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COVID-19 Preparedness

3/19 Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order (starting midnight Fri. 3/20 - midnight 4/3) that bans dine-in eating & gatherings of more than 10 people. Also bans bars & gyms from being open, no visits to nursing or retirement homes and schools are closed.

April 1, 2020 COVID-19 Preparedness Update

Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau to follow Governor Abbott’s Executive Order

Kerrville, TX – Per Governor Abbott’s current Executive Order announced yesterday, March 31st, 2020, the Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau office will be closed starting April 2nd, 2020. Staff will continue to work from home until May 1st, 2020, but will continue to monitor the ongoing situation. All staff will be reachable by email, or a voice message can be left by calling our office at (830) 792-3535 which will be checked remotely throughout the day.

“Social distancing is our best tool in the fight against COVID-19, and the actions we have taken thus far have proven to be effective in limiting the spread of this virus,” said Governor Abbott. “Now it is time to redouble our efforts to reduce further exposure as much as possible and flatten the curve. As with all the actions the state is taking, the Essential Services and Activities Protocols is informed by the expertise and guidance of the CDC as well as state and local health officials. I urge my fellow Texans to heed these heightened social distancing directives to protect their health and the health of those around them. By following these guidelines, we will limit the spread of COVID-19 and overcome this challenge together.”

For local information on COVID-19 call the City’s Joint Operation line at (830) 258-1111, visit Peterson Health’s website, or call Peterson Health’s hotline at (830) 896-4200 and select Option 1.

Important tips to continue to implement to help prevent novel coronavirus as well as other respiratory viruses:
• Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth, especially with unwashed hands. • Avoid close contact with people who are showing symptoms of illness. • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. • Cover your cough or sneezes with a tissue or sneeze into your elbow. Throw the tissue in the garbage and make sure to clean your hands afterwards. • Stay home when you are sick.

For more information and updates, contact any of the following:
Joint Operation Center – (830) 258-1111; Open Mon – Fri 8 AM – 5 PM
Peterson COVID-19 Hotline – (830) 896-4200 select Option 1; Open Mon – Fri 8 AM – 5 PM
Infection Prevention – Pam Burton, R.N., (830) 258-7448
Communications – Lisa Winters, Director of Marketing and Community Relations (830) 258-7628
Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau – Leslie Jones, Communications Coordinator (830) 792-3535

Additional resources for up to date information and preparedness please visit the World Health Organization and the Center of Disease Control and Prevention.


March 31, 2020 COVID-19 Preparedness Update

DRIVE-IN CLINIC FOR COVID-19 SCREENING NOW OPEN
On Monday, March 30, Peterson Health began offering a new drive-in COVID-19 screening option. States Cory Edmondson, President and CEO of Peterson Health, “As more people are experiencing symptoms and the wave of community concern grows, Peterson is ready and willing to meet the need for a more accessible option for screening, possible ruling out COVD-19 or treating the symptoms people are experiencing, in a very coordinated and confined setting.”

Thanks to the coordinated efforts of the City of Kerrville, Kerr County, and local law enforcement, Peterson Outreach Clinic went live and active at 9 a.m. on Monday morning. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Hill Country Youth Event Center off Highway 27 in Kerrville.

This service is by appointment only and designed for people who are experiencing respiratory symptoms as outlined by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) related to COVID-19. Symptoms must include fever, cough and shortness of breath.

Simply call your primary care provider if you feel you need the screening. Those without a primary care physician may call Peterson Health’s COVID-19 hotline at 896-4200 for instructions. The hotline is open from 6 a.m. to midnight seven (7) days a week.

In order to protect the welfare of the healthcare workers on the front line, please make an appointment before arriving, and then stay isolated in your vehicles for the screening and ultimate specimen collection if necessary.

Peterson Health has a dedicated section of their website to answer many of your questions or concerns on COVID-19. Visit www.petersonhealth.com daily for the most current information and updates. For more information or to make an appointment, call the Outreach hotline at (830) 258-7814.

