Coronavirus 411 Events
Event Cancellations & Postponements
The Fredericksburg Parks, Recreation and Events Department is postponing Summer Camp and Swim Lesson registrations that were originally scheduled to begin this evening and tomorrow morning. We will be announcing new dates shortly.
The Richardsville Fire and Rescue Chicken Dinner scheduled for March 21 has been postponed.
Due to the concern about COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame event, originally planned for March 26, 2020, was canceled.
The Race Toward Autism Acceptance and Family Festival at Old Mill Park has been rescheduled for Oct. 4
Friends of the Rappahannock has canceled the Wild & Scenic Film Festival and rescheduled its oyster roast party for Nov. 14.
Richmond International Film Festival has been postponed.
University of Mary Washington has canceled all events, including Great Lives lectures, through April 6.
“Untold Stories of Women in History: Love, Liberty, Equality” has been canceled.
The “When in the Course of Women’s Event luncheon and lecture to be held at Ristorante Renato has been postponed.
The UMW Philharmonic concert with Abigail Rockwell, set for March 21, has been canceled. Refunds will be given upon request after May 1.
The 2020 Fredericksburg Home Show, originally scheduled for March 20–22 at the Fredericksburg Expo & Conference Center, has been canceled.
The Maxwell Quartet at Culpeper County High School on March 30 has been canceled.
LibertyTown Arts Workshop is postponing large group classes for March, and possibly into April.
The White House announced that its annual Easter Egg Roll has been canceled.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade in the District, originally scheduled for April 4, has been canceled.