congregational Church, has been canceled.
LITCHFIELD — Due to concerns over the Covid-19 coronavirus, White Memorial has canceled all on-site and off-site programs through Wednesday, April 1.
This includes public programs and school programs.
The White Memorial property will remain open to visitors.
The museum will be open to the public and to groups of 10 or fewer individuals.
NEWTOWN — The Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, Congregation Adath Israel and Jewish Federation of Western Connecticut have canceled an afternoon of Gershwin and Friends, originally scheduled for Sunday, March 22, at Adath Israel.
The event will be rescheduled at a later date.
LITCHFIELD — Wisdom House, an interfaith Retreat and Conference Center, has canceled all programs for the rest of March.
MORRIS — The Morris Public Library’s Spring Gala and Auction, originally scheduled for March 28 at South Farms, has been postponed.
A new date will be announced soon at morrispubliclibrary.net.
NAUGATUCK — The Easterseals Chocolate and Food Festival, originally scheduled for March 28 at the Naugatuck Event Center, has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 17.
Tickets already purchased will be honored at that time.
TORRINGTON — Following Governor Lamont’s executive order prohibiting all gatherings of more than 50 people until April 30, the Warner Theatre is currently in the process of rescheduling events.
Nate Bargatze has been rescheduled to June 17.
Melissa Etheridge has been postponed with date to be determined.
“Dogfight” is postponed with date to be determined.
“The Producers” is postponed until May 2021.
Torrington Symphony Orchestra is postponed with date to be determined.
The Met Opera: Live in HD is dependent on the Met’s schedule/cancellations.
The Warner’s Annual Gala is postponed to August 29.
The box office is currently closed. When normal business hours resume, box office staff will address any exchanges or credits for those who cannot attend rescheduled dates.
SOUTHBURY — The Jewish Federation of Western Connecticut has canceled all events, including Love and Knishes and Mahjong, through the end of April.