Here's a list of some events at Lakeside that have been cancelled, postponed or suspended. The list is not complete, and will almost certainly grow as the week progesses.
(UFN = until further notice)
Event cancellations and postponements:
Opera Guild transmission from the Met, March 14, cancelled.
Niños Incapacitados Masked Ball, March 19, cancelled.
Lucky Dog Open House, March 21, cancelled.
Operation Feed Spirit Dinner, March 27, cancelled.
Feria de la Capirotada de Ajijic, March 28, cancelled.
Operación Amor Spay and Neuter Clinic, March 28-29, cancelled.
Lake Chapala Community Orchestra concerts, March 29-30, postponed UFN.
April Fools benefit for Tepehua Center and Poco a Poco, April1, cancelled.
Lakeside Little Theatre staging of The Actress March 27-April 5, postponed to April 10-19; National Theatre Live screening of Small Island and performances of “The Play’s the Thing” postponed UFN.
Open Circle Ajijc Sunday programs suspended UFN.
Britt Brain Benders trivia nights suspended UFN.
Centro Cultural González Gallo, all activities suspended UFN.
Villa del Angel classes suspended UFN.
Mudlarks Pottery classes at LCS suspended UFN
Second Story Mosaics classes suspended UFN
Magical Token Store San Juan Cosalá closed, donation drop-offs suspended UFN.
Manix Restaurant is offering home deliveries, all menu items and St. Patrick’s Day Special.
La Bodega Ajijic has suspended inside service, carryout only Tuesday-Saturday, 1-6 p.m.
El Rey Taco Chapala is offering free deliveries, Vista del Lago to Ajijic.
Rangers BBQ Spring Fiesta, April 3, postponed UFN.
El Gato Feo Café has closed indefinitely.
CHAPALA INSTALLS COVID-19 SANITARY FILTER
To prevent the spread of Covid-19, personnel from Chapala’s Municipal Medical Services installed a sanitary filter at the local bus station this morning, relocating a few hours later to the Malecón due to the high influx of people visiting the area on the March 16 holiday.
The filter includes taking people’s temperature to detect fever, distributing information on prevention measures such as avoiding crowded places, frequent hand washing, and refraining from greetings with handshakes, hugs and kisses.
According to Press Chief Felipe Aguilar, persons showing possible symptoms of covid-19 will be referred to the corresponding area of the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ) for confirmation of infection and timely treatment if required.