The Black Hawk College's Lifelong Learner Lunch presentation of Becoming Harriet Beecher Stowe on Thursday, March 12 has been cancelled. The event will be rescheduled in September.
A statement was posted by the Black Hawk College:
Black Hawk College will be following the recommendations made by the CDC regarding the avoidance of events or situations where there are a large number of people present especially if the group is over 60 and may have underlying health conditions. Because of that the lifelong learner lunch on Harriet Beecher Stowe that is scheduled for tomorrow (Thursday, March 12th) has been cancelled.
The September rescheduled event will be posted here once arrangements are confirmed.
Black Hawk College Lifelong Learner Lunches are designed for anyone 55 years or better, but all adult learners are welcome.
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