WHEN WILL THEY REOPEN? - Current list of Tentative Re-Open Dates

WHEN WILL THEY REOPEN? - Current list of Tentative Re-Open Dates

More About WHEN WILL THEY REOPEN? - Current list of Tentative Re-Open Dates

ACCORDING TO THE STATE MANDATE TO STAY AT HOME APRIL 7 IS THE FIRST POSSIBLE DATE FOR ANY NON_ESSENTIAL BUSINESS TO REOPEN. Please disregard any date prior to this until we can update them.

Here is a list of what the State considers ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES: click for details

Below is a list of closures of SCHOOLS, LIBRARIES, PARK DISTRICTS, THEATERS, VILLAGES and CITIES as well as Sporting EVENTS and for how long if given.

This is the current information we have. Please note that since the situation is unprecedented and fluid the dates could change at any time. It is best to check back often or refer to their website for updated information.

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PARK DISTRICTS

+ Antioch - Next event is listed as April 9
+ Crystal Lake - Thru at least April 7th
+ Fox Lake - Thru at least April 7th
+ Grayslake - Thru at least April 7th
+ Gurnee -Thru at least April 7th
+ Lake Forest - Thru at least April 7th
+ Lindenhurst - Thru at least April 7th
+ McHenry - Thru at least April 7th
+ Round Lake - Thru at least April 7th
+ Wauconda - Thru at least April 7th

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LIBRARIES

NOTE: While the Libraries are closed so are their book drops. Do not return books until they reopen. Late Fees will not be imposed.

+ Antioch - Thru at least April 7th
+ Crystal Lake - Thru at least April 7th
+ Fox Lake - Thru at least April 7th
+ Grayslake - Thru at least April 7th
+ Gurnee (Warren/Newport) - Thru at least April 7th
+ Johnsburg - Until Further Notice
+ Lake Bluff - Until Further Notice
+ Lake Forest -Thru at least April 7th
+ Lake Villa District Library - Thru at least April 7th
+ Libertyville (Cook & Aspen) - Until Further Notice
+ McHenry - Until Further Notice - This Library has increased their hoopla digital checkouts to 50 titles per month.
+ Mundelein (Freemont) - Until Further Notice
+ Richmond Area (Nippersink) Thru at least April 7th
+ Round Lake Area - Until Further Notice
+ Vernon Hills Area - Until Further Notice
+ Wauconda - Until Further Notice

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SCHOOLS
Thru at least April 7th

At the current time most schools are off, for "Spring Break" from March 23-27th and another week in which most will do e-learning if authorized. No school can reopen before April 8th.

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THEATERS, SPORTS, CONCERTS & other Large Venues

All performances/events in Illinois with over 1,000 attendees are cancelled through May 1.

PM&L in Antioch -
At least April 13th. As such RIPCORD is Cancelled and tickets sales are on hold for ANGELS n AMERICA: Millennium Approaches and registration for Stage Struck Youth Theatre production of The Little Mermaid Jr. is also on hold.

RAUE CENTER - Crystal Lake
ALLSTATE - Rosemont
UNITED CENTER - Chicago

BULLS
BLACKHAWKS
WOLVES
CUBS
WHITe SOX
CHICAGO FIRE FC

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HIGH SCHOOL & COLLEGIATE SPORTS & AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
Thru at least April 7th

We assume these sports and other extracurriculars will resume/be rescheduled once schools are back in session or cancelled once a determination is made on schools reopening.

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CITIES and VILLAGES
Thru at least April 7th

Cities and Villages have instituted no public accessibility. They encourage you to use US Mail, Box Drops if available and electronic payments.

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CHURCHES
Thru at least April 7th

To see LIVESTREAMS of Church Services, Sermons, Bible Studies, and Prayer Sessions - click for details
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Great Wolf Lodge
Closed through at least May 19th

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OTHER ARTICLES:
Looking for something to do until then? Check out these FUN THINGS TO DO AT HOME: click for details

Don't be afraid, Be Informed. Get information on the virus, its implications, precautions, and how to talk about it etc... See this link for 12 HELPFUL LINKS about the VIRUS: click for details

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Date: March 31, 2020






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