Coronavirus Cancellations

MARYVILLE, Mo. — For the health and safety of Nodaway County residents during the Coronavirus pandemic, numerous local events have been postponed or canceled.

  • The following Maryville High School events have been canceled, according to a Maryville R-II text alert: Scholar Bowl set for Saturday, Speech and Debate originally scheduled for Friday, March 13 and Saturday March 14 and the baseball jamboree.

  • The Pancake Breakfast at the American Legion in Conception Junction set for Sunday, March 15 has been postponed to a later day.

  • The Children’s Business Fair originally scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 14 has been postponed. The make-up date tentatively set for 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 25. “For the health and safety of the Maryville Community, the Maryville Public Library has made the difficult decision to postpone the Children's Business Fair indefinitely,” according to a library social media post. “We will keep you updated as future plans are made.”

  • The Grow with Google event originally set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 24 at The Bridge in Maryville has been postponed until further notice, according to a Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce social media post.

  • Effective Thursday, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nodaway County strongly recommends that all Bigs and Littles avoid in-person match outings until March 30 at a minimum. The organization is considering its options regarding the upcoming Bowl for Kids’ Sake and Big Draft events. No decision to cancel the event has been made.

  • According to a Casey’s General Store news release, on Thursday it temporarily discontinued the use of refillable mugs and cups in its stores.

  • The NCAA Men’s Tournament originally scheduled to be held at Northwest Missouri State University has been canceled.

  • Northwest has postponed in-person classes until Monday, March 23.

  • Out of caution, park and site programs and events sponsored by Missouri State Parks are postponed or canceled now through April 30. "We are closely monitoring the progression of COVID-19 and its effect on our community," according to Missouri State Parks news release. "We’re sorry for any inconvenience; however, your safety is our top priority."

To have your event listed in this regularly updated list, contact Skye Pournazari at skyep@maryvilledailyforum.com, 660-562-2424 or on the Maryville Forum’s social media.

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