March 26, 2020 COVID-19 Preparedness Update

  • Kerrville continues operations in Phase – 4 of the emergency operations pandemic plan. Mayor Bill Blackburn has issued a Declaration of Disaster, which was ratified by City Council on March 20, 2020. The Declaration of Disaster can be viewed online here.
  • At this time there are no presumptive COVID-19 cases reported in Kerrville. For more about local COVID-19 testing, please view our March 20 Facebook interview with Peterson Regional Medical Center's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mack Blanton and PRMC Infection Preventionist Nurse Pam Burton. The two discuss local testing at approximately the 7-minute mark and again at the 12:48 mark. https://www.facebook.com/KerrvilleTX/videos/518417105531920/.
  • Following The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America and Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order, social gatherings in groups of more than 10 people are discouraged/prohibited. https://www.whitehouse.gov/wpcontent/uploads/2020/03/03.16.20_coronavirus-guidance_8.5x11_315PM.pdf.
  • SENIOR SERVICES

    • Walgreens has designated Tuesdays as Senior Day, with 8-9 a.m. being seniors-only hour. Walgreen’s in Kerrville can be accessed online.

    • Walmart is allowing senior-only shopping (60+) every Tuesday from 6-7 am


    Find more information on the City of Kerrville Emergency Preparedness Situation Report

    March 20, 2020 COVID-19 Preparedness Update

    Kerrville City Council ratifies Emergency Declaration

    Kerrville, Texas (March 20, 2020) - The City of Kerrville is working daily to prevent spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus locally. Mayor Bill Blackburn issued an Emergency Declaration Monday recommending an end to any gatherings of groups larger than 50 people, and revised that declaration on Wednesday to 10 reflect the White House’s recommendation that group gatherings be limited to no more than 10-people.

    Today, Friday, March 20, the Kerrville City Council ratified the disaster declaration signed by Mayor Blackburn on March 16, 2020, as revised, and consented to its continuation indefinitely, or until such time as it is terminated by order of the Council.

    The declaration can be viewed on the City of Kerrville’s website at https://www.kerrvilletx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/35318/Disaster-Declaration_031620-EXECUTED-DRAFT-Revised-32020?bidId=.

    The City sincerely appreciates the efforts of our local health entities, schools, businesses, and our citizens, to combat the spread of this virus. To keep up with the latest COVID-19 information, please visit the City of Kerrville website at https://kerrvilletx.gov/, or call our joint operations phone number at (830) 258-1111.

    March 19, 2020 COVID-19 Preparedness Update

    Kerrville, TX: Per the City of Kerrville Emergency Preparedness Situation Report, the City of Kerrville is operating in Phase – 3 of the Emergency Operations Pandemic Plan. At this time there is no presumptive COVID-19 cases reported in Kerrville. It is recommended that the President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America be followed, which includes avoiding social gatherings in groups of more than 10 people.

    For local information on COVID-19 call the City’s Joint Operation line at (830) 258-1111, visit Peterson Health’s website, or call Peterson Health’s hotline at (830) 896-4200 and select Option 1.

    Important tips to continue to implement to help prevent novel coronavirus as well as other respiratory viruses:

    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth, especially with unwashed hands.
    • Avoid close contact with people who are showing symptoms of illness.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
    • Cover your cough or sneezes with a tissue or sneeze into your elbow. Throw the tissue in the garbage and make sure to clean your hands afterwards.
    • Stay home when you are sick.

    For more information and updates, contact any of the following:

    Joint Operation Center – (830) 258-1111; Open Mon – Fri 8 AM – 5 PM

    Peterson COVID-19 Hotline – (830) 896-4200 select Option 1; Open Mon – Fri 8 AM – 5 PM

    Infection Prevention – Pam Burton, R.N., (830) 258-7448

    Communications – Lisa Winters, Director of Marketing and Community Relations (830) 258-7628

    Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau – Leslie Jones, Communications Coordinator (830) 792-3535

    Additional resources for up to date information and preparedness please visit the U.S. Travel Association and the Center of Disease Control and Prevention.

