Cancellations for Malheur County events continue to pile up

Following Gov. Kate Brown’s restriction on events with crowds larger than 250 people, several events have been canceled in Malheur County.


Any event produced by the Four Rivers Cultural center will be canceled until further notice.

As of Monday, March 16 the city of Vale has closed the library until further notice.

Spring into Wellness Health Fairs in Adrian (3/12), Jordan Valley (3/17), and Nyssa (3/19) will be postponed for the fall.

Dinner with a STEM professor, Thursday, March 12, is cancelled.

The Corned Beef and Cabbage Feed in Brogan, originally set for Sunday, March 15, is canceled and will be rescheduled.

Support the Court, originally scheduled for Monday, March 16, at Vale Middle School, is postponed. 

The annual Border Town Comic-Con set for March 21-22 at Four Rivers Cultural Center is canceled this year.

Dancing with the Four Rivers Star on April 3 is canceled.

The Gunsmoke Gun Show set for March 28 is canceled until further notice.

Ontario Chamber of Commerce Social Hour and Silent Auction set for April 4 will be postponed

 The Idaho Catholic Youth Conference in Nampa from March 13-15 has been canceled.

Oregon FFA State Convention originally set for March 19 has been canceled. The organization will not be rescheduling the convention, but will be rescheduling the components of the convention. They will be working to promote many of the convention activities online during the regularly scheduled convention times. 

TVCC’s All Creatures Winter Choir Concert March 12 is canceled.

Community in Action’s Spring Home Fair at Four Rivers scheduled for this Saturday, March 14 is now canceled.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints temporarily suspended gatherings of church members worldwide.

Adrian’s Owyhee Off Road Challenge on March 28 is canceled.

Donkey Basketball on March 15 and Winter Awards Night in Adrian (March 16) are canceled.

Ontario Knights of Columbus Fish Fry is canceled.

All scheduled shooting and other activities, including those on calendar of events, of the Snake River Sportsmen at the ranges in Vale and Ontario are canceled through April 30. The decision was made by the board of directors at its regularly scheduled meeting on March 18 in light of restrictions placed by the governor and out of concern for the health of members, directors and guests at the ranges. Personal access to the Vale range will still be allowed by members that have the access code. For questions about access to the Ontario Shotgun Range, please contact Allan Vincent at 541-235-1204. Please watch the web site and future emails for further information beyond April 30.

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