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The Osage Women's Connection will have no monthly meetings until further notice.
Cedar Summerstock Theatre's season has been postponed to 2021.
NIACC is closing campus beginning Monday March 23.
Burgmeier Dentistry's Mason City and St. Ansgar locations are closed March 16-April 13. It is still open for emergency care cases.
The CRC closed March 16 and plans to be closed for 30 days.
Mitchell County Courthouse will be closed starting at 8am on March 18. No public access will be allowed. County offices will remain staffed and you will need to call ahead to determine if an in person visit is necessary. There will be a drop box in the front entrance of the courthouse to drop off any business.
Mitchell County Regional Health Center requires you to call ahead before coming into any of the clinics. Call Osage at 641-732-6100 and St. Ansgar at 641-736-4401.
Sterling Pharmacy will be closed to the public starting March 19. The pharmacies will remain open and continue to fill prescriptions, but patients will need to receive their orders via curbside pick-up, free home delivery, or free mail delivery.
OMU Office will have normal operating hours from 7:30 am- 4:00 pm., but will only be doing business through the drive through window.
Osage Staff Motel and Lounge closed until March 31.
Osage Senior Citizen Center will be closed until April 13. No meals will be served and all activities are suspended.
Osage Public Library is closed to the public until further notice. Drive-up services will be available from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday-Saturday.
Diamond Jo Casino is closed through the end of March.
NIACC's StartSmart event has been cancelled.
First Citizen Bank will be making changes to all locations. Starting March 18 and lasting until April 6 all lobbies will be closed to walk-ins. Customers can still make appointments. Business hours will remain the same.
CUSB Bank will be making changes to all locations. Starting March 19 and until further notice all lobbies will be closed to walk-ins. Customers can still make appointments. Business hours will remain the same.
The 5th Belle of the Ball is canceled. Refunds will be provided upon request.
ISU Extension and Outreach's Equine Extravaganza has been postponed.
NIACC's TechBrew has been cancelled.
Heartland Power Cooperative Annual Meeting is still scheduled for March 24, but will be held at the Heartland Power Cooperative office in St. Ansgar. The business part of the meeting will be the only thing happening, has the meal and entertainment portions are canceled.
ISU Extension and Outreach's Private Pesticide Applicator Training is postponed.
The Amazing Chemistry Show at the Osage Alliance Church has been canceled.
ISU Extension and Outreach's AG Breakfast is postponed.
ISU Extension and Outreach Mandatory 4-H Swine Meeting has been changed to a webinar.
The Top Invitational League of Legends Tournament is canceled.
43 North Iowa's Dancing for the Dream event will be postponed until Saturday, June 27th from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake.
NIACC's North Iowa Job and Career Fair has been canceled.
ISU Extension and Outreach's Swine Weigh-in has been canceled. The May 15 livestock ID deadline has been extended to June 1.
The Osage Women's Connection meeting has been canceled.
Eden Presbyterian Church, Rudd is currently holding online worship through Facebook Live on Sunday and Wednesday mornings at 10:30 a.m. A Maundy Thursday service will be held April 9 at 6:30 p.m., and a Good Friday service will be held on April 10 at 6:30 p.m., both on Facebook Live.
NIACC's Pathways to Success has been canceled.
NIACC's Blood Drive has been canceled.
NIACC's IT Summit has been canceled.
The 2020 Iowa Farm to School and Early Care Conference has been postponed. There will be a virtual gathering Friday, June 19 from 1-3 p.m.. The in-person conference will be rescheduled for June 2021.
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