Watertown Events Being Cancelled, Postponed Due to Coronavirus

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Several local events have been cancelled as a precaution due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the Coronavirus.

The Majestic 7, Watertown’s new movie theaters, announced that it has postponed its grand opening festivities planned for March 14-15. Dates for the rescheduled event have not been announced. The theaters remain open for regular business.

Revels singing group announced that the Spring Sing in Watertown on March 21 has been cancelled. The announcement added: “BUT we are plotting a similar event closer to the summer solstice in June to replace it – so keep those vocal cords warmed up! We’ll let you know the details as soon as we can.”

The MIAA announced that tryouts for spring high school sports has been postponed until March 30, according to the Watertown Athletics Department.

Yesterday the Watertown Public Schools announced the cancellation of Bandarama on March 11, and the postponement of several more events.

The Watertown Public Schools announced they will be closing for two weeks starting Friday. Other districts have closed temporarily, including Belmont, Arlington, Lexington, Burlington and Winchester. Arlington had a student test positive for Coronavirus.

If we missed event cancellations or postponements, please let us know in the comments below or by email at watertownmanews@gmail.com

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