Well, I thought I had the issues fixed with linking to my calendar app, but as it turns out, the new settings only work in certain browsers, and not on mobile devices. So I'm back to a "hard" version of the listing. Feel free to check for updates at my calendar app. I suppose I'll have to live with this for a while until I can find a solution....
Tag: St. Patrick's Day
Up-Update: Well, boo. I thought I had these issues solved, but it turns out my linked listing are not viewable in mobile browsers. Makes my upset. I'm restoring the listing while there's still time to see what's going on for the 17th.
Update: As thought, more last-minute St. Patrick's events are coming in. So now that my security issues with my calendar app seem to be resolved, I'm testing dropping in my old iframe calendar listings for Wednesday and Thursday.
I continue to paste select highlighted events while I work out how to get my Calendar to feed into the article. Please check my full schedule, which gets added to constantly, at my web app....
Still working out the new issues with the WordPress update here. So I am posting some select events for the St. Patrick's weekend. A fill schedule for the next few days is at my sort of an app at this link. All updates will appear there, so keep checking!
A lot of events just started running together: 312 Day, St. Patrick's Day, Pi Day (Hmm, don't see anything specifically Pi related).
To-go sales at breweries will be permitted and, given the unprecedented situation, we feel comfortable at this time advising brewery members that would like to utilize delivery or a third party service to do so. We do not believe the Illinois Liquor Control Commission (ILCC) will cite any brewery and will work with the Governor's office and Commission if necessary to ensure members can continue to do as much limited business as possible.I am, at this time, leaving my schedule up. As I find more postponements for specific events, I will make note of them on the individual listing, with any rescheduled dates. Several taprooms and bars that are normally closed on Mondays have indicated they will be open on this pre-shutdown March 16, for one last fling. Please check ahead with any place you might be visiting. At this writing, businesses in Wisconsin and Indiana are allowed to stay open, but that may change. Some things to note during this week: This is the actual week of St. Patrick's Day. While most of the events were scheduled for the previous weekend, some may have been put off with the many cancellations in civic observances. I am trying to keep track of any cancellation or postponement, so some events scheduled for the previous weekend may re-appear here. So far, I'm seeing, in the wake of the COVID-19 virus emergency, most venues have been posting that they are increasing their diligence in cleaning and sanitizing their premises, and offering more chances for patrons to clean up as well...
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