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Schools grab and go meals, some delivery

 

Due to a high level of interest in receiving free grab and go meals or delivered meals in area school surveys, schools have made the decision to offer door-to-door delivery of this food.

Parents and guardians should have received emails or notice via social media regarding each school’s offerings.

 

Libraries close

 

The Prairie du Chien Public Library and Soldiers Grove Public Library, as well as the libraries in McGregor and Monona, Iowa, are now closed until further notice. All related events have also been canceled or postponed at this time.

 

No public masses

 

The Archdioceses of La Crosse and Madison announced Monday that all public celebrations of holy mass are canceled. Parishioners are invited to attend masses via live stream online, where available.

 

Meal sites close

 

The Aging and Disability Resource Center made the decision to close all of its senior centers and meals sites until further notice.  Individuals who attend the sites have the option to receive a home-delivered meal. Please contact the agency at 326-0235 to set that up.

 

Impact on businesses

 

As of Tuesday, a state-wide requirement was released banning no more than 10 people to gather at any one place, with some exceptions.Bars and restaurants are among those required to close for in-restaurant dining. Many local establishments are offering more carry out and delivery options or restricting the number of patrons who can enter, in addition to increased cleaning efforts. 

 

The same goes for many other small businesses. Please check out their social media pages or contact them directly if you have questions.

 

Events on hold

 

The spread of COVID-19 has cancelled or postponed many events. Among those affected were:

 

•Music Fights Back - June 26-27, canceled 

•Dancing with the Hawkettes - scheduled for March 21, rescheduled for Aug. 1

•The Cat’s Pajamas concert at PdC High School - scheduled March 19, no new date set

•Chris Kroeze concert at PdC High School - scheduled for March 28, no new date set

•Republican Party Lincoln Day event - scheduled March 28, no new date set

•Friends of the Villa Louis annual dinner - scheduled for April 2, no new date set

•All PdC Parks and Recreation activities - on hold until further notice

•Come for Supper at PdC St. Peter Church - scheduled for March 19, now carryout only

•PdC DNR Boat Safety Class - canceled, no new date set

•MFL MarMac Friends Helping Friends Winter Benefit - scheduled for March 20-21 and moved to May 8-9

•Clayton County Democratic Convention - scheduled for March 21, no new date set

•Marquette 100th Anniversary Celebration - scheduled for March 27-28, no new date set

•AMVETS Post #27 Fish Fry - scheduled for April 3, no new date set

•Effigy Mounds National Monument Winter Stories - postponed indefinitely, but the hiking trails remain open

 

This is a partial list of cancellations or postponed activities. The Courier Press is working to compile a more comprehensive, and continuously updated list of these events. Please visit pdccourier.com, or check our Facebook page for more up-to-date information throughout this situation. If you planned to attend an event, please call ahead to ensure if it is still happening and learn about any changes made. Also, please contact our office with any events you wish listed, at 326-2441.

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