    March 17, 2020 COVID-19 Preparedness Update

    Kerrville, TX: The Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation by working with Peterson Health, City of Kerrville and Kerr County officials, as well as the Emergency Operations Task Force formed to address this ongoing issue. There are currently no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Kerrville, Kerr County, or the surrounding areas; however, we recognize that the threat demands for everything possible to be done to slow the growth rate. As of March 16, 2020, Mayor Bill Blackburn and the Kerrville City Council have issued a Declaration of a Disaster to take effect immediately and to last for the next seven days, that can be renewed as needed. A Joint Operation Center has been developed with partnership with the City of Kerrville, Kerr County, Peterson Health, Kerrville Independent School District, and Schreiner University to answer direct phone calls and questions from anyone in the area. The Operation Center’s phone number is (830) 258-1111 and will be open Monday – Friday from 8 AM – 5 PM. Peterson Health has also established a COVID-19 hotline for non-medical questions and for answers to the most frequently asked questions. The number, (830)896-4200 is manned by a registered nurse and is open from 8am-5pm, Monday – Friday. Call the main hospital line at (830) 896-4200 and select Option 1.

    Per the Declaration of Disaster, the City Council is calling on everyone to follow the Center of Disease Controls guidelines of canceling or postponing events of 50 people or more. There is currently no call for area businesses to close but it is highly encouraged for them to adapt to the current environment and promote social distancing. We recognize that this is a fluid situation and will continue to adapt to what the Center of Disease Control and the World Health Organization say accordingly.

    It is important to reiterate tips to help prevent novel coronavirus as well as other respiratory viruses:

    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth, especially with unwashed hands.
    • Avoid close contact with people who are showing symptoms of illness.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
    • Cover your cough or sneezes with a tissue or sneeze into your elbow. Throw the tissue in the garbage and make sure to clean your hands afterwards.
    • Stay home when you are sick.

    For more information and updates, contact any of the following:

    Joint Operation Center – (830) 258-1111; Open Mon – Fri 8 AM – 5 PM

    Peterson COVID-19 Hotline – (830) 896-4200 select Option 1; Open Mon – Fri 8 AM – 5 PM

    Infection Prevention – Pam Burton, R.N., (830) 258-7448

    Communications – Lisa Winters, Director of Marketing and Community Relations (830) 258-7628

    Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau – Leslie Jones, Communications Coordinator (830) 792-3535

    Additional resources for up to date information and preparedness please visit Peterson Health, the U.S. Travel Association and the Center of Disease Control and Prevention.

    March 11, 2020 Press Release Regarding COVID-19

    Kerrville, TX: The Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation by working with Peterson Health and City of Kerrville officials. Per Peterson Health spokesperson Lisa Winters, Kerr and surrounding counties are still considered a low risk area, and while no cases of the specific coronavirus strain COVID-19 have been reported, Peterson Health will continue to serve as the hub of communication and collaborate with established healthcare partners in order to keep the lines of communication open and consistent.

    According to Pam Burton, Infection Prevention RN for Peterson Health, “Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. There are several known coronaviruses that infect people and usually only cause mild respiratory symptoms, such as a common cold. Peterson Health does administer respiratory panel testing for common respiratory viruses, which can result in a positive coronavirus, but not one associated with the specific COVID-19, which is associated with international travel.”

    Important tips to help prevent novel coronavirus as well as other respiratory viruses:

    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth, especially with unwashed hands.
    • Avoid close contact with people who are showing symptoms of illness.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
    • Cover your cough or sneezes with a tissue or sneeze into your elbow. Throw the tissue in the garbage and make sure to clean your hands afterwards.
    • Stay home when you are sick.

    For more information and updates, contact any of the following:

    Infection Prevention – Pam Burton, R.N., (830) 258-7448

    Communications – Lisa Winters, Director of Marketing and Community Relations (830) 258-7628

    Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau – Leslie Jones, Communications Coordinator (830) 792-3535

    Additional resources for up to date information and preparedness please visit the U.S. Travel Association and the Center of Disease Control and Prevention.

