This is your source to find out about all of the cancellations happening at the Jersey Shore due to the Coronavirus.

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Any and all cancellations and closures will be listed below so you have all of your information in one place.

If there is a cancellation that you know about that is not listed below, please email Nicole.Murray@Townsquaremedia.com or Brad.Burascano@Townsquaremedia.com.

NOTE: This list will be updated frequently as more closures and cancellations are announced.

**Governor Murphy just announced that ALL schools in New Jersey will be closed as of this Wednesday, March 18th.

**Governor Murphy announced that New Jersey will be under a state-wide curfew. All businesses must close by 8:00 PM

Take a look at the list of specific event cancellations and closings below:

Little Rascals Early Learning Academy in Brick will be closed until at least April 3rd.

The Jersey Shore Festival in Seaside Heights has been postponed until May 29th and May 30th.

Due to coronavirus concerns and to follow social distancing guidelines from the federal government, the Toms River Planning Board Meeting, scheduled for Wednesday, March 18, 2020, at 6:00 p.m has been cancelled.

The Central Regional Alumni 11th Annual All Alumni Night scheduled for March 28th at the Captains Inn has been canceled.

'Nia Sofia Salon' on Route 37 in Toms River is also closing until further notice.

Monmouth Park Racetrack will close for simulcasting and sports wagering beginning at 8 pm on Monday, March 16 and will postpone its opening day originally scheduled for May 2 until May 23, subject to state and regulatory approval.

For the safety of stakeholders and attendees and due to the current landscape surrounding COVID-19, TEDxAsburyPark is postponing the May 2 conference until Spring 2021 at the Two River Theater. Additional updates will be announced by April 15.

Blood Drive at Freehold Raceway Mall on Thursday, March 19th from 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM has been canceled.

Hackensack Meridian Health has canceled all elective surgeries at ALL of their hospitals for the next two weeks.

The city of Red Bank declared that all non-essential places of business with occupancy greater than 25 people close by March 16th at 11:59 PM.

All New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission agencies have closed and will not reopen until Monday, March 30th.

Jenkinson's Boardwalk and Aquarium have closed because of the pandemic and will remain closed until at least the end of the month.

Beachwood and Brick have closed their offices and buildings to public access.

UPDATE: The Monmouth County SPCA is open.

The Ocean County Animal Shelter is open but only essential staff is permitted to enter and exit the building with protective gear. They are only taking phone calls for appointments. NO WALK INS! 

Marlboro's restaurants and bars can only be filled up to 50% capacity.

RWJ Barnabas Health Hospital are not allowing ANY visitors in their facilities.

The Ocean County Library systems announced that they are closing all of their branches and they will remain close until March 29th.

Monmouth Freeholders have announced that all County buildings will be closed to the public. 

Little League baseball is being postponed and will start no earlier than May 11th.

The 57th Annual Meeting & Luncheon hosted by the Jersey Shore FCU that was originally schedule for Saturday, March 21st is being postponed!

I know this isn't AT the Jersey Shore but I am sure there are fans who will be upset to hear that the Met Gala has been postponed until further notice.

Remember: for any closings and cancellations that are NOT on this list, please reach out to Nicole.Murray@Townsquaremedia.com or Brad.Burascano@Townsquaremedia.com so we can add it to the list for others.

Stay safe out there.

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