The Acorn Theatre — Theater staff are canceling or rescheduling shows.

The Annunciation and Agia Paraskevi Greek Orthodox Church in New Buffalo, Mich., has canceled its Spring Bake Sale and Presale.

Barker Mansion is closed indefinitely, with all scheduled tours, programs, events and rentals on hiatus until further notice.

Buchanan Area Chamber of Commerce’s 14th annual Chili Cookoff Contest, scheduled for April 2, is canceled.

Chesterton Art Center is closed and aims to open April 6.

Dan Schaaf’s first showing of “Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler” is postponed, with a new opening date to be announced.

Footlight Players has closed its Franklin Street theater, 1705 Franklin St. The April 2 give-back night at Galveston Steakhouse is canceled, as is the April 24 Friday @ Footlight. The May production of “Steel Magnolias” is canceled as well.

The Holdcraft Players postponed its latest production, “Almost, Maine,” and will announce new dates soon.

Indiana Dunes National Park buildings and restrooms are temporarily closed. All public and school programs are canceled.

Indiana Dunes State Park has canceled all indoor programs. At press time, hikes were limited to 50 people, but that was subject to change.

Krasl Art Center, St. Joseph, Mich., is closed, including access to the galleries and clay studio, through April 3.

LaPorte County Family YMCA’s LaPorte, Elston and Long Beach branches are closed at least through March 31. Call for details on child care.

LaPorte County Historical Society Museum is closed until further notice.

LaPorte County Public Library and all its branches are closed through April 6.

The LaPorte County Solid Waste District compost site, office and electronic waste dropoff are closed until further notice. No illegal dumping is allowed. Curbside recycling is running on schedule, and staff are available at (219) 326-0014, www.solidwastedistrict.com or www.facebook.com/LPCoRecycling

Lend-A-Hand Day, sponsored by the LaPorte County Extension Homemakers and Steady Stitcher, for April 2 is canceled. The next event is from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. May 14.

The League of Women Voters LaPorte County has canceled Dinner With the League, originally scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, at Patrick’s Grille.

Lubeznik Center for the Arts is closed through April 6.

The Michigan City Chamber Music Festival canceled programs scheduled for April 6 and 7, April 18 and May 3 and 4. Visit mccmf.org and facebook.com/MCCMF for updates.

The Michigan City Park Department has closed all city playgrounds until further notice, as well as Michigan City Municipal Golf Course, Washington Park Zoo, Michigan City Senior Center, Krueger Memorial Hall, the Oasis Splash Park, Guy Foreman Amphitheater, the old bandstand, all park programs and city picnic shelters.

Michigan City Public Library was closed at press time.

Michigan City Public Library — The Friends of the Library postponed the April 25 Collector’s Corner Breakfast. Anyone who purchased tickets can request a refund from the person who sold them, or call (219) 873-3049. Leave a message and someone will return the call as soon as possible.

Midwest Museum of Art in Elkhart has canceled all group activities, including gallery talks, films and tours, through April 2.

The Purdue University Northwest May commencement ceremonies are canceled. PNW is exploring possible alternatives to honor graduates.

South Bend’s History Museum and Studebaker National Museum are closed through March 27.

Valparaiso University’s Brauer Museum of Art is closed through April 13. The VU Student, Art Faculty and Senior Seminar exhibits scheduled for April 7-May 10 have been canceled. The museum is expected to reopen April 14 with “Mary Bourke: Unfinished and Spectral Speculations” Japanese print exhibits, as well as selections from the permanent collection, through May 10.

Vickers Theatre is temporarily closed.

Westchester Public Library locations are closed through April 12.