    Kerr Area Businesses & Events COVID-19 Operations

    BUSINESSES
    1011 Bistro (1011 Guadalupe St.) Closed until further notice
    Bath & Body Works (200 Sidney Baker S.) - Closed til further notice
    Belk (200 Sidney Baker St. S) - Closed for 2 weeks beginning 3/18
    Burkes (200 Sidney Baker St. S) - Closed until further notice
    Butt-Holdsworth Library (505 Water St.) - 3/17 Closed to public, books can be ordered online and picked up between 10am-6pm with "curbside service." ---As of 3/20 No Curbside service
    Cailloux Theater (910 Main St.) - 3/17 Box office window closed. Staff will be available by phone 10am-1pm Monday-Friday and 10am-3pm on Saturdays---As of 3/20 12pm Cailloux Theater is closed to the public through the end of April- Box office will remain available by telephone 830-896-9393 or email susan@caillouxtheater.com
    Carver Spray Park (820 Webster) - Closed until further notice
    Centennial Banks (207 Sidney Baker S. & 1145 Junction Hwy) Lobby is closed.
    Chartwell’s (Schreiner University 2100 Memorial Blvd.) – Schreiner announced dining services will be suspended 3/17/20
    Chick-fil-A (1060 Junction Hwy) – No indoor dining
    Christian Women’s Job Corp (1140 Broadway)- Closed
    CiCi's Pizza- closing at 8pm on 3/17/20 until further notice
    City of Kerrville - All lobbies ar closed to the public - Offices remain open using alternative service delivery methods - see City of Kerrville website at www.kerrvilletx.gov
    Cracker Barrel (2110 Sidney Baker) - Adjusted hours 7am-8pm. Limited menu options.
    Culver's - (1300 Junction Hwy.) - Dining room closed. Drive-Thru and/or call in orders 830-257-7000.
    Dairy Queen - (1101 Sidney Baker & 997 Junction Hwy)- Dining rooms closed. Call ahead pick-up and drive-thru
    Del Norte (710 Junction) Closed 3/20 2pm until further notice
    Dietert Center (451 Guadalupe St.)- cancelled all in-house programs, dining room meals, classes and activities. Meals on Wheels services will continue and the center will remain staffed to assist with PAL and Medical Equipment Lending.
    Dollar General (all Kerrville locations) - Open 8am-9am for seniors; 9am-10pm for all others
    East End Market (1712 Water St.)- Adjusting hours Tue-Sat 12-4pm

