School, events and business closings - Omaha.com
Published Monday, January 6, 2014 at 12:00 am / Updated at 10:41 am
School, events and business closings

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Schools with Tuesday late starts

A.H.S.T - Avoca — 2-hour late start

Clarinda — 2-hour late start

Clearfield — 2-hour late start

Griswold — 2-hour late start

Logan-Magnolia — 2-hour late start

Missouri Valley — 2-hour late start

Red Oak — 2-hour late start

Riverside Public — 2-hour late start

Shenandoah — 2-hour late start

Sidney Public — 90-minute late start, morning preschool cancelled

South Page Schools — 90-minute late start, morning preschool cancelled

Treynor — 2-hour late start

Tri-Center — 2-hour late start

Underwood — 2-hour late start

Events and businesses

All Call Omaha Kiva Event at Table Grace Cafe
Originally scheduled for Monday, 7 p.m.
Postponed until 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 13.

Carter Lake Senior Center
Closed Monday and Tuesday.

Cub Scout Pack 5 in Council Bluffs
Monday night meeting at Franklin Elementary cancelled.

Friends of Council Bluffs Public Library
Annual meeting cancelled.
Website

Golden Sower Book Club at La Vista Public Library
Originally scheduled for Monday, 3:45 to 4:30 p.m. Cancelled.
Website

HEROES program fitness groups at the KROC
Children's Hospital & Medical Center cancelled Monday night HEROES fitness groups.
Website

Nebraska Crossing Outlets
Nebraska Crossing Outlets will be open today, but is closing at 5 p.m., earlier than normal.
Returning to normal business hours Tuesday.

OPS board meeting
Originally scheduled for Monday night. The next OPS high school orientation event is Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 6 p.m. The Wednesday event takes place at Morton Magnet Middle School.
Website

OPS high school orientation event at the TAC building
Board meeting scheduled for Monday, Jan. 6 has been moved to Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 6:30 p.m.
Website

Ryan's Bistro and wine bar
Closed for lunch and opening for dinner.
Website

Stokes grill & bar - Old Market location
Closed for lunch and opening for dinner at 5 p.m.
Website

Ted E. Bear Hollow Groups
Groups scheduled to meet Monday have been cancelled.
Groups will resume meeting Tuesday.

Together Inc.
Closed Monday.
Returning to normal business hours Tuesday.

Top to Bottom Baby Boutique
Closed Monday.
Returning to normal business hours Tuesday.

Twisted Fork grill & saloon
Closed for lunch and opening for dinner.
Website

Westside Church
All activities scheduled for Monday have been cancelled. Church office closed.
Returning to normal business hours Tuesday.

Whole Foods Market of Omaha
Whole Foods market will be open today, but is closing at 8 p.m., earlier than normal.
Returning to normal business hours Tuesday.

Is a cancelled event missing? Email event cancellations to Leah.Becerra@owh.com.

For those wondering why OPS hasn't cancelled: OPS has a "Teacher Work Day" scheduled for Monday. Students do not have class.

Nebraska Schools closed Monday

Arlington Public Schools

Auburn Public Schools

Bellevue Public Schools

Bennington Public Schools

Blair Community Schools

Brownell - Talbot School

Clarkson College

Fort Calhoun Community Schools

Good Shepherd Lutheran School

Gretna Public Schools

Lifegate Christian School & Preschool

Literacy Center

Lyons - Decatur

Millard Public Schools

Mt. Calvary Lutheran School

Omaha Catholic Schools

Papillion - La Vista School District

Plattsmouth Community Schools

Ralston Public Schools

Springfield Platteview Community Schools

Stanton Community Schools

Star Child Daycare

St. Mark Lutheran Preschool

Westside Community Schools

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Iowa Schools closed Monday

Adel DeSoto Minburn Community School District

A-H-S-T Community School District

Akron-Westfield Community School District

Alden Central School District

Ames Community School District

Boyer Valley Community Schools

CAM Community Schools

Charter Oak - Ute Community Schools

Clarinda Community School District

Council Bluffs Community School District

East Mills Community School District

Essex Community Schools

Exira - Elk Hork Kimballton

Fremont - Mills Community School District

Griswold Schools<

Harlan Community Schools

IKM - Manning Community Schools

Lewis Central Community Schools

Logan - Magnolia Community School District

Missouri Valley Community Schools

Nishnabotna Schools

Red Oak Community Schools

Sidney Community Schools

South Page Community Schools

St. Albert Catholic Schools

Stanton Community Schools

Treynor Community Schools

Tri-County Community School

Walnut Community School District

Woodbine Community Schools District

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