What's Closed in Philadelphia During Coronavirus Closures

What's Closed in Philadelphia During Coronavirus Closures

What's Closed in Philadelphia During Coronavirus Closures

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Philadelphia, PAClosed Philadelphia - The following events have been canceled, changed or postponed due to following local, state and federal recommendations in relationship to COVID-19

 Please stay tuned for additional updates. 

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The following businesses are considered non-essential and have been ordered to close:

  • Community and recreation centers.
  • Gyms, including yoga, spin and barre facilities.
  • Hair and nail salons and spas.
  • Casinos, concert venues, and theaters.
  • Bars and liquor stores.
  • Sports facilities and golf courses.
  • Most retail facilities, including shopping malls.

Pennsylvania liquor stores are closed indefinitely. Online liquor sales at www.FineWineAndGoodSpirits.com will stop taking orders at 5 p.m. Monday. Beer and wine will still be available at grocery stores.

Philadelphia Schools Closed During Coronavirus Closures -  All public schools for two weeks starting Monday, March 16, due to a lack of teachers as neighboring counties work to combat the novel coronavirus. The announcement was made Friday by the School District of Philadelphia Superintendent William Hite.
Library - All Free Library locations will be closed to the public March 15 through March 29, at which point we will reevaluate. Find the latest updates and information on the Free Library`s response to COVID-19.
Philadelphia Sports Teams - The MLB, NHL, NBA, NCAA, and MLS have either canceled or postponed their seasons.

Philadelphia Event Status During Coronavirus Closures

St. Patrick’s Block Party 
Saturday, March 14, 2020
By Stove and Tap
At Stove and Tap Lansdale, 329 W. Main Street, Lansdale 19446 
Status: The block party is canceled. At this time, food and drink specials will be available at this time inside. There will be no block party, music, hot dog contest,  etc. 
Tuesday, March 17, 2020 
Women on East Passyunk Panel 
By East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District 
Status: Postponed until summer or fall - canceled for Tuesday. 
Tuesday, March 24, 2020 
QOTA LGBT Happy Hour - Anniversary Event 
By East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District 
Status: Postponed to the fall, canceled for March 24
Saturday, April 4, 2020 
East Passyunk Easter Egg Hunt
By East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District 
Status: Stay tuned as the structure of this event may change. TBD. 
Sunday, April 12, 2020
Philadelphia’s 89th Annual Easter Promenade
By South Street Headhouse District  Status: Cancelled
Sunday, April 26, 2020 
Flavors on the Avenue Street Festival
By East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District  Status: Cancelled
Saturday, May 2, 2020
8th Annual South Street Spring Festival

By South Street Headhouse District Status: Cancelled

8th Annual Maifest
By Brauhaus Schmitz  Status: Cancelled 
Saturday, May 9, 2020
11th Annual IPA, Champagne, and Rose Block Party
By Hawthornes Beer Cafe and Wine Dive  Status: Postponed tentatively to summer 2020

Closed Temporary in Philadelphia During Coronavirus Closures

Yards Brewing - The taproom will still be open for take-out beer and to-go food orders, while additional measures are being taken to ensure the safety of our staff that will be remaining on-site. We are also in the process of coordinating a delivery program to bring YARDS to customers in and around the city; stay tuned to our social media channels for more details on that in the coming days.

Parx Racing -  announced today that it will stop live racing for the next two weeks and close the racetrack. Parx Racing is canceling live racing in response to recommendations by the Pennsylvania government to cancel or postpone large events in connection with the Covid-19 epidemic. We will continue to monitor recommendations made, and comply with any instructions and directions provided by government agencies. Please check www.parxracing.com for updates.

Harrah’s Philadelphia - For the well-being of our team members and guests, Harrah’s Philadelphia will be temporarily closed effective at 6:00 am, Saturday, March 14, 2020.

Rivers Casino Philadelphia -  Will be temporarily closing to the public due to COVID-19

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Residents can get COVID-19 updates sent to their phones. Text COVIDPHL to 888-777 to receive free alerts with information and updates from the Health Department. Information is also being updated daily on the Philadelphia Department of Public Health’s webpage www.phila.gov/covid-19.

Health Commissioner Thomas Farley recommends canceling or postponing any event with more than 50 people, from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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