    Entertainmart (501 Main St) -Closed til further notice
    Fitch Estate Sales (233 Earl Garret) - Closed til further notice
    Fuddrucker's - closing at 3pm on 3/17/20, reopen time frame not given
    HEB (300 Main St. & 313 Sidney Baker) - adjusted hours open 8am-8pm
    Hill Country Arts Foundation (120 Point Theatre Rd., Ingram) - Closed Main office and gift shop 3/19-4/1 - Staff will be working shortened hours please call 830-3687-5121
    Hometown Crafts (841 Junction Hwy.) - 3/18 Adjusted store hours Mon-Sat 11am-6:30pm & Sun 11am-5pm - 3/23 Now offering curbside
    Home Simple Goods (223 Earl Garrett St. ) - Closed til further notice
    Inn of the Hills Hotel & Conference Center (1001 Junction Hwy.) Temporarily closed with plans to reopen in early May
    James Avery Artisan Jewelry- retail stores closed through March 27
    JCPenney (200 Sidney Baker S) Closed til further notice
    Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches (603 Main St.) - Dining room closed. To-go orders & delivery only
    Kerr Arts & Cultural Center (228 Earl Garrett) - Closed to the public until 3/27. Staff will be working on shortened hours. Call 830-895-2911. Art displays available online at www.kacckerrville.com
    Kerr County Animal Shelter- no longer accepting surrendered animals, due to constraints imposed by area rescue facilities. For more information, contact KCAS at 257-3100.
    Kerr County Clerks Office (700 Main St.) Closed to in-person access. It will continue to operate through mail, online and by phone. 830-792-2255
    Kerr County Federal Credit Union (3700 Memorial Blvd. & 2335 Junction Hwy) - Drive Thru Only
    Kerr County Jail (400 Clearwater Paseo) - Suspended visitation until further notice
    Kerr County Tax Office
    Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau (2108 Sidney Baker) - Visitor Center closed to public until 3/30. We will reelvaluate 3/30. Information rack outside front doors. Administration offices are open, please contact by phone 830-792-3535 or email info@kerrvilletexascvb.com. www.kerrvilletexascvb.com
    Kerrville Hills Winery-(3600 Fredericksburg Rd.) - Closed - Call for pick-up or Delivery 830-895-4233.
    Kerrville Whataburger (338 Junction Hwy.) - Dining room closed, drive thru open
    KPUB (2250 Memorial Blvd.) – 3/17 -Lobby closed, drive thru open for payments 3/26 Drive Thru Closed
    LaFour's Restaurant (1705 Junction Hwy.) - Dining room closed. Delivery or curbside take out available
    Liberty Kitchen (109 Hwy 39, Ingram) - Postponed soft opening - No indoor dining - Take out & delivery available
    Louise Hays Park Splash Pad (202 Thompson Dr.) Closed until further notice
    Maurices (200 Sidney Baker S.)- Closed 3/18 for at least 2 weeks. www.maurices.com
    Mo-Ranch (2229 FM 1340, Hunt)Closed until 4/6
    Museum of Western Art (1550 Bandera Hwy) Closed til further notice
    Playhouse 2000 (305 Washington St.) - 3/17 Box office window closed. Staff will be available by phone 10am-1pm Monday-Friday and 10am-3pm on Saturdays----As of 3/20 12pm Playhouse 2000 is closed to the public through the end of April- Box office will remain available by telephone 830-896-9393 or email susan@caillouxtheater.com
    Rio 10 Cinemas (1401 Bandera Hwy.) Closed til further notice
    River Oaks Framing Co (841 Junction Hwy) Adjusted hours Mon-Sat 11am-6:30pm
    Riverside Nature Center (150 Francisco Lemos St.) Closed 12pm 3/30 thru 4/4.
    Sephora (Inside JCPenney)(200 Sidney Baker S.) - Closed 3/18 @ 7pm - 4/2
    St. Vincent’s De Paul (1145 Broadway)– Closed until April 4th
    Starbuck’s (1355 Junction Hwy) – No Lounging permitted, in store orders to go orders are allowed, and drive thru open
    Take-it-Easy RV Park (703 Junction Hwy) Closed until sometime in May
    Texas State Parks -Texas State Parks to Close Public-Serving Facilities and Programs Starting at 12 p.m. March 19; Law Enforcement, Boat Registration Offices Close to Public Visitation
    The Coming King Foundation "Sculptur Prayer Garden" (520 Benson Dr.) Official garden tours led by trained Tour Guide Chaplains are no longer being scheduled. Water Baptisms will no longer be performed by TCKF Tour Guide Chaplains. All restrooms will be closed in the 24.5-acre park. All “Prayer Rock” markers will be removed from the popular “Prayer Path”. (Guests can bring their own markers to write their prayer petitions and praises to God.) The TCKF office will be closed. Office Staff will work from home and can be contacted during regular business hours by phone (830 928-7774) or by email (office@thecomingkingfoundation.org) The 24.5 acre open-air park will remain open during normal hours (7:00 AM until midnight)
    The Inn Pub @ Inn of the Hills Hotel & Conference Center (1001 Junction Hwy) - Adjusted hours Mon-Thu 4-9:30pm & Fri-Sat 4-10:30pm
    The Schreiner Mansion (226 Earl Garrett St.) - Closed til further notice. Staff on shortened hours. 830-895-5222
    Turtle Creek Olives and Vines (211 Earl Garrett St.) - Closed to public, but will be taking orders by phone on Tuesdays between 12 & 2 pm CST and offering curbside pickup at our tasting room, Wednesdays between 12 & 2 pm - 830-896-0010
    TXDot Kerrville Office (1832 Sidney Baker) Closed til further notice
    TXDot Travel Information Centers - ALL state TICs are closed until further notice
    Walmart (1216 Junction Hwy) - Adjusted hours 7am-8:30pm. - Seniors only shopping Tuesday at 6am starting 3/24
    Walmarts Car Center (1216 Junction Hwy) Closed til further notice
    Wolfmueller's Books (229 Earl Garrett) - Closed to the public. Visit website for online orders for pickup and delivery. www.wolfmuellersbooks.com
    Worldmark by Wyndam - Stablewood Springs (245 Stablewood Spring Dr. W., Ingram) - Closed til further notice. Any guests are being asked to leave
    Y.O. Hotel & Conference Center (2044 Sidney Baker) - Temporarily Closed
    Y.O. Ranch Headquarters (1736 Y O Ranch Rd NW, Mountain Home) - Closed until further notice
    EVENTS
    Asymmetric - Cancelled public performance (originally scheduled 326-3/28 @ Playhouse 2000 VK Garage Theater) - We will have a private performance to be professionally recorded and will later have the performance available publicly on YouTube for any to enjoy.
    Beast Blast -Cancelled (originally scheduled for 4/25 )
    Big Give - Postponed to September 10th (originally scheduled 3/26 @ Riverside Nature Center 150 Francisco Lemos St.)
    Big Seed Festival -Cancelled (Originally scheduled for 4/25 @ Schreiner University)
    Bird Walk & Talk - Postponed (originally scheduled for 3/21 @ Riverside Nature Center 150 Francisco Lemos St.)
    Blooms and Barrels Annual plant Sale - Cancelled (Originally scheduled 4/11 Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center 3785 Hwy. 27)
    Celtic Angels Ireland – Cancelled (Originally scheduled 3/21 Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St.) rescheduling for 2021
    City of Ingram's Annual Easter Egg Hunt - Cancelled (originally scheduled for 4/11 @ 107 Hwy. 39., Ingram)
    Easter Eggstravaganza -Cancelled (originally scheduled for 4/11 @ Kroc Center)

