PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There are several closures, cancellations and postponements of events in Philadelphia and around the region amid coronavirus concerns. Here is a list of closures, cancellations and postponements:

  • Philadelphia’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade (canceled)
  • National Constitution Center temporarily closes to public
  • Chester County closing libraries, county parks and trails for two weeks
  • Adam Sandler’s comedy show at Mark G. Etess Arena at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City (postponed)
  • Dan + Shay country concert at the Wells Fargo Center (postponed)
  • Performance Garage – Force of Nature (canceled)
  • 2020 Lehigh Valley Auto Show and Gala (postponed)
  • Elmwood Park Zoo closed to the public until March 27
  • 2020 Miss Philadelphia competition postponed
  • Wells Fargo Center has postponed all events for the rest of March
  • All scheduled Philadelphia Orchestra rehearsals, performances and events canceled through March 23
  • Widener University cancels two-part recital series starting March 5
  • NHL suspends season — no Flyers games
  • NBA suspends season — no Sixers games
  • MLB delays Opening Day — no word on when first Phillies game will be
  • WellSprings Congregation in Chester Springs is suspending all in-person gatherings until further notice
  • The Boyd Gaming Corporation closes Valley Forge Casino until March 27
  • Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City suspends entertainment until mid-April
  • Participating bars of Erin Express cancels buses on Saturday, March 14
  • First State Brew Tours in Delaware suspends public tour operations until further notice
  • Love Run scheduled for Sunday, March 29 moved to Oct. 10
  • The Pool After Dark nightclub at Harrah’s Resort will be closed through Wednesday, March 25th.  All pre-purchased tickets will be automatically refunded at the point of purchase. The Pool will remain open during the day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily as a resort amenity for Harrah’s guests
  • The World Series of Poker tournament running through 16th has been canceled
  • The Blood, Sweat, & Tears performance at The Concert Venue will be postponed
  • Penn Museum temporarily closing
  • National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia temporarily closing to public
  • St. Patrick’s Block Party by Stove and Tap in Lansdale canceled for Saturday, March 14
  • Women on East Passyunk Panel by East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District postponed until summer or fall — canceled for Tuesday, March 17
  • QOTA LGBT Happy Hour – Anniversary Event by East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District posted to fall, canceled for March 24
  • East Passyunk Easter Egg Hunt by East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District may change from Saturday, April 4
  • Philadelphia’s 89th Annual Easter Promenade by South Street Headhouse District canceled for Sunday, April 12
  • Flavors on the Avenue Street Festival by East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District canceled for Sunday, April 26
  • 8th Annual South Street Spring Festival by South Street Headhouse District canceled on Saturday, May 2
  • 8th Annual Maifest by Brauhaus Schmitz canceled for Saturday, May 2
  • 11th Annual IPA, Champagne and Rose Block Party by By Hawthornes Beer Cafe and Wine Dive postponed tentatively to summer 2020
  • Haddon Township announces cancellation of St. Paddy’s Day Pub Crawls and St. Paddy’s on Haddon Square celebrations for Saturday, March 14 and Tuesday, March 17
  • The Franklin Institute, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Barnes Foundation and The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University will close for a minimum of two weeks
  • The Museum of the American Revolution will close through Tuesday, March 31
  • Parx Racing® has canceled live horse racing for two weeks amid the coronavirus outbreak
  • Rivers Casino in Philadelphia will close for at least two weeks beginning Sunday
  • Betsy Ross House is closed until further notice
  • Berks History Center closed after Saturday, March 14
  • Adventure Aquarium temporarily closing to the public, effective Monday, March 16. Plans to reopen to the public on Saturday, March 28.
  • Effective March 15, the Free Library of Philadelphia will close all locations to the public through March 29, at which point they will reevaluate.
  • Effective March 15, at 6 a.m., Parx Casino will close temporarily.
  • Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial will temporarily close until Friday, March 27
  • City Tavern in Philadelphia will temporarily close beginning Monday
  • Gov. Tom Wolf has ordered all Philly suburbs restaurants to close dine-in service
  • Yards Brewery in Philadelphia closing temporarily
  • Burlington County offices closed to the public
  • Camelback Resort will close the Ski Mountain and Snowtubing Park on Tuesday, March 17 at 4 p.m. It will reopen on April 2.
  • All Camden County Library branches will close until April 13. Camden County Technical School campuses are implementing remote learning until March 30.
  • Morey’s Piers & Resorts postponing opening day until Mother’s Day weekend, May 8-10
  • Philadelphia Zoo temporarily closing, beginning Tuesday, March 17
  • Dover International Speedway postpones NASCAR tripleheader scheduled for May 1 through May 3
  • Diocese of Camden suspending all public weekday and Sunday masses until further notice
  • Historic sites in Philadelphia including the Liberty Bell, Ben Franklin Museum and other sites are now closed. The outdoor park areas will remain open.
  • Susan G. Komen Philadelphia postpones the 2020 “More Than Pink” Walk scheduled for Mother’s Day, May 10. The new date will be determined later.
  • The 82nd annual Dad Vail Regatta scheduled for Friday, May 8, and Saturday, May 9, has been canceled, officials say.
  • The Broad Street Run has been postponed until Oct. 4, 2020. Registration will automatically transfer unless the runner wishes to transfer it. The normal $15 transfer fee will be waived. Runners can also defer their registration until 2021.
  • Adventure Aquarium in Camden is closed until further notice.
  • Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware (canceled)
  • Stotesbury Cup Regatta (canceled)
  • The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, May 21-31 (canceled)
  • The Crayola Experience is closed until further notice
  • Eagles Autism Foundation (postponed)