    Easter Eggstravaganza -Cancelled (originally scheduled for 4/11 @ Gardens at the Ridge)
    Concerts by the River -Cancelled (originally scheduled for 4/17 @ Louise Hays Park)
    Easterfest - Cancelled (Originally schedulled for 4/11 @ Flat Rock Lake Park)
    Executive Women's Club - monthly meeting and luncheon cancelled for March 18th; typically held at Rail's Catering Center
    Guns & Hoses Flag Football Game - cancelled (was scheduled for March 27th)
    Hill Country Arts Foundation - Main building & gift shop closed during the day. Box Office window open from 11am-2pm, and staff will be present to take phone calls
    Hill Country Arts Foundation- "No Body Like Jimmy" - Seating limited to 50 seats, distancing seats
    Hill Country Arts Foundation (120 Point Theatre Rd., Ingram) – “The Private Lives of Inanimate Objects” Art Exhibit Opening reception of 3/13 is rescheduled to April 3rd, 5-7pm.
    Hill Country AYSO United (Soccer)- Cancelled all games through 3/31
    Hill Country Charity Ball - Postponed to Aug. 22nd. (originally scheduled for 4/18 @ HCYEC)
    Hill Country Easter Bicycle Tour - Cancelled (originally scheduled 4/10-4/12 @ Schreiner University and Kerrville/Kerr County)
    Hill Country Next Level (Volleyball)- Susmending games and practices for the remainder of March
    Hill Country Swap Meet - Cancelled (originally scheduled for 4/4 @ HCYEC)
    Hill Country Youth Orchestra – Cancelled March meeting - Spring concert cancelled (originally scheduled for 4/26 @ Cailloux Theater
    iNaturalist Training -Postponed TBD in early Fall (Riverside nature Center, 150 Francisco Lemos)
    Kerr Arts & Cultural Center Art Exhibits available for viewing @ www.kacckerrville.com
    Kerr County Market Days - Cancelled (originaly scheduled 4/4 @ HCYEC)
    Kerr County YMCA's Spring 7-on-7 Football League-Delayed until Summer
    Kerr County Women's Chamber Meeting - Cancelled 4/1 meeting
    Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament (Scott Schreiner Golf Course 1 Country Club Dr.)Rescheduled from 4/6 to 6/22
    Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce Mixer @ Alegria Barn (15475 S Hwy 16, fbrg) – Postponed (originally scheduled 3/19)
    Kerrville Festival of the Arts - Postponed to 11/7-11/8 (originally scheduled for 5/23-5/24 Downtown Kerrville)

    Kerrville Farmers Market (529 Water St.) *Please send an email to kerrvillefm@gmail.com to receive weekly ordering information, curbside pickup location and delivery. Details and ongoing updates may be found on our Facebook page and at www.kerrvillefarmersmarket.com.**
    Kerrville Folk Festival - Postponed til 10/8-10/18 (originally scheduled for 5/21-6/7 @ Quiet Valley Ranch)
    Kerrville Little League- All Little League activities, including practices are suspended until at least 3/20
    Kerrville-Schreiner Park Promotional Days - Campfire Night- Postponed TBA (originally scheduled for 3/19 @ KSP)
    Kerrville-Schreiner Park Promotional Days - Family Game Night - Postponed TBA (originally scheduled for 3/19 @ KSP)
    KISD 4th Grade Envirmental Field Days - Cancelled (Riverside Nature Center, 150 Francisco Lemos St)
    Leading Ladies Style Show -Postponed to Oct. (TBD) (originally scheduled for 4/28 @ Inn of the Hills
    League of Women Voters – Cancelled planned 3/19 meeting
    "Little Shop of Horrors" - Postponed TBA (Originally scheduled 4/3-4/19 @ Cailloux Theater)
    Luck O’ the Pup Flyball Tournament - cancelled (originally scheduled for 3/14 & 3/15 @ HCYEC)
    Mad Hatter Tea Party & Happy Hour Fundraiser- Postponed TBA (originally scheduled for 4/26 @ Hill Country Arts Foundation
    Magic in Motown - Postponed til Oct. 9th (originally scheduled for 3/27 @ Tucker Hall 320 Saint Peter's St.)
    March Murder Mystery Dinner- Postponed til 5/16 (originally scheduled for 3/16 @ Kerrville Hills Winery)
    Museum of Western Art- Men to Match My Mountains Art Exhibit Opening Reception - Postponed TBA (originally scheduled 4/3)
    Museum of Western Art- Wild West Wine Wednesday - Cancelled (Originally scheduled for 4/1)
    NEd Talk - Cancelled (originally scheduled for 3/17 & 4/21 at Riverside Nature Center 150 Francisco Lemos St. )
    No Body Like Jimmy - Cancelled remaining shows (originally scheduled 3/13-3/29 @ Hill Country Arts Foundation)
    Redbud Artisan Market - cancelled (originally scheduled for 3/21 & 3/22 @ Inn of the Hills Hotel & Conference Center)
    Relay for Life – Cancelled event (originally scheduled for 4/17 @ HCYEC)
    Republican Women of Kerr County - Cancelled planned 3/20 meeting
    Resurrection Celebration & Sonrise Easter Service -Cancelled (originally scheduled 4/11-4/12 @ The Coming King Foundation Sculpture Prayer Garden"
    Roaring Lions 2020 Open Car Show - Postponed TBA (orignally scheduled for 3/28 @ First Baptist Church)
    Rockin the Cailloux II with Cool Freddie E & the Crew - Rescheduled to 2/6/2021 (originally schedulled 4/25 @ Cailloux Theater)
    Rotary Club of Kerrville – suspended weekly meetings until further notice
    Run Like a Warrior 5K - Cancelled (originally scheduled for 4/18 @ Tom Moore High School)
    Spellabration!-Postponed TBD (originally scheduled 4/30 @ Inn of the Hills Hotel & Conference Center)
    Spring Break Activities @ Riverside Nature Center (150 Francisco Lemos St.) - Cancelled
    Spring Native Plant Sale & Festival- Cancelled (Originally scheduled for 4/18 @ Riverside Nature Center)
    Symphony of the Hills - "Beethoven and Other Olympians" -Cancelled (Originally scheduled for 4/23 @ Cailloux Theater)
    Texas Masters of Fine Arts and Craft Show - Cancelled (Originally scheduled for 5/22-5/24 @ YO Hotel)

    Texas Woodcarvers Guild Spring Round-Up Show and Sale - cancelled (originally scheduled for 3/28 & 3/29 @ HCYEC)
    The Inn Pub @ Inn of the Hills Hotel & Conference Center (1001 Junction Hwy.) -3/18 temporarily cancelling all entertainment until May 1st
    Trying - Cancelled (originally scheduled for 4/10-4/19 @ Hill Country Arts Foundation)
    West Kerr Chamber Mixer - March mixer has been cancelled - April mixer is TBD (originally schedulled 3/26)
    Yellow Lab Productions- "Asymmetric" play cancelled (scheduled for March 26-28)
    SCHOOLS
    Center Point ISD – Plans to resume classes following Spring break
    KISD – Will make a decision on March 19th as whether or not to resume classes following Spring Break
    Notre Dame School – will close campus through April 3rd, with at-home instruction plans in place through April 3rd
    Our Lady of the Hills - Will close campus through April 3, with at-home instruction plans in place through April 3, Plans are to return to campus on April 6.
    Schreiner University – in person classes cancelled. March 23rd moving to virtual classes; students will begin moving out of dorms for the semestern & dining services will be suspended
    CHURCHES
    First Presbyterian Church (800 Jefferson St.) – Online services only. Watch livestream at 11am https://zoom.us/j/332209149 for more information, visit the church's Facebook page
    First United Methodist Church (321 Thompson Dr.) - All regular worship services will be conducted as usual. This includes Sunday School classes and youth ministry. Watch livestream at https://vimeo.com/kfumc
    Impact Christian Church (2031 Goat Creek Rd.)- Regular services are 7pm Saturday night and 10:30am Sundays. Watch livestream at https://impactkerr.com/resources/livestream/
    Notre Dame Catholic Church – No weekend worship services. Weekday daily Mass schedule will continue. Livestream at 9am can be viewed at www.facebook.com/NotreDameYFM
    Riverside Church of Christ (625 Harper)- Bible classes scheduled for 9am Sundays, with worship servcie at 10am. Watch livestream 10 am at www.rscoc.org.
    Trinity Baptist Church - (800 Jackson)- All regular worship services will be conducted as usual. Watch livestream at www.tbck.org/live/
    Zion Lutheran Church (624 Barnett St.) -All regularly scheduled services, planned events and meetings on campus are suspended for the foreseeable future. Join us at 11:00 Sundays and 7:00 pm Wednesdays for worship services, devotionals, and latest information on social media and www.zionkerrville.org.
    If you have questions, you are welcome to call or email the church office at office@zionkerrville.org,
    (830) 257-8411.
    KERR COUNTY COURTS
    Judge Rob Kelly has cancelled probate dockets for the remainder of March, except for in emergency cases.
    Judge Susan Harris's County Court at Law docket has been cancelled for March 17, although the jail docket will still be conducted
    Juvenile adjudication and modification hearings are cancelled for the time being, while detention hearings are considered essential and, therefore, will resume as needed.
    Mental health proceedings are also considered to be essential, and so will resume as needed
    Updated 4/3/20 10:40